The Veterinary Professionals section of our website is designed to contain information for our referring veterinary community, including the veterinary technicians, client care coordinators, and the entire healthcare team! Thank you for visiting! Some sections will be password-protected for our member hospitals only.
Wondering what the process is to refer a patient, or when each specialty sees appointments and at which location? Review the AERC Patient Referral Process and you'll have all of your questions answered! See below for referral forms for specialty cases and emergencies.
To Refer a Patient to a Specialist: Please use our Patient Referral Form for Specialty Services to refer a patient to one of the following services: Cardiology (Available 2/1/14), Dentistry, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Surgery. To refer a patient for physical rehabilitation through The Sport & Strength Department, please use our Rehab Referral Form.
To Transfer a Patient for Emergency Care: Please use our Case Transfer Information Form to transfer a patient for Emergency & Critical Care. We also request that, whenever possible, you call the emergency clinician on duty to discuss the patient prior to its arrival. Thank you!
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Please use our Patient Referral Form for Specialty Services to refer a patient to one of the following services: Cardiology, Dentistry, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Surgery. To refer a patient for physical rehabilitation through The Sport & Strength Department, please use our Rehab Referral Form.
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The Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota provides a variety of specialty services to support family veterinary practices throughout the Midwest.
“"I have had wonderful experiences with the U of M Hospitals Emergency Room for my own care and of my father's care, and I have to say that AERC was every bit as wonderful--kept us with our little girl as much as possible, beautiful private emergency room for us with her. Every consideration was employed to make all of us feel welcome and valued. Zoey got treated like the tiny, sensitive, smart girl she is. We were worried about her eye that she kept shut that morning, and they made sure there were no scratches on the cornea. The intake staff was considerate and let us fill out the forms in the private exam room, offered coffee, checked Zoey's heart. The medical care by the vet and the follow up by staff with instructions was outstanding. The facility is the nicest I have seen. Every bit as nice as the ones at the U of M for human patients. I would sum up my overall impression of the clinic staff: Friendly, Considerate, Respectful, Sensitive, Outstanding Communication and Care. I would rate the staff communication higher than staff at U of MN for human patients because it was consistently outstanding." ”
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