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Veterinary Professional Services
Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals Offers Services for Veterinary Professionals
Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals believes supporting the veterinary professionals in our community is critical to our success. From help with referrals to our professional training programs, we are here to advance veterinary medicine through communication and access to services.
Points of interest:
Doctor Services—Help with referring patients to our hospitals
Clinical Studies—Access to Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals studies in oncology
Referral Forms—Simple submission
Education & Employment Opportunities
Continuing education opportunities are available to veterinarians and professional staff through our lecture series. Our student programs offer both intern and extern opportunities.
We welcome professionals interested in joining our team—come for a tour and meet our staff!
We are now offering TeleDentistry/TeleRadiology to the referring community to give more convenient access to our Dentistry & Oral Surgery service. Connect with Dr. Kevin Haggerty using Timeless Veterinary Systems to request diagnostic imaging interpretation, diagnosis and treatment planning.
Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals Continuing Education for Veterinary Professionals
As a teaching hospital, we believe in sharing the knowledge of our veterinarians and providing access to other specialists who have made a significant impact in the field of veterinary medicine throughout the country. The Red Bank Veterinary Hospital Lecture/Continuing Education Series addresses issues of significance and interest to attendees.
Check back soon for more CE opportunities!
Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals built our emergency and referral service to be an asset to all veterinarians who choose to refer a patient to our practice.
Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals participates in clinical studies for new therapies and more. Our veterinarians participate in clinical trials that are our own studies in oncology, as well as studies in collaboration with other institutions.
Much is gained from participation in these studies: veterinarians obtain new techniques, treatments, and knowledge; and pets live longer, healthier lives through better care.