SAVES RETURNS 24/7/365 VETERINARY EMERGENCY SERVICES TO THE UPPER VALLEY
Lebanon, NH, April 17, 2017 – The teams at IVG Hospitals by Ethos and SAVES are pleased to announce a return to providing emergency services 24-hours, 365 days a year. Located at 63 Evans Drive, Lebanon, NH, SAVES has been a dedicated and trusted source for pets in the area for many years. Our philosophy has always been centered on convenience and accessibility to our services. On April 17, 2017, our doors will once again be open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.
The emergency team will be comprised of Drs. Miriam Horowitz, Ruth McDevitt, Alison Edwards, Amanda White, Diana Capozzi and Benjamin Yanofsky. They are supported by our skilled veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants and client care teams.
In addition to returning 24/7/365 emergency services for pet owners in the upper valley, we are adding a board certified Internist to the team. Dr. Faith Buckley, DACVIM (Internal Medicine) will be available for appointments on Wednesdays and Thursdays, as of April 20, 2017. Dr. Buckley enjoys managing complex medical cases. She has a strong interest in liver and gall bladder disease, kidney disease and immune mediated conditions. She has experience with abdominal ultrasound, feeding tube placements, and bone marrow procedures.
“The families of the upper valley and surrounding areas deserve easy access to a 24 hour, 365 day veterinary emergency hospital for their pets. Returning this service to our community is its own reward” said Suzanne Bullard, Hospital Manager of SAVES. “It takes a special group of people to have the desire to be there at all hours of the day and night, and we are confident that we have the team of compassionate medical professionals in place. We hope that if or when you meet them, you agree with us”, she added.
The team at SAVES is devoted to providing an environment that treats both you and your pet with respect and empathy. As expectations for veterinary medical care keep pace with those available for humans, emergency and specialty hospitals are starting to play a bigger role in the average family’s life. Today, general practitioner veterinarians and specialty and emergency hospitals work collaboratively to diagnose and develop treatment plans for family pets.
“At SAVES, and all of our hospitals, we are committed to developing long-lasting relationships” said G. Ames Prentiss, CEO of Ethos Veterinary Health. “We believe great relationships are built on open communication, honesty and trust, and we strive every day to uphold those values,” he added.
For more information, please visit our website: www.IVGSAVES.com