about us

Dr. John Reynolds
Dr. Kay Park

Veterinary medicine is my calling. Being able to make a difference in the life of pets and their humans is an honor that makes me feel fortunate on a daily basis.

After obtaining my veterinary degree at The KonKuk University., I moved through my academic path by completing my post-graduate clinical rotations at Cornell University.

Originally from South Korea, I moved to Orange County in 2003, After earning my veterinary degree, I have been fortunate to practice veterinary medicine in a variety of diverse settings. Specifically, I have worked in animal shelters, emergency clinics, and general small animal medicine hospitals in the metropolitan area. Each experience has been invaluable to me–not just because it has helped broaden my experience and perspective as a vet, but because I truly love working with animals no matter what the context and having the opportunity to facilitate the human-animal bond.

I currently live in San Juan Capistrano with husband, Dr.Han, daughter, and twin boys, I look forward to talking through any concerns or questions you may have and helping guide you throughout your pet's care–whether you have a new puppy or a more senior pet.

The veterinary profession is constantly evolving, and I never lack appreciation or excitement to practice what I love doing every day.

Dr. John Reynolds
Dr. Sang Han
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I graduated with honors from the University of KonKuk College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996 and has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 15 years. I completed a one-year post-graduation clinical rotations at Cornell University Teaching Hospital before entering into general practice.

I have a great deal of experience and interest in ultrasonography, endoscopy, laparoscopy, internal medicine and dentistry. I'm committed to practicing quality medicine and strives to treat every animal as if it were my own. I live in San Juan Capistrano with my wife, Kay, daughter, Ashley and twin boys, Joseph and Jaden. In my off-duty hours, I enjoy golfing, watching soccer, photography, and
spending time with my family.

Dr. Monica Lee
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Unlike other veterinarians who had their careers planned out by the age of five, my earliest aspiration was to be an astronaut. Growing up, I found happiness and fulfillment while volunteering at an animal shelter and working with people that enjoy animal companionship.

After completing my undergraduate degree at the Seoul National University in South Korea, I had the opportunity to work alongside several veterinarians, both in a shelter and general clinical setting. I enjoyed the hands-on approach that veterinary medicine offered.

In 2016 I received my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Royal Veterinary College, University of London in England, and I moved back to Orange County shortly thereafter. I was fortunate to work with several experienced veterinarians and amazing mentors in both England and California. They taught me that veterinary medicine is as much about listening and having genuine empathy as it is about perfecting my clinical skills.

I learned that my clients’ daily interactions with their pets are special. Within myself emerged compassion for owners during their most trying times with their pets. Being able to ease an animal’s pain and suffering is one of the most important aspects of being a veterinarian.

I do love a good wave and floating about on my surfboard on my downtime. I have a food obsessive guinea pig, happy tortoise, feisty betta fish, and my favorite grumpy old dog with me. I plan to keep them as healthy and happy as possible, just like all of you.