Cornell University Veterinary Specialists Announces Online Patient Pre Registration Program
Stamford, (Newsbox) 01-Oct-2012
Cornell University Veterinary Specialists announces a new registration process for emergency room visits.
Stamford, CT ( Newsbox ) September 28, 2012 - Cornell University Veterinary Specialists (CUVS) recently implemented a patient preregistration system for pet owners who require emergency care. Closely affiliated with Cornell University's top-ranked College of Veterinary Medicine, CUVS is an industry leading specialty veterinary hospital that utilizes state-of-the-art technology and provides outstanding client service.
"CUVS is mission-driven. We aim to bring together the best of specialty private practice with the best of academia to benefit pets and their owners.Net revenue generated by the hospital will support education at discovery at Cornell University's College o" - company representative [Pre-Approved Quote]
This leading pet hospital now offers patient preregistration. During an emergency, e.g. mast cell tumors in dogs, each second counts. The patient preregistration program brings peace of mind to pet owners in the event that their companions require emergency care. Preregistration ensures that the emergency medical team will have vital information already on file, saving pet owners the stress of completing necessary paperwork during an already stressful time. The patient preregistration form is currently available at http://www.cuvs.org/preregistration/.
According to recent statistics, approximately 78.2 million individuals are pet owners in the United States. Of these, 60% own one animal, while 28% have two. Increasingly, Americans are regarding pets as family members - not mere possessions. Since it is desirable to treat family members with the finest care and quality when it comes to medical emergencies, this procedure must be followed with pets as well. In order to provide the best care available for these pets in the event of a serious illness or injury, it is important to seek out board-certified veterinary specialists and experienced emergency veterinarians in veterinary referral hospitals.
The veterinarians in Stamford CT at CUVS are leaders in their specialties, offering advanced diagnostics and treatments that have only recently become available for our animal companions. Exceptional care is provided by integrating the latest scientific discovery and medical advances with personalized care and efficient service. CUVS is a referral and emergency animal hospital and does not offer general practice.
"CUVS is mission-driven. We aim to bring together the best of specialty private practice with the best of academia to benefit pets and their owners.Net revenue generated by the hospital will support education at discovery at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine. We are here to assist our referring veterinarians, serve as an extension of their practices, and offer continuing education for the community," states a representative at CUVS.
About Cornell University Veterinary Specialists (CUVS):
Cornell University Veterinary Specialists is a 24-hour specialty and emergency veterinary center located at 880 Canal Street in Stamford, CT. Closely affiliated with Cornell's leading College of Veterinary Medicine, CUVS is redefining the delivery of veterinary specialty and emergency medicine by bringing together the best of specialty private practice with the best of academia to benefit pets, their owners, and the profession. The board-certified specialists and highly trained staff at CUVS integrate the latest medical and scientific advances with a personalized, collaborative and compassionate model of care. Specialty services offered include Emergency & Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Orthopedic and Soft Tissue Surgery, Cardiology, Ophthalmology, Oncology, Interventional Radiology, and Diagnostic Imaging.
For more details please visit: http://www.cuvs.org/
- Seth Eaton
- Cornell University Veterinary Specialists
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