CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR VETERINARIANS AND VETERINARY STAFF
PVESC’s next Continuing Education Dinner Event is will be held on May 9th, 2022. It will be held at the Holiday Inn by the Bay in Portland, Maine. More information to come.
We are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you with any of your clients’ emergency and critical care needs. If you are planning to send one of your clients to us, please call ahead to discuss what your patient may need. We can give you an idea of the cost of treatment so you can better inform your client prior to arriving at our facility.
To refer to our specialty teams, please call at 207-878-3121. You may schedule an appointment, or have your client call us directly. Please fill out the Vet Referral Form and forward records and pertinent lab results to email@example.com, or fax to 207-878-0829.
RADIOACTIVE IODINE FOR HYPERTHYROID CATS
To request I-131 treatment for your client, please call 207-878-3121 to schedule an appointment, or have your client call directly. Please fill out the Radioactive Iodine Referral Form and email or fax medical records and any pertinent lab results to firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-878-0829.
To request Synovetin OA treatment for your client, please call 207-878-3121. You may schedule an appointment, or have your client call us directly. Please fill out the Synovetin OA Referral Form and email or fax medical records and any pertinent lab results or radiographs to email@example.com or fax #207-878-0829.
Do your patients have allergies? Symptoms of allergies include: scratching, rubbing, licking, biting, hair loss, and flaky skin. Portland Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Care is participating in a clinical trial for a potential new treatment of Atopic Dermatitis (skin allergies) in dogs. The study is sponsored by a well-recognized animal health company, which will use the data collected as part of an animal drug approval application to the US Food and Drug Administration. Patients are needed for this study and they must meet specific eligibility requirements, including some restrictions on recent medications and therapies. The study will last ~ 4 months. All required diagnostic work, study medication, and veterinary care will be provided free of charge. In addition, owners of eligible dogs will receive a generous reward to thank them for their time and effort. To learn more about the study or to see if your patient might qualify please contact Portland Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Care Dermatology at 207-878-3121. https://www.petclinicaltrial.com/
VETERINARY OFFICE USE ONLY: CONTACT INFO FOR REFERRAL UPDATES
Please use the form below to let us know how and when you would like us to communicate the progress of your client’s pet with you. We typically email or fax a copy of the completed medical record after the pet is discharged from the hospital. If you would like us to send more frequent communications or would like a daily phone call, please let us know.