UC Veterinary Medical Center, San Diego

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Veterinary Cardiologists are a small group of specialized veterinarians with interest and expertise entirely dedicated to the heart and vascular diseases, their prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

Cardiology

Mission

Our mission is to diagnose, treat and prevent cardiac diseases, by providing an advanced standard of veterinary care for the needs of our patients, clients, and the veterinary community.

What is a Veterinary Cardiologist?

The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) grants board certification in the specialty of veterinary cardiology and gives the title of Diplomate of the ACVIM (Cardiology). This certification entails a minimum of an additional 3 years of extensive post-doctoral training in diagnostic techniques as well as medical and interventional therapies specific to cardiac diseases. It also requires successful completion of a rigorous series of examinations administered by the ACVIM.

Veterinary Cardiologists are a small group of specialized veterinarians with interest and expertise entirely dedicated to the heart and vascular diseases, their prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

Phone: 858-875-7505
10435 Sorrento Valley Road, Suite 101
San Diego, CA 92121