Beardsley Animal Hospital20210 N. 59th Ave., Ste. C101
Glendale, AZ 85308
|Sunday:||8:00 AM - 3:00 PM|
|Monday:||7:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||7:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||7:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Thursday:||7:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Friday:||7:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Saturday:||8:00 AM - 3:00 PM|
Beardsley Animal Hospital - Glendalehe Beardsley Animal Hospital team consists of three veterinarians, an office manager, and numerous support staff including veterinary technicians, assistants and receptionists that all have you and your pets needs as their priorities. Our veterinarians are licensed to practice in Arizona and have a combined over 35 years of experience, ensuring your pet will benefit from our experience, education, and up to date veterinary care and medicine. Having multiple doctors on staff allows us to discuss cases and share our knowledge on a daily basis. We also have extremely flexible office hours, so we can see you and your pet when it best fits your schedule and needs. As a team, we also focus on communication and have regular meetings to ensure we are offering the best care to every client and pet. Focusing on communication in order to provide excellent customer service is one of our core values and allows us to help you make the best health care decisions for your pet. Additionally, all of our staff members are pet owners, so we understand the importance of pets in your life.
Dr. Russell JohnsenDr. Johnsen grew up in a rural setting outside of Beatrice, Nebraska. A tennis scholarship led him to Hastings College, where in 1996 he received a Bachelor of Arts degree. In 2006, his 1996 tennis team had the honor of being inducted into the Hastings College Athletic Hall of Fame.
Dr. Johnsen received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Kansas State University in 2000, and soon afterwards began his veterinary career here in Arizona. His experience and interests include general medicine and surgery.
In his free time, Dr. Johnsen enjoys camping and fishing with his loving wife Lisa and beautiful daughter Arwen. And of course, he always enjoys watching Cornhusker football!
Dr. Jordan GesimondoDr. Jordan Gesimondo was born in Madrid, Spain and grew up in the east valley. She was a swimmer and swam for Northern Arizona University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in 2006. She graduated from Colorado State University with a DVM in 2011. From there she spent 3 years in Texas before coming home to the valley and joining the Beardsley Animal Hospital team. She continued her education and graduated with a Master's in Public Health from the University of Minnesota in January 2016. Her primary interests in veterinary medicine include internal medicine and public health.
In her free time, Dr. Geismondo's hobbies include crossfit, scuba diving, snowbarding and spending time with her husband, new baby boy and 2 dogs.
Dr. Tyler PadgettBorn and raised in Arizona, Dr. Tyler Padgett attended undergrad at Arizona State University, where he studied history and biology. He attended veterinary school at Western University in Southern California where he earned his DVM in 2014. Dr. Padgett joined the Beardsley team in June 2015. His veterinary interests include internal medicine, surgery, and dermatology among others.
In his free time, Dr. Padgett enjoys hiking, playing cards, sports, and fly fishing. He also enjoys hanging out with his 12 year old Labrador, Mad Dog.
Dr. Tiffany RiddleDr. Riddle grew up surrounded by family in Champaign, IL, a small college town. She helped with the cows and barn chores at her grandpa's farm since she was little and got her first pet from the Humane Society when she turned 18 years old. She discovered her true goals after volunteering at local shelters and rescues. She graduated in Midwestern University College of Veterinary Medicine's inaugural Class of 2018.
Dr. Riddle has two fur-kids at home, a 16 year-old female pit bull and a 6 year-old male Staffordshire mix. She also loves goats and rats (‘rattie-tats’). Her passion in community service is to spay and neuter animals to control the pet population and reduce community animal euthanasia due to homelessness.