Meet our caring and compassionate veterinary team

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Broadway Veterinary Hospital in Sacramento. We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets.

Please call us at 916-446-6154 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!

Dr. Sam Varon

Veterinarian

Dr. Sam Varon is a graduate from the University of California, Davis with a degree in Animal Science and the distinction of highest honors. He went on to attend UC Davis’ School of Veterinary Medicine, where he specialized in companion animals. He has special interests in surgery, reproduction, oncology and end of life care.
He is skilled in soft palate and nares resection, screw tail surgery, various eyes surgeries, and other surgeries crucial for short-faced breeds. He also has an interest in surgeries including TPLOs and fracture repair.
Dr. Sam’s love for animals shows through his exemplary commitment to helping the animal community of Sacramento. He volunteered for the Mercer Clinic for the Homeless, which provides free veterinary care for the animals of the homeless. He also volunteered for the underprivileged in Central and South America, performing surgeries on both their cats and dogs.
When not taking care of Sacramento’s pets, you can find Dr. Sam out with his dog rescues: Autumn, Ziggy, Piper, Meka and lastly miniature pig named Gracie. He is a big fan of fitness, and in his spare time, you will find him snowboarding, fishing, and any other outdoor activities.

Dr. Tyler Baum

Veterinarian

Dr. Tyler Baum is a two-time graduate from University of California, Davis with a Bachelor of Science in Animal science with a minor in psychology as well as a Doctorate degree in Veterinary Medicine with special interests in avian and exotic medicine.
While Dr. Tyler loves seeing all the cats and dogs, his greatest passion is treating pets that are a bit smaller. Some of his favorites include: Guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, exotic birds, reptiles, and yes even the occasional chicken.
Working with animals has always been one of Dr. Tyler’s greatest passions, he carries this love for animals wherever he goes, volunteering abroad in at need communities as well as with wild animal conservation groups in a variety of foreign countries including Nicaragua and South Africa.
When not taking care of Sacramento’s animals, Dr. Tyler can be found either at home with his wife Andrea, and their three kitten fur babies, Toast, Butters and Dr. Professor Stripey Pants, Wine tasting throughout the Northern California wine regions, or out in nature, hiking and working on his photography, some of which can be seen throughout our Hospital.