Dr. Jack Beshai Dr. Beshai graduated with honors from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University in 2004. After completing his internship at the University hospital, he worked as a small animal veterinarian at Pet Care Center in Cairo for 2 years. Dr. Beshai then moved to California and worked as a veterinary assistant at the Orange County Emergency Pet Clinic while studying for his board exams. In 2009 he completed the requirements of the ECFVG certificate. Ever since then Dr. Beshai has been the emergency veterinarian and then medical director at the emergency clinic, he has been working closely with the referring Veterinarians to coordinate care for their emergency patient overnight.
Dr. Beshai is passionate about inspiring new generations of veterinary practitioners, he serves as the Clinical Preceptor for the 3rd and 4th year Western Veterinary University students.
Dr. Beshai enjoy spending time with his Family and his cat “Candy” who he rescued after a Good Samaritan brought her to him when she was hit by a car.
He enjoys the outdoors, off-roading, playing soccer, riding his bike along the coast and traveling with his family. Emergency Veterinarian, Co-Founder Dr. Omar El-Taliawi Dr. Omar El-Taliawi obtained his degree in Veterinary Medicine from Cairo University in 2004. Following graduation, he spent several years practicing general and emergency small animal medicine in Southern Connecticut. In 2013, Dr El-Taliawi decided to further his training by completing a rotating medicine and surgery internship at Sonora Veterinary Specialists in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. El-Taliawi also, completed a specialty internship in small animal surgery at VCA All Care Animal Referral Center in Orange County, California in June of 2016. Dr. El-Taliawi's latest research authored on the biocompatibility of a biological graft was recently published in the Journal of Veterinary Surgery. In July of 2016, Dr. El-Taliawi joined the medical staff at VCA Advanced Veterinary Care Center, a multi-specialty veterinary center serving residents of the South Bay region. His passion for emergency medicine, surgery, and helping pets in need of care led Dr. El-Taliawi to co-found Corona Animal Emergency Center in Riverside County. His goal is to provide pets and their families with access to high-quality after-hours emergency care which he believes was much needed in the region.
Dr. El-Taliawi enjoys spending time with his wife, two kids and their dog, camping and traveling throughout the United States. He also enjoys the thrill of motorcycle riding, diving and surfing year-round in beautiful Southern California. Emergency Veterinarian, Co-Founder