Helpful Information & Forms

  • For your convenience, a printable referral form can be downloaded and sent with your client or faxed or emailed to our facility.
  • Also for your reference are the ASECB Fee Sheets. Please feel free to share this information with any client referral.
Specialty Care Information & FeesVisiting Specialists Information & FeesRehabilitation Information & Fees

Phone Consultations

We welcome veterinarians to speak to our board-certified specialists. We are always willing to consult with you on a new case. Our purpose is to help you help your patients, whether that involves diagnostic or surgical advice or potential referral to see one of our veterinarians or specialists. Like you, the health and well-being of your patients is our top priority.

Maintaining our partnership with you is very important to us. We welcome any questions about your patients – current or past, our procedures and processes, or even suggestions as to how we might better our working relationship. Please do not hesitate to contact us.

Transferring a Patient

We provide critical care, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our facility is fully staffed and equipped to handle minor-to-complex emergencies at any time. Critical care is facilitated by use of the hospital’s extensive on-site resources which includes advanced diagnostic imaging equipment, state-of-the-art operating rooms, a team of board certified specialists, and on-premises laboratory and pharmacy.

ASECB makes it as simple as possible for referring veterinary hospitals to transfer their patients for overnight or 24-hour care, and then transfer them back once conditions have stabilized. To make the referral process even easier, we have made the Emergency Care referral form available to be printed and faxed, or sent with the client.

Please send copies of medical records, including recent blood work and radiographs. Physical radiographs will be returned as soon as the patient leaves our hospital. We will also provide your office with all the follow-up documentation needed for post-treatment care.