Dr. Clare Hyatt, DVM, MS, DACVECC and Dr. Lindsey Nielsen, DVM, DACVECC recently joined VESCNM to provide 7-day a week critical care coverage for the Albuquerque facility, and constant access by phone or in person when needed in Santa Fe. These two doctors are excited to help the hospital improve their patient and client care, and constantly bring in some of the newest and best treatments for the critical dog and cat patients that need them.
DVM, MS, DACVECC (Diplomate American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care)
Dr. Hyatt joined VESC February 6, 2017. She was awarded board certification as a Diplomate in emergency/critical care from the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC) in 2016. Over the years she has had a hand in training over 40 interns and residents, as well as numerous technicians over the years. She has received additional training in many aspects of critical care medicine including continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT), mechanical ventilation and cardiac output monitoring. Her interests include emergency ultrasound techniques, sepsis, post-operative care, mechanical ventilation, analgesia and pain management, among others.
Residency in Small Animal Emergency/Critical Care, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Rotating Small Animal Internship VCA Veterinary Referral Associates in Gaithersburg, MD
Small Animal emergency/critical care internship at Iowa State University in Ames, IA.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University
Master of Science Degree, Kansas State University
Bachelor of Science, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas
Clare loves the outdoors and spend as much time as possible enjoying the rewards of nature. She has two of the most handsome orange cats, Julius and Sherbert, who help keep her entertained on her days off.
DVM, DACVECC (Diplomate American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care)
Dr. Nielsen joined VESC on March 1, 2017. She was awarded board certification as a Diplomate in emergency/critical care from the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC) in 2013. As a critical care specialist she has a particular interest in transfusion medicine, sepsis, cardiac emergencies, and acute pancreatitis. Dr. Nielsen hopes to provide advanced critical care to those patients in need a VESCNM, and to help clients make important decisions for their furry family members.
Residency in Small Animal Critical Care, Angell Animal Medical Center, Boston, MA
Rotating Small Animal Internship, Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center of Norwalk, CT
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Tufts University
Bachelor of Science, University at Albany, NY
Lindsey is a lover of all things geek related, whether it be the latest zombie novel or Star Wars movie. She and her partner also enjoy spending quality time with their three cats, Willow, Buffy, and Tara, and two dogs, Walter and Daisy.