Dr. Jack Beshai

I was born in Cairo, Egypt, and lived there with my family for 25 years. While there, I earned my BVSc from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, in 2004.

I moved to California in 2006 and made my home in La Habra, where I started to focus on becoming a licensed veterinarian in this state. I began working for OCEPC in 2007 as a veterinary assistant. In this role, I gained a great deal of experience as well as valuable knowledge in veterinary emergency medicine.

Over the past few years, I have spent most of my time studying for my veterinary board exams. I passed my North American Veterinary licensing exam in 2008 and completed the requirements of the ECFVG certificate in 2009.

I have had the great opportunity of working with the doctors at OCEPC, who are all wonderful mentors. I have also learned a lot from my uncle who is a veterinarian and has his own practice in LA County. I have always had an interest in emergency medicine and critical care.

When not working, I spend time with my wife and our daughters. We enjoy the outdoors, riding bikes along the coast, and traveling together.