Our Core Values
At the root of all we do is a commitment to the highest quality of veterinary care. This means that the diagnostic tests we run and the treatments we provide are informed by the best available scientific evidence and implemented by the most highly qualified veterinarians and staff.
We understand that the experience of illness and injury can be painful and scary for pets and their owners. We strive to reduce discomfort as much as possible using gentle handling techniques, appropriate pain-management, stress-reducing design features, non-invasive interventions and a continuous emphasis on empathic patient-centered care.
Intrinsic to our goal of providing the highest quality of medicine is providing efficient, courteous, attentive and responsive service to the owners and referring veterinarians that have entrusted us with the care of their pets and patients.
Medicine is rapidly evolving. Our technologically advanced institution is equipped to employ and pioneer the most cutting-edge diagnostic and treatment modalities available in veterinary medicine with the goal of improving the quality of care for all patients.
High quality care and optimal patient outcomes rely not on any one individual but on the strength of the connections between many. Ensuring the best possible outcomes for our patients means creating solid partnerships with their owners and referring veterinarians. It also means establishing relationships more broadly with the community, the human medical field and with industry.
The Animal Health Partners emergency department is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including all holidays. We are prepared to receive cases from primary care veterinarians and other referral hospitals as well as directly from pet owners. Emergencies are welcome on a walk in basis. At this time the Animal Health Partners is equipped to see cats and dogs only.
includes at least one experienced veterinarian along with a team of registered veterinary technicians and animal care attendants; we are prepared for your patient needs at all times. Our emergency department is fully equipped and practices current, evidence based veterinary medicine. Our staff is dedicated to providing quality medicine in partnership with your primary care veterinarian and in collaboration with our specialists. We are committed to minimizing the stress that can be associated with your emergency visit for both you and your pet.
Common emergency conditions include:
- Accidents and trauma
- Toxin ingestion or poisoning
- Foreign body ingestion
- Allergic reactions or hives
- Acute vomiting
- Acute diarrhea with lethargy or anorexia
- Lethargy or anorexia
- Acute lameness or difficulty walking
- Pain of any origin
- Difficulty breathing
- Post operative care
- Ongoing care from your primary care veterinarian
If you have questions about your pet’s condition or are preparing to come into the hospital, please contact our client service staff for more information or assistance.
We are seeking highly motivated candidates to join our team of Emergency Care Veterinarians, Board-Certified Veterinary Specialists and Technicians.
If you are interested in being a member of the Animal Health Partners team, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Job Opportunities
- Animal Care Attendants (ACA)
- Registered Veterinary Technicians
- Emergency Veterinarians
- Board-Certified Small Animal Intensivist
- Board-Certified Small Animal Internist
- Locum Board-Certified Small Animal Internist
- Board-Certified Small Animal Neurologist and Neurosurgeon
- Board-Certified Small Animal Surgeon
- Board-Certified Oncologist