The board-certified neurologists at SCAN have received extensive training in their field. They have devoted years of clinical practice with a sole focus on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the nervous system. Chances are, whatever type of nervous system disorder your pet is experiencing, the neurologists at SCAN have diagnosed and treated it before.
At SCAN, we encourage our neurologists to collaborate on case discussion and continuing education. For example, the neurologists conference once a month to discuss all of the current literature in the field of veterinary neurology and neurosurgery. This ensures that they remain at the top of their field in emerging knowledge and treatment options of neurological disease. Collaboration on difficult cases benefits the patient and ensures that he/she receives only the best care.
It was once stated that veterinary medicine is similar to human pediatrics. We are caring for a patient that cannot speak and we must rely on the (pet) parent for information. In addition, it is of utmost importance to communicate well with the pet parent because they are integral to the patient’s care. For this reason, we understand that we have a responsibility to you, the pet parent, to ensure that you understand every facet of your pet’s care.
Our hospitals have made the investment to provide only the best in diagnostic capabilities. That is exemplified by the fact that our hospitals are the only ones on the Gulf Coast of Florida that provide on-site high-field MRI capability.
It’s very simple. We treat all of our patients like they are own: a kind voice, blankets to snuggle with and a gentle, caring hand.
Ease of Accessibility
We have two locations to serve you and are just a phone call away. Our doctors are on call 24/7/365 for urgent Veterinary Referrals.