Newtown, CT (PRWEB) March 29, 2014
Newtown Veterinary Specialists (NVS) has recently been certified as a Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Facility by the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS). This significant achievement of Level II Trauma Center status demonstrates that NVS meets or exceeds specific requirements and standards for the highest level patient care, staffing and equipment.
NVS is one of only nine veterinary emergency hospitals in the U.S. to earn this prestigious designation, which recognizes that the facility is open 24-hours, 365-days-a-year, with the medical staff, personnel and training to provide quality emergency and critical care for pet patients.
Dr. Deb Weisman, NVS Medical Director, said, "I'm very proud that our staff has been recognized for delivering high-level emergency and critical care for pets in Fairfield County and beyond. We're the only animal hospital in New England and one of only nine in the country to have achieved this important designation. Our critical care specialist, Dr. Danielle Berube, does an outstanding job of providing life-saving treatments for so many critically ill and injured pets. We thank her for making this honor possible."
Dr. Danielle Berube said, "I'm very excited that NVS is recognized as a trauma center and am proud to work with staff that allows us to meet all the requirements."
NVS, located at 52 Church Hill Road in Newtown, Connecticut, is celebrating its second anniversary this Spring. A 24-hour emergency, critical care and specialty referral animal hospital, it provides the most advanced medical and surgical services available. The state-of-the-art facility offers board-certified veterinary specialists, leading-edge diagnostic equipment, the latest treatment methods and around-the-clock patient monitoring. The 15,000 square-foot facility, located off I-84, is open 365-days- a-year, even on major holidays.
VECCS, which granted the certification, is an international, professional society of veterinarians, veterinary technicians and managers dedicated to promoting the advancement of knowledge and high standards of practice in veterinary emergency medicine and critical patient care. For more information visit http://www.newtownvets.com and http://www.veccs.org.