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Referral Coordinators
Small AnimalLarge Animal
800.861.7456800.861.7458
706.542.5362706.542.3223
706.202.0379
(After-Hours Emergencies Only)
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Thank you for your continuing support of the University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital. We hope the following information is helpful. If you have further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.

The University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital is home to many specialists in a variety of areas for both large and small animals. We offer state of the art capabilities in diagnostic imaging and employ many advanced therapeutic modalities.

Click here for a list of available Radiology Technologies

We also like to keep you up-to-date on the status of your patients. Feel free to contact us if you have questions during any portion of the diagnostic, treatment and follow-up processes.

To refer a large animal to our hospital, please call our large animal referral coordinators; phone numbers are listed on the right side of this page.

To refer a small animal, please fill out a Referral Form [PDF] and FAX it to 706.542.2858 [small animal] or 706.542.4701 [small animal]. Please include a case summary and a contact number, should we need to reach you.

If you are unsure whether a referral is necessary at this time, or if you have general questions or need to follow up with a case that has been evaluated and/or treated at our facilities, contact our referral coordinators for further assistance


Community Practice Clinic

Clinic Information
Clinic Hours8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (M-F)
Appointments9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
& 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
706.542.1984
Late Pick-upsUntil 6 p.m.
After-hours Emergencies
706.542.3221
Clinic DirectorDr. Ira G. Roth
DirectionsBehavior Service
Dermatology Service

The UGA Community Practice Clinic serves patients whose owners live in the greater Athens area. The primary care clinic, separate from our referral hospital, is operated by faculty veterinarians who are assisted by UGA veterinary students, an intern (a DVM working on advanced training), and trained veterinary technicians.

The clinic provides our fourth-year DVM students with a unique opportunity to experience the operation of a general veterinary practice under the guidance of full-time faculty veterinarians, while also providing the surrounding community with quality care for companion animals.

In addition to offering routine care, the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine’s Behavior and Dermatology services are also located in the Community Practice Clinic. Neither service requires a referral from your primary veterinarian.

Click here for more information abut our services.


Dr. Ira G. Roth with Lila


News

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UGA welcomes 102 incoming veterinary students in White Coat Ceremony

The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine welcomed the class of 2015 during its annual White Coat Ceremony held last month. Sponsored by the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association, this event officially recognized 102 members of the incoming class by donning them in lab coats to be worn during their veterinary education.

The hour-long ceremony was held in the Mahler Auditorium of the Georgia Center for Continuing Education Conference Center and Hotel. After the ceremony, Dr. Kevin Chapman, president of the GVMA, led the two-block recessional of coated students to the College of Veterinary Medicine for a class photo and a reception with their families and members of the college's faculty and staff......Read more..


'Osy' Debuts as an Educational Mobile App

Having successfully navigated her way through select high school classrooms in North Georgia for more than two years while capturing the attention of hundreds of students, Osy Osmosis has now entered the competitive world of mobile apps.

Developed by a group of researchers, educators and software developers at the University of Georgia, Osy is a fun, educational game designed to teach the principle of osmosis, or how water moves in and out of cells.Osy was released this month on Apple's iTunes App store for the iPhone/iPod Touch ($1.99) and also as a HD version for the iPad ($3.99).To link to Osy, see http://www.osyosmosis.com/.....Read more..


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To provide exceptional and compassionate animal healthcare today, in a dynamic environment for learning and discovery, that will further enhance animal and human health tomorrow.