The Internal Medicine Service at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals diagnoses and provides treatment for dogs and cats with a wide spectrum of health conditions. Our staff includes six board-certified veterinarians who have pioneered many of the approaches used for diagnoses and treatment of diverse canine and feline medical disorders used in veterinary clinics across the country. Internal Medicine faculty specialize in a wide range of health conditions including metabolic, infectious, endocrine, hematologic, gastrointestinal, liver, renal and respiratory disorders. Your pet will be seen by a veterinary team including faculty clinicians, attending residents, and students in training.
The Internal Medicine Service offers advanced diagnostic techniques including a wide range of minimally-invasive procedures. A collaborative working environment brings together the talent of a diverse group of veterinary specialty services including Anesthesiology, Oncology, Soft Tissue Surgery, Cardiology, Neurology, Imaging, and Clinical Nutrition to provide comprehensive veterinary care.