We want to make sure that we provide the most complete specialty care coverage available so we can continue to provide the highest level of service to our patients
Buzzards Bay, MA (PRWEB) July 26, 2012
Internal medicine doctors Tara Lampman and Kenneth Palladino, Jr. have joined Cape Cod Veterinary Specialists (CCVS) in Buzzards Bay, MA. Their expertise will allow CCVS to offer small animal internal medicine services from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
According to Charles Henry, one of the practice’s owners, CCVS is the only veterinary facility in the Cape Cod, South Coast , and lower South Shore to offer such extensive internal medicine services six days a week. “We want to make sure that we provide the most complete specialty care coverage available so we can continue to provide the highest level of service to our patients,” Henry explains.
Tara Lampman, DVM, DACVIM received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Michigan State University in 2005. She performed an internship in Escondido, CA then stayed on an additional year to work as an emergency veterinarian. Tara went on to complete a small animal internal medicine residency in Maitland, FL and was boarded in 2010. Prior to joining CCVS, Dr. Lampman practiced medicine at a New Hampshire specialty hospital.
Tara Lampman enjoys all areas of internal medicine but she has special interests in immune mediated, renal, and gastrointestinal diseases. Dr. Lampman has extensive experience and training in endoscopy with professional experience received during her residency and in daily practice. She also attended Renal Week at the Animal Medical Center in New York, which gave her additional information on renal disease and dialysis. Her peer-reviewed paper on transitional cell carcinoma in dogs will be published in November 2012.
Kenneth Palladino, Jr. received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts, West Indies. He served as an emergency veterinarian in West Islip, NY before completing his residency in small animal internal medicine in West Islip in July 2012. Dr. Palladino has extensive experience with ultrasound for small animals and is currently pursuing publication for his paper examining the role of zinc toxicosis in anemia.
A native of Weymouth, MA, Dr. Palladino is delighted to return to the region where he was born and raised.
CCVS provides 24/7 emergency services, as well as specialty care for dogs and cats by referral from veterinarians. Specialty care includes critical care for serious illness or injury; surgery for orthopedic, soft tissue, oncology and spinal/neurological concerns; cardiology; and internal medicine including gastroenterology, liver, endocrinology and cancer care. Visit http://www.capecodvetspecialists.com for details.