Internal Medicine offers state of the art medicine to our veterinary clients and provides an excellent learning environment for students, interns and residents while providing the best possible patient care. It serves as a resource of information for veterinarians throughout the State of North Carolina and contributes to the discovery of new methods for the diagnosis and treatment of sick dogs and cats.
Veterinarians in private practice are able to diagnose and treat many of the conditions and diseases that affect pets. However, Internal Medicine specialists have undergone concentrated training programs in Internal Medicine and have passed the rigorous examinations of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. This training and experience has focused their knowledge and skills to improve their ability to diagnose and treat the problem presented.
Learn about the Internal Medicine clinical service at NC State Veterinary Hospital
The Internal Medicine service at NC State Veterinary Hospital specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of serious health problems including metabolic diseases such as diabetes; infectious diseases; and endocrine, hematological, gastrointestinal, liver, renal, and respiratory disorders.