COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 27, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets (MedVet) is pleased
"MedVet and WestVet, as individual organizations, have been at the forefront of veterinary medicine for years," said MedVet President and CEO, Dr. Eric Schertel. "Together, we enhance our ability to collaborate with Referral Partners to deliver exceptional service and care while maintaining our commitment to leading specialty healthcare for pets."
"We've always held a mutual respect and friendship." said Dr. Jeff Brourman, DVM, MS, DACVS-SA, Veterinary Surgeon & Chief of Staff of WestVet. "Becoming a MedVet partner broadens our capabilities and strengthens our resources to help ensure we continue to achieve the best possible outcomes for many years to come."
Dr. David Sweeney, Medical Director, Animal Emergency Center added "Working with like-minded clinicians passionate about advancing veterinary medicine and improving access to specialty healthcare for pets is truly invigorating. We're thrilled to join the WestVet team serving the northern Utah community."
MedVet currently operates a growing network of emergency and specialty veterinary hospitals located throughout the Midwest and Southeast. The partnership with WestVet extends the network to the Western United States, specifically Idaho and Utah.
About MedVet: Veterinary led and employee-owned, MedVet is a growing network of emergency and specialty animal hospitals nationally-recognized for delivering exceptional care and service to Patients, Clients, and Referral Partners. For more information about MedVet, visit medvetforpets.com.
About WestVet: WestVet offers services in Cardiology, Dentistry & Oral Surgery, Emergency & Critical Care, Dermatology, Diagnostics, Feline Behavior, Internal Medicine, Ophthalmology, Oncology, Pathology, Radiology, Physiotherapy/Rehabilitation, and Surgery. The organization earned AAHA accreditation in October 2017 and is Idaho's only 24/7 Level 1 Certified Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center. For more information, visit westvet.net.
About Animal Emergency Center: Serving northern Utah since 2002, the Animal Emergency Center (AEC) is comprised of 34 veterinary members, 5 of whom make up the board of directors. AEC offers leading edge diagnostics and advanced nursing care to meet emergency and critical care needs. For more information, visit animalerutah.com
Media Inquiries, please contact: Carmin Gade, PhD Chief Experience Officer MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets 614.505.7576 carmin.gade(at)medvetforpets(dot)com
SOURCE MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets
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