Treatment/Surgical Preparation Room
Our treatment room and surgical preparation area is where we anesthesize our patients to prepare them for surgeries, dentals and various other procedures. This is also where we treat our hospitalized patients.
Our surgical patients recover in stainless steel cages or stainless steel sided runs (for larger patients). These cages also house our noncontagious hospitalized patients. This room is centrally located to facilitate close observation of our patients.
Our lab has the medical equipment for conducting in house blood tests on your pet to provide Dr. Heers with valuable diagnostic information, usually within 20 minutes. When additional testing is necessary, our clinic also utilizes an outside reference laboratory that usually provides overnight test results.
Our isolation room is reserved for patients that may be contagious. This room has a separate outside entrance so that patients that may be contagious do not have to enter the main part of the hospital.
We have three examination rooms. Each room is fully equipped with medical instruments and the most common medications Dr. Heers uses. A motorized weigh table that lowers to the ground for our larger patients facilitates examination of our furry friends.
All of our surgeries are performed in this room. Our patients are anesthetized using Sevoflurane, the safest anesthesia available, identical to the anesthesia they use on the human patients at Tulare Regional Medical Center. Our surgical instruments are housed here in sterilized packs.
Our pharmacy is well stocked with the drugs Dr. Heers most commonly prescribes for our patients.
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