APPOINTMENTS FOR EMERGENCY AND URGENT CARE: Emergency and urgent care visits are available at all times, seven days a week, with or without an appointment. For emergency and urgent care cases you are sending, it’s helpful for our doctors to speak with you directly to discuss your patient’s needs.
Whether you are referring a patient to us for a consultation with a specialist, emergency care, or overnight services, sending the owner along with records and actual films or a CD with the DICOM images is preferable. Sending images in .jpeg format drastically reduces resolution and makes interpretation difficult. Please help us make the best care decisions for our mutual patients by sending DICOM images if possible.
RADIOGRAPH INTERPRETATION: Clinics wanting to send images to Four Seasons Veterinary Specialists for a radiographic report need to be set up with DVM Insight. DVM Insight is the company we use to view DICOM files that are too large to email. Drs. Lowry and Felumlee prefer to view x-rays as DICOMS rather than as the much smaller JPEG files that can be sent through email. DVM Insight is only for getting images for radiograph interpretations.
To request a consultation, please complete a Request for Specialist Consultation form and return it to us with labwork and radiographs, if available. Our primary goal at Four Seasons is to support veterinarians in providing the best possible care to patients.
Whenever possible, we prefer to receive radiographs as DICOM files. Images sent as .jpegs have a poor resolution which makes interpretation difficult.
- Accredited Continuing Education: any of our veterinarians can prepare programs to suit your interests for CE credit
- Lunch and Learn: informal talks in your office to review cases, discuss specific topics, or general Q & A
- Radiology Rounds: a great way to hone your radiology skills, get CE credit, and have your radiology cases evaluated
Four Seasons accepts veterinary technician students into our practice to help them gain valuable clinical experience. During the six-week intern program, students rotate through the following services: critical care (emergency medicine and intensive care), internal medicine, cardiology, dentistry, diagnostic imaging, and surgery.