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Animal Referal Clinic


Animal emergency Service is a specialized veterinary practice which developed to provide urgent medical attention to pets and other animals regardless of the time of day. Our experienced team of veterinarians and nurses continuously train in the field of emergency and critical care in order to provide immediate, first class veterinary care. We stay awake all night to provide the highest standard of veterinary care for animals when they need it. At the same time providing reassurance and general veterinary advice to pet and animal lovers seeking help. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Animal Referal Clinic

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Veterinarians have a responsibility to provide
out of hours treatment for their patients. For a
long time this meant exhausting working hours for
vets. It was not uncommon for an individual vet
to get called out two to three times a night for
emergencies after a long day at the surgery. This
took a huge toll on their families and lead to
widespread professional burn-out.
ARRIVAL No appointment is necessary if your pet
becomes ill out of hours. When you arrive you
will be met by our experienced, friendly
receptionist who will assess your pets status.
If your pet is critically ill he or she will be
taken immediately to the treatment room and
stabilised. If your pet is stable on arrival, you
will be asked to complete a form with your
details before being taken to a consultation room
to await the vet on duty.
CONSULTATION The veterinarian will perform a
thorough physical examination and recommend
either outpatient treatment to be followed up
with your local veterinarian, or hospitalisation
with the appropriate treatment and diagnostic
tests. The veterinarian will discuss all this
with you. Please ask any questions about the
pet's condition and treatment as it is very
important to us that you feel comfortable with
our proposed treatment.
COMMUNICATION While your pet is in hospital we
welcome you to phone for an update on how your
pet is progressing. We will always contact you if
there is any change to the treatment necessary
for your pet or any change in their condition.
DISCHARGE All hospitalised patients need to be
picked up by 10.00am Monday or 8.00am Tuesday to
Friday unless it is a public holiday. If your pet
requires ongoing hospitalisation we will discuss
this with you so treatment can be continued by
your own veterinarian. If you don't have a local
vet we can make recommendations. A report on your
pet's treatment is given to you and a copy
forwarded to your vet.
RADIOLOGY Our facility has modern computerized
Digital Xray machines which allow highest quality
diagnostic radiographs. The use of digital
equipment allows fast interpretation and easily
allows second opinions from more senior
clinicians offsite. Digital copies of radiographs
are available at discharge from hospital.
ULTRASOUND Aids with imaging of abdomen, chest
and all soft tissues. Our practice keeps machines
up to date and most importantly all our staff
keep their skills up to date with regular
continuing education workshops. We currently use
the Esoate mylab 70 machine which provides
imaging power of the highest quality for all
emergency needs.
BLOOD BANK We maintain standing stocks of dog
blood and blood products and have cat donors
available. Blood products can be difficult to
source but are vital for treating many
conditions. For these reasons our blood bank is
exclusively for inpatient use.
OXYGEN THERAPY Oxygen is pumped to all clinical
areas of the hospital meaning we are ready for
emergencies when they present. Our equipment also
includes state-of-the-art mechanical ventilators
for patients who need supportive breathing while
admitted in pet intensive care. The patients
require continuous monitoring by highly trained
veterinarians and nurses.
Contact us
BRISBANE Cnr Lexington Logan
Rds Underwood Call 07 3423 1888 GOLD COAST 104
Eastlake St Carrara Call 07 5559 15999
SUNSHINE  COAST 431 Tanawha Tourist
Drive Tanawha Call 07 5445 1333 SUNSHINE 
COAST 43 Rene Street Noosaville Call 07 5430 6900
Visit us http//www.animalemergencyservice