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Bashir A Khan, DVM, MVSc

Dr. Khan was born and raised in a pet-loving family and has been passionate, committed, and dedicated to helping animals since childhood. As a youngster, he recognized his love for animals and his interest in the field of veterinary medicine. A growing interest and life-long passion for helping animals encouraged him to enroll in a school of veterinary medicine despite being offered admission to a medical school.

Dr. Khan graduated from SKUAST — J in 2010. After graduation, he entered into a master’s program in the field of Veterinary Surgery & Radiology at the College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Mannuthy, Thrissur, Kerala, India, which he completed with high honors in 2012. As a part of his master’s program, Dr. Khan researched “Efficacy of Sevoflurane Anesthesia in Pediatric Dogs.” He enrolled in the Veterinary Clinical Training program at Boren Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, Oklahoma State University (OSU), and completed the program in May of 2014. Dr. Khan has also completed a training program with the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) to learn and advance in the field of veterinary acupuncture for small animals and equines.

After becoming a practicing licensed veterinarian in the United States, Dr. Khan began his career as an emergency veterinarian in Virginia in 2015. He has worked at many different emergency and urgent care facilities and small animal emergency hospitals and expanded his clinical knowledge and skills in the fields of small animal emergency medicine and small animal surgery. Dr. Khan is also competent and has special interests in the fields of small animal emergency medicine, small animal surgery, small animal internal medicine, and small animal dentistry.

Outside of work, Dr. Khan enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with his family.
Mallory A., Veterinary Assistant

Mallory A.

Veterinary Assistant
For as long as she can remember, Mallory has had an eternal flame of passion for the care-taking and well-being of all animals, and the flame only continues to grow as she fills her life with this passion through work and school. In fact, she has yet to be employed by a company whose main focus was not taking care of pets!

Mallory is currently a senior at the local Westfield High School and is graduating in May of 2022. After high school, she plans on continuing in the field of Veterinary Medicine at the community college of Ivy Tech. She hopes to eventually pursue her goal of becoming a veterinarian at Purdue’s Veterinary School of Medicine. Some of Mallory’s most proud accomplishments revolve around achieving the title of Grand Champion in 4-H for Veterinary Science two years in a row then being judged and playing at the state level at the Indiana State Fair.

Outside of work, Mallory loves spending time with friends and family, walking her puppy, Sophia, and participating in yoga/meditation.
Mallory A., Veterinary Assistant


Veterinary Assistant
Janet has always had a love for animals and has never taken the happiness they've brought her for granted. Raised in Egypt, she graduated from Beni-Suef University in 2004. In 2017, Janet and her family relocated to United States. She is very excited about her opportunity to work as Veterinary Assistant at Small Animal Emergency Hospital of Westfield, Inc. Janet brings passion, experience, and knowledge to our team.

Outside of work, Janet stays busy raising her three beautiful children, reading books, biking, and playing volleyball.
Mallory A., Veterinary Assistant


Veterinary Assistant
My love for animals grew from being raised on a farm in Central Indiana. My mother calls me “Ellie Mae” because I always try to save all types of animals — even insects. I knew early on that my life would always include helping animals and being a voice for the voiceless.

My professional career started more than 16 years ago with the Humane Society and other miscellaneous animal organizations as a medical and animal Advocate. Shortly after that, I joined the team at a veterinary emergency hospital. There, I spent most of my time in the emergency room and operating room practicing anesthesia and critical care.

I attended Harrison College, School of Veterinary Technology, then later transferred to the University of Indianapolis where I focused my studies on Pre-Med and Business Leadership.

Personally, I have one dog, Ghus. I enjoy anything outdoors, especially in the Fall. I also enjoy traveling and spending time with my family and friends.
Rachael Veterinary Assistant


Veterinary Assistant
Born and raised in Indianapolis, Rachael’s love for animals started at a young age. She grew up taking care of all creatures great and small, from horses and cattle to birds and rodents. Her lifelong passion for animal care and stewardship led her to pursue a degree in Animal Science from Cornell University. She is excited to be a part of the SAEHW team as a Veterinary Assistant and help provide the best care for your furry loved ones! Outside work, Rachael enjoys staying active with her dog Ozzy, reading with her cat Merlin curled up by her side, playing rugby, and spending quality time with friends.
Rachael Veterinary Assistant

Brooke Wright

Veterinary Assistant
I have loved animals for as long as I can remember. As soon as I could hold a pencil, I was drawing horses, dogs, and cats, begging my parents for animal or veterinary books. Growing up, I lived on a farm with cats, dogs, cows, pigs, goats, and horses. I made it my personal mission to care for these animals when I could and would often try to pick up strays.

I attended J. Everett Light Career Center to obtain my Veterinary Assisting Certificate. After high school, I worked in a boarding stable for two years, caring for horses of all breeds and sizes. I am a sophomore at Post University and working toward a Bachelor’s degree in Equine Studies. I am excited to get back into veterinary medicine and put my passion into practice!

Outside of school and work, I also love drawing, swimming, riding horses, and playing tennis. My activities and three cats, Salem, Harley, and JW, keep me pretty busy. I also love to travel and hike when I can.
Alex Veterinary Assistant


Veterinary Assistant
Alex was actually afraid of dogs and most other animals until he was 11 and got 2 puppies of his own. He quickly fell in love with them and shortly after discovered a passion for all animals. This, along with his mother’s medical career inspired him to join our Veterinary Team as Veterinary Assistant. Alex is currently looking to start his studies to become a Certified Veterinary Technician in future. In his free time, he enjoys gaming and taking care of his lizards, a blue tongue skink named Lapis and a leopard gecko named Sasquatch, while his dogs stay at his parents’ house in Illinois.

Professional Affiliations


American Veterinary Medical Association.


Indiana Veterinary Medical Association.


International Veterinary Acupuncture Society.


American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture.

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Small Animal Emergency Hospital of Westfield provides Urgent, Emergency and critical care services for dogs and cats in Westfield, Carmel, Noblesville, Fishers, Indianapolis and surrounding areas.
We are open Monday - Friday 4pm - 1am
Saturday & Sunday 9am - 1am
Fax. 317.804.9556
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