Services and Specialties

Similar to people, pets may also require specialty care. For complex conditions, serious illnesses or life-threatening injuries, the best care for your pet may include specialized treatment from a veterinarian who is board certified in a specific area of medicine or surgery.

ACCES is a collaborative hospital, which emphasizes coordinated care and communication among primary care veterinarians, pet owners and ACCES specialists. Our team of board-certified veterinary specialists brings their combined experience to the forefront to provide the highest level of care, while developing the best treatment plan for their patients.

While caring for your pet, our team communicates regularly with your family veterinarian to ensure seamless and comprehensive medical care. Treatment is tailored to your pet’s individual needs.
For a complete schedule of the ACCES specialty team, please see attached.

Our highly skilled medical team includes board-certified critical care specialists as well as an experienced nursing and technical team led by licensed emergency, critical care specialty boarded clinicians and technicians. Services include advanced diagnostics and monitoring, a state-of-the-art ICU, isolation facilities, and emergency surgery.

The practice of internal medicine encompasses a wide range of disorders, including hormonal abnormalities (such as diabetes), immune disorders, gastrointestinal diseases, chronic respiratory problems and urinary issues. Internal medicine specialists focus on the treatment and long-term management of these diseases.

Radiographs (often called x-rays), ultrasound, and Computed Tomography (CT) can be used alone or in combination to offer an in-depth look at internal structures. ACCES’ technologically advanced diagnostic imaging suites include onsite access to radiographs, digital radiographs, ultrasound and CT scans.

Our team approach to veterinary surgery gives pets with complex medical and surgical problems the best possible treatment and care. Patients in hospital have access to specialists in internal medicine, cardiology, radiology, critical care, and oncology. ACCES has advanced surgical monitoring and intensive care equipment, as well as a 24-hour intensive care unit staffed with experienced and compassionate veterinary and licensed technical staff. This allows for exceptional post-surgery pain management, treatment and observation.

Our board-certified cardiologists are dedicated experts in the field who strive to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to the cardiac patient. Our team utilizes cardiac ultrasound, contrast studies, short and long-term EKG, and blood pressure analysis to make an accurate diagnosis and develop the most effective treatment option for the pet. Our cardiologists are committed to improving the quality of life in pets with heart disease.

Pets can require a blood transfusion for many of the same reasons humans do, such as injuries, surgeries, or when diseases cause the body to destroy its own blood cells. The ACCES Blood Bank relies on our invaluable dog and cat donors to help fill this need and, in turn, make the difference in the life of a critically ill or injured pet.

Our team’s approach to patient care includes both innovative and traditional methods of treatment; all with a focus on developing a therapeutic plan that best addresses the patient’s overall well-being and quality of life. This collaborative approach to veterinary oncology includes ongoing consultation with the primary care veterinarian as we work to create and administer a treatment plan tailored to our patient’s and their family’s specific needs.