Linda Lambert has been working in veterinary field for 7 years, starting as a kennel technician and then earning her license as a Veterinary Technician in an emergency hospital in Alaska. In her “previous life” she spent 15 years as a Neuromuscular Therapist and managed multiple clinic locations in FL, KY, MN and NM. After her husband retired from 23 years of service in the US Army, Linda and her pack relocated to Sarasota to be closer to family. Passionate about emergency care, Linda is a member of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society and is also certified as a rescuer and instructor of Advanced and Basic CPR.
Joining Urgent Vet as a Clinic Manager and CVT, Linda’s goal is to meet the acute care needs of the community’s pets and their owners, as well relieving some of the burdens of the local General Practices and Emergency facilities.
Though her herd of 4 dogs (Walter, Chief, Foxxy, Nacho) and 2 cats (Bruce, Bunion) take up most of her free time, you might catch a glimpse of Linda scuba diving off the coast, jamming on the Roller Derby track, or out advocating for Parkinson’s and PTSD awareness.