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​Information for Veterinarians

Our relationship and communication with our referring veterinarians is a top priority for us and is especially important for our Small Animal Internal Medicine clients given that we are often working together to address serious and complicated health problems.

How Will I Be Informed About My Client's Service?

A clinician will contact you via phone for updates about your client's diagnostics,

services and treatment decisions. You will also receive an official referring veterinarian letter that includes diagnostic and treatment information. We believe in working closely with our rDVMs

when it comes to helping with these cases and we very much value your input and insight.

 
 

 How Can Referring Veterinarians Contact Small Animal Internal Medicine?

 
Please call our free referring veterinarian consult line for questions regarding patients and/or cases that are not currently at the VTH:
(970) 297-4261
 
For referrals to the CSU VTH please call (970) 297-5000 to make an appointment.
 
Note: To expedite the referral process, download, print, and fill out our Referral Form. Provide your client with any relevant medical history (X-rays, test results, vaccine history, etc.) to bring with them to their appointment. This ensures we have the comprehensive background information needed to make treatment decisions.

What Advanced Treatment Options Do You Offer?

  • We are able to perform a wide variety of advanced fiber optic procedures. View our Services We Offer page for details about the various types of endoscopy we offer.
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  • We offer thyroid scans and I-131 treatment.
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  • We perform GFR studies and colonic scintigraphy for the measure of kidney function and identification of a PSS respectively.
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  • We have access to every other specialty and special procedure in the VTH, from Dermatology consultations to PET CT-Scans, the Internal Medicine service serves as a "window" to the rest of the hospital and we draw on that vast collection of expertise as an invaluable resource in the diagnosis and management of many difficult cases.

Do You Offer Learning Opportunities for Veterinarians?

Our hospital offers continuing education opportunities courses for veterinarians to assist with professional development.

Contact Us:
Colorado State University
Veterinary Teaching Hospital
300 West Drake Road
Fort Collins, Colorado, 80523

Phone:
(970) 297-5000

Fax:
(970) 297-1205

Appointments:
(970) 297-5000
 
Veterinarian Consult Line:
(970) 297-4261