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Katharine Palmer, DVM, DACVIM, DACVECC

Katharine Palmer, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM, Diplomate ACVECC

Dr. Kate Palmer is a 1994 graduate of the North Carolina School of Veterinary Medicine. She completed an internship in 1994 at The Animal Medical Center in New York City…

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Ron Achiel, DVM

Ron Achiel, DVM, Diplomate ACVECC

Dr. Ron Achiel, originally from New York State, attended the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2011. He completed a rotating internship at The Animal Medical Center…

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Janan Abed, DVM

Janan Abed, DVM, Practice Limited to Emergency/Critical Care

Dr. Janan Abed is a 2007 graduate of Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Janan completed a rotating Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship in 2008 at The Animal…

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Christian Charlton, DVM
Christian Charlton, DVM, Practice Limited to Emergency/Critical Care
Abigail Carr, DVM
Abigail Carr, DVM
Michelle Huey, DVM
Michelle Huey, DVM
Cody Kent, DVM
Cody Kent, DVM
Justine Murray, DVM
Justine Murray, DVM
Dina Rovere, VMD
Dina Rovere, VMD
Mariah Williams, DVM
Mariah Williams, DVM
Megan Boszko, DVM
Megan Boszko, DVM
Brittany Cramer, DVM
Brittany Cramer, DVM
Stella Levy, DVM
Stella Levy, DVM
Kaitlynn Marshall, BVM@S
Kaitlynn Marshall, BVM@S
Ashley Palkowetz, DVM
Ashley Palkowetz, DVM

The GSVS Emergency and Critical Care Service is open and available 24 hours per day, every day of the year. Your primary veterinarian may refer your pet or you can walk in at any time.

The GSVS Emergency and Critical Care Service is overseen by three Criticalists: Kate Palmer, Janan Abed, and Ron Achiel – all have been Residency Trained in Emergency/Critical Care. Dr. Palmer and Dr. Achiel are both Board Certified in this discipline.

Additionally, the service is staffed by multiple doctors who elect to focus their career in ER medicine or rotate though various departments in the hospital. When your pet is experiencing an emergency and is brought to GSVS, he or she will not only be treated by the primary doctor seen upon initial exam, but will also receive care from the entire team moving forward. We find this model unique among veterinary specialty hospitals. We take pride that your pet will receive specialty care even if he/she is not seeing a critical care specialist directly.

If you are unsure if your pet is experiencing an emergency, you can call us anytime or bring your pet to our hospital. We are fully equipped to provide treatment for ANY emergency situation.

Advanced services and treatments that can be provided by the Emergency and Critical Care department in our Intensive Care Unit include:

  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Emergency bedside ultrasound
  • In-house cytology and blood work
  • Supplemental oxygen
  • Transfusion therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation
  • Supplemental enteral and parenteral nutrition
  • Anesthesia support
  • Respiratory, circulatory, and cardiac monitoring

Please call 732-922-0011 if you have any questions about Emergency and Critical Care at GSVS.

GSVS
  • No referral or appointment needed for Emergency Care
  • Open 24/7 for Emergencies and Referrals
  • Continuous nursing care 24/7, 365 days/year
  • Team of Board Certified Specialists available for consultation on all patients
  • Extensive diagnostic services on-site: CT scanner, MRI, ultrasound, fiberoptic scoping, full laboratory and surgical suite
  • Veterinarians and trained technicians always in the hospital
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