SARASOTA, Fla., Nov. 16, 2016 – Dr. Ryan Beverly, who practices veterinary emergency medicine at Critical Veterinary Care of Sarasota (CVC), has completed a RACE-approved continuing education program in ultrasound imaging of the abdomen.
The three-day hands-on course, delivered by SonoPath.com in Mount Arlington, N.J., aids in the optimization of imaging, diagnosis and treatment decisions, according to Dr. Anne Chauvet, CVC’s head of neurology. Beverly received his veterinary education from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and the University of Florida School of Veterinary Medicine. He joined CVC in 2015.
“Beverly is one of our leading emergency doctors, and bringing this skill back to our community helps us achieve our mission to provide companion animal patients and their families the most complete 24/7 veterinary emergency care services on the Gulf Coast of Florida,” Chauvet said.
Course approval by the American Association of State Boards Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) means that veterinary practitioners who take those classes receive credits applicable toward continuing education requirements for licensure renewal.
More information about Critical Vet Care is available by calling (941) 929‐1818 or online at www.Facebook.com/CriticalVetCare.
About Critical Vet Care:
Critical Vet Care, based in Sarasota, is a 24‐hour emergency and specialty clinic with the most comprehensive diagnostics on the Gulf Coast whose mission is to treat pets with a passion to care and mission to cure. Critical Vet Care is at 4937 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. More information is available online at www.CriticalVetCare.com and www.Facebook.com/CriticalVetCare or by calling (941) 929‐1818.