Medical Center for Birds

3805 Main Street
Oakley, CA 94581


Our team's focus is on the delivery of excellent quality veterinary medicine and surgery exclusively for the special needs of birds. The Medical Center for Birds staff has been serving the bird community for over 30 years and has been a leader in raising the standards of medicine and surgery. With the opening of our new facility over 10 years ago, we are now even more equipped to care for our patients. A quieter, bird-only atmosphere and the addition of new diagnostic and surgical equipment, suited just for birds, allows us to more comfortably house and treat your bird.

Come by for a visit anytime or call us to set up an appointment 925-625-1878.

Medical Center For Birds Oakley California - Our Patients

Important Update for our Clients:

3/18/2020, 10:00 AM

The COVID-19 outbreak is an important concern for everyone, and we at the Medial Center for Birds want to do everything we can to help. As this situation develops, we all will try to work together, and stay consistent with the guidelines provided by our county, state, national and international authorities. Understandably, changes can and should be expected. 

The current Shelter in Place mandate

At the present time, the bulk of the Bay Area, including Contra Costa County, is ordered to shelter in place. Essential services, including veterinary health care, shall remain open. The projected time frame is at least through April 7. 

We will be here to provide the needed health care for our patients

Reducing exposure
Should you have any symptoms of illness (fever, sore throat, runny nose, cough), or if you know you have been exposed to someone with similar symptoms, please let us know, and if possible, reschedule your appointment.
If you have a bird that needs medical care, if you can find someone who has not been in close contact with you bring your bird to us. As long as we are allowed, we intend to remain open to examine and provide medical care for birds that need it.
More routine procedures and examinations may be best to defer at least for the next few weeks, if possible.
We have asked that our staff increase the frequency of our disinfection procedures for all surfaces that people come in contact with, and are advising hand washing as frequently as possible, in multiple areas within the practice.
Please feel free to remain in your car once you have let us know you have arrived, particularly if there is a number of people in the waiting room.
Is my bird at risk?
At present time, there is no evidence that birds can be infected by this coronavirus, nor can they transmit it to us.

Thank you for all of your support and understanding, 

The Medical Center for Birds

Found an orphaned or injured wild bird?

You have many options available to get help for these birds in the greater bay area. At MCFB, we may triage and at times try to stabilize these birds, but we also know that rehabilitation and release if possible will be best accomplished by licensed rehabilitation facilities. Our goal is to help guide these birds as much as possible directly to these rehabilitators if at all possible.

Options that we encourage you to contacting include:

Brian Speer, Brenna Fitzgerald, Bianca Murphy and Geoffrey Olsen

Congratulations, Dr. Fitzgerald!

Recipient of the 2019 Continuing Educator of the Year Award 

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We're Moving!

Check out our new floor plan!

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Busy Beaks Academy

The Trainer is IN! 

Did you know that the Medical Center for Birds now has a full-time trainer on staff? Find out more...

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Preventing Virulent Newcastle Disease

Worried about Virulent Newcastle Disease? We have compiled many different tips and resources to help you keep your flock safe and stay informed about VND.

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