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 Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine is Connecticut-bound

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مُساهمةموضوع: Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine is Connecticut-bound   الخميس يونيو 03, 2010 12:26 am

Cornell
University College of Veterinary Medicine is Connecticut-bound



Cornell University’s College of Veterinary
Medicine has signed a 10-year lease with Building and Land Technology to
establish Cornell University Veterinary Specialists (CUVS), a satellite
referral and 24-hour emergency care hospital located at 880 Canal
Street in Stamford, CT, that will employ 40 veterinarians and staff.




The hospital is expected to open in early 2011 and will provide
veterinary specialty and emergency critical care services to patients
referred by their local veterinarians. CUVS will not engage in general
practice and will be the largest and most comprehensive
University-affiliated veterinary specialty/emergency and critical care,
satellite facility established to date.




The decision to open a referral/emergency clinic in the New York metro
area was an outcome of the College’s strategic planning process that
involved many outside stakeholders, members of the College community,
and veterinarians. CUVS will be housed in a 20,000 square-foot building,
as part of the $3 billion LEED-certified Harbor Point mixed-use urban
redevelopment project, which also includes a new Fairway supermarket,
4,000 new luxury apartments, numerous office buildings, and the
worldwide corporate headquarters for Starwood Hotels and Resorts.





















“These services will be of tremendous value to the community,” said Carl
R. Kuehner, III, Building and Land Technology President and CEO.
“Companion animals are members of the family for many people, making the
demand for cutting edge veterinary medicine – treatments and procedures
that rival those available to humans – greater every day.”




Board-certified specialists will offer high-end treatments and
procedures, such as orthopedic and soft-tissue surgery, emergency and
critical care, internal medicine, cardiology, and imaging. Additional
services will be added over time, in consultation with referring
veterinarians. The hospital will have advanced invasive and non-invasive
diagnostic, imaging, and therapeutic modalities, as well as clinician
and technical specialists with advanced training onsite. In order to
provide the most complete care possible, CUVS veterinarians and staff
will also be able to leverage the expertise and equipment located at the
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in Ithaca, NY. Via
videoconferencing and onsite housing accommodations, CUVS will allow
students the opportunity to see specialty and referral medicine in a
practical, higher volume environment typical of metropolitan areas.




CUVS will expand the number of veterinary options available in the
region; compete fairly based on the quality of medicine and client
services offered; and meet a number of significant needs for the College
and the profession. It will expand Cornell’s role in specialty medicine
by creating an integrated veterinary medical center that supports
clinical research and expands the educational experience for veterinary
residents and students seeking their doctor of veterinary medicine
degree. The facility will include a tiered auditorium and overnight
rooms for rotating students and residents. It will also allow Cornell
to effectively deliver continuing education programming to veterinarians
in the New York metropolitan area.




“This is an exciting and innovative initiative for Cornell and one that
will combine the best elements of private practice and advanced,
discovery–based medicine ,” said Michael Kotlikoff, Austin O. Hooey Dean
of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. “We have
multiple goals for CUVS, all of which will benefit our clients and
patients, and strengthen the College and the veterinary profession.”




For more information about CUVS and the College of Veterinary Medicine
at Cornell, visit: [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذا الرابط]




About BLT:


A second-generation real estate development company, Connecticut-based
Building and Land Technology [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذا الرابط] has completed ventures
worth more than $3 billion including over 4 million square feet of
commercial development and 4,500+ residential units. BLT trophy
properties host the headquarters for Starwood Hotels & Resorts
Worldwide, Gen Re, GE Commercial Finance, Diageo, GE Real Estate, Xerox,
GE Energy Financial Services, IMS Health and Hewitt. Their numerous
office parks, apartment complexes, single family subdivisions, common
interest communities and adaptive reuse projects total in excess of
8,000,000 square feet of development throughout Fairfield County.

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