The Importance of Proper Procedure in Small Animal Radiography
· Why and how radiation exposure is dangerous
· How to decrease staff exposure to radiation
· Why optimizing radiographs is important
· How to optimize radiographs
The session includes a one hour lecture and lab in your hospital. The training is RACE approved for 1 hour of CE credit. Lunch is also provided.
Carlsbad: To schedule Kimberly Boyle, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care please contact our Carlsbad location – Practice Manager Amanda Proud, CVPM at 760-431-2273.
Murrieta: To schedule Amy Carr, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care please contact our Murrieta location – Practice Manager Sumitra Price, CVPM at 951-600-9803.
Behavior Mini-Consult Referral Form
Thank you for using the Behavior Mini-Consult service. This consult option is intended to facilitate attention to uncomplicated problems of short duration in the nonaggressive pet. Please be sure to complete your email and fax details; indicate if you have any preference (email or fax) for receiving your Mini-Consult response. With the exceptions of weekends and holidays, Dr. Schwartz will fax or email back a one page response within 48 hours (she is here Monday thru Thursday) with a tentative diagnosis and recommendations for basic treatment. Your account will be billed $45 for each mini-consult, including follow-ups as needed. Full clinic consultations with Dr. Schwartz are always an option. Clients who choose to pursue a clinic consult within 30 days of the mini-consult response will be given a 10% discount on that appointment. We hope this will be a positive experience for you and your client!
How To Approach The Veterinary Cancer Patient - lunch included
William FitzPatrick, DVM, MS, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Oncology)
This session includes a one-hour lecture and lunch.
To schedule please contact our Murrieta location Practice Manager, Sumitra Price, CVPM at 951-600-9803.