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About Us

VESC of New Mexico is a state of the art medical facility that provides emergency care for injured and sick pets, as well as sophisticated medical and surgical treatment by highly trained veterinarians on a referral basis.

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Veterinary Referrals

We are available for emergency and specialty referrals 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Our emergency service is designed to serve as an extension of your practice offering emergency and critical care 24/7.

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In Case Of Emergency

Once you have determined your pet is experiencing an emergency and you bring him or her to Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center (VESC), you may wonder what happens next. Do not hesitate to call us directly at (505) 884-3433.

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Welcome To
Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center of New Mexico

We’re State of the Art

Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center of New Mexico in Albuquerque is a state of the art veterinary hospital that provides emergency care for injured and sick dogs and cats as well as specialty medical and surgical treatment by skilled doctors on a referral basis. VESC has doctors highly trained in surgery, critical care, dermatology, ophthalmology, and animal behavior.

Mission Statement

The goal of Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Centers is to be the premier veterinary emergency and specialty facility in the desert southwest. We are committed to providing comprehensive, high quality veterinary emergency and specialty care with emphasis on exceptional client service and superior patient care. The Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Centers strive to deliver the most compassionate and professional environment that veterinary medicine can offer.

Welcome Dr. Hale, Medical Director

Anne S Hale, DVM

A graduate of Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Hale interned at Michigan State University. She is classically trained in Small Animal Internal Medicine and received a NIH Fellowship in Comparative Transfusion Medicine. Dr. Hale is the founder and director of Midwest Animal Blood Services. As one of the first national animal blood banks, Midwest Animal Blood Services developed a strong donor program in both large and small animals, world-renowned immunohematology laboratory and extensive comparative transfusion research program.

For the past 28 years, Dr. Hale has served in various practice roles from clinician, team leader to medical director. Her special areas of interest in Internal medicine include immune mediated disease, hematologic abnormalities and infectious disease.

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