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Linda Barton, DVM, DACVECC received her DVM from the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Florida. Following an internship at the University of Pennsylvania, she worked in private veterinary practice. To further pursue her interest in emergency and critical care medicine, Dr. Barton left private practice to complete a residency in emergency and critical care at the Veterinary Institute of Trauma, Emergency and Critical Care, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 1996, Dr. Barton became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. She directed the Emergency and Critical Care medicine service at The Animal Medical Center in New York for ten years before moving to Seattle to work for an area specialty and emergency center. At ACCES Renton, Dr. Barton oversees our medical team, leads our critical care and emergency services specialty service and oversees our hemodialysis service.

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Beth Davidow, DVM, DACVECC is one of ACCES’ owners and is the medical director for both hospitals (Seattle and Renton). Dr. Davidow graduated from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine after which she completed her residency at Dove Lewis Emergency Hospital in Portland, Oregon. Following completion of her residence, she worked several years at an Animal Emergency and Referral Center in Lynnwood.

 

In 2002, Dr. Davidow achieved Diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. In addition to her work at ACCES, Dr. Davidow consults for VIN (the Veterinary Information Network), is on the board of Washington Poison Control, and is an adjunct assistant professor at Washington State University.

 

Dr. Davidow has a strong interest in transfusion medicine, immune mediated blood diseases, toxicology, and emergency medicine for exotic pets. 

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Jennifer Waldrop, DVM, DACVECC graduated from University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998 followed by an internship at Veterinary Medical and Surgical Group of Ventura, California. She went on to complete a year of emergency practice in San Jose, California before pursuing her specialty. Dr. Waldrop completed a three-year emergency and critical care residency program at Tufts University in Massachusetts where she was board certified in 2003. Prior to joining ACCES in 2012, Dr. Waldrop was the assistant medical director and critical care specialist for the Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital in Woburn, Massachusetts.

 

Dr. Waldrop’s interests are varied but include hypoadrenal disorders, pediatrics and metabolic emergencies. She enjoys teaching and lectures at national conferences including IVECCS, Western Veterinary Conference, CVC Kansas City and the Pacific Veterinary Conference (2013).