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Avets unveils new emergency and specialty hospital
The brand-new 19,000 sq. ft. veterinary facility is now open to the public and offers its patients the latest innovations and advancements including 4 advanced surgery suites, 2 separate isolation wards, and much more.
Avets Specialty and Emergency Trauma Center—a nationally recognized emergency, critical care, and specialty center for over 25 years—officially opened its new, state-of-the-art 19,000 sq. ft. emergency and specialty veterinary hospital located in Monroeville, Pennsylvania. The new facility doubles its clinical space and provides more opportunities to expand specialty services.
“Our growing team is extremely proud and excited for the opportunities that our new hospital brings to our community,” says Corey Korinko, Avets’ Hospital Director, in an organizational release.
“After navigating the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, we look forward to not only greeting our clients inside our hospital once again—but now at our brand-new facility,” he adds.
The new hospital, which is open 24/7 year-round, is located less than 2 miles from Avets former location and offers the latest advancements in veterinary medicine. These innovations include 4 advanced surgery suites, a 16-slice computed tomography (CT), 1.5 Tesla MRI, a dedicated critical care unit, 2 separate isolation wards, augmented clinical space to extend specialty services, and more including a neurology addition come this October.
Additionally, the clinic’s expansion allows it to continue supporting the needs of pet owners and primary care veterinarians residing in the greater Pittsburgh area. All emergency visits and specialty appointments are now available at the hospital’s new location.
To learn more about Avets and its services, go here.