Florida emergency hospital thinks big
Specialized Veterinary Services expands to more than 18,000 square feet.
Specialized Veterinary Services, a 24-hour emergency animal hospital located in Fort Myers, Florida, has more than tripled in size.
A recently completed expansion project took the hospital from 5,000 square feet to two stories and 18,500 square feet, according to the contractor, Stevens Construction.
The upgrades included the addition of 10 exam rooms, three surgical suites, a physical therapy room, a conference room, locker rooms, offices and an expanded treatment area. An electric generator was installed so that the hospital can remain open during power outages.
All construction work was coordinated so that patient surgeries and treatments were not affected, Stevens reported.
An open house celebrating the project’s completion was held in March.
Specialized Veterinary Services was founded by Jason Eisele, DVM, DACVS, CCRP.