Surgery

 

It’s just been discovered your dog needs surgery.

There’s enough to worry about besides who is most competent to perform it. Relax. You’ve found M.A.S.H.

For whatever the surgical need, you can find peace of mind in the fact that Mid-Atlantic Animal Specialty Hospital
(M.A.S.H.) is the most often referred surgical hospital for pets, and for good reason.

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  • Our staff is always on the cutting edge of the latest procedures which speed recovery and improve outcomes.
  • Mid-Atlantic Animal Specialty Hospital is a recognized leader in teaching veterinarians, interns and students because of its recognized expertise and competency, even with difficult cases.
  • Post-surgery, we offer the most advanced rehabilitation center to return your pet to a normal level of function.

Don’t Wait! Get your questions answered and the relief your pet needs.

Just tell us about your cat or dog and we’ll contact you to schedule a consultation, giving you reassurance and your pet the compassion it deserves!

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What does your dog need?
What do you do now?

Your veterinarian has identified a problem which needs surgery. There are two things you need to know.

This won’t heal itself. The condition and pain will only become worse over time. It takes surgical intervention to fix the problem.

  • Don’t wait. Your dog’s problem will not go away on its own. It will only get worse. In addition, the longer you wait you lessen the chance of a quick and full recovery.
  • Relax. Our surgeons have the experience in whatever type of surgery your dog needs.

Just a Few Areas of Our Expertise

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Your dog needs surgery. Aren’t you glad you found the best for your pet?

If your veterinarian has recommended surgery, don’t worry…you’ve found M.A.S.H. Now contact us to immediately find relief for both you and your pet!


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Our Pledge to You: All of our staff, from the front office, our veterinary technicians, assistants, doctors and to administrators, will treat your companion with compassionate care as if it was their own.

You will always quickly get your questions answered from knowledgeable experts, so never hesitate to ask.

Post-surgery you will find our concern for your pet never ends. This includes providing and explaining detailed follow-up instructions, post-surgery visits and the most complete and up-to-date rehabilitation services imaginable. Visit our facility and find out what to expect after surgery!

IMPORTANT COVID 19 MESSAGE

During this COVID-19 pandemic, the health and safety of our clients, patients & staff is our number one priority. Here are some additional precautions we are taking to minimize exposure. We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone, thank you for your cooperation.

FOR CLIENTS SHOWING SIGNS OF ILLNESS THAT MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH COVID-19

  • Existing Appointments: We kindly ask that you call to reschedule (410-414-8250).
  • Medical Emergencies: We kindly ask that you either arrange for a healthy friend or family member to transport your pet to our hospital. If this is not possible, please remain in your vehicle and call our front desk upon arrival (410-414-8250).  A staff member will come retrieve your pet and collect all necessary information.

FOR HEALTHY CLIENTS WITH AN EXISTING APPOINTMENT OR MEDICAL EMERGENCY

  • Only one client per pet will be permitted inside our lobby and exam rooms at any given time. Please leave children at home.
  • Depending on the volume of clients in our lobby, you may be asked to return to your vehicle while your pet is waiting to be seen.
  • A staff member will direct you to either the waiting room or an exam room, please remain there. A staff member will be with you shortly.
  • Please practice “Social Distancing”. This includes appropriate hand washing, no hand shakes, and maintaining a minimum distance of 6 feet from others.
  • Clients will not be permitted in any treatment areas, including Rehab.
  • We will be limiting the amount of traffic at our front desk. You may be asked to schedule future appointments and make additional payments over the phone.
  • We will continue to allow clients to remain in exam rooms during end-of-life situations.
  • If you do not wish to enter our building or are unsure what to do, please call for instructions from a staff member (410-414-8250).

FOR HOSPITALIZED PETS

  • No personal items can be left with hospitalized pets. This includes leashes, collars/harnesses, toys, blankets, crates etc.
  • Our visiting hours have been suspended. You will continue to receive daily updates from our doctors and staff, and may call at any time for an update.

HOURS OF OPERATION
MASH: 8am-6pm Monday – Friday

EMERGENCY:
6pm-8am Monday – Friday
24 hrs Saturday & Sunday

BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT, PLEASE PRINT AND FILL OUR  CLIENT REGISTRATION FORM!
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