Veterinary internal medicine is the diagnosis, management, and nonsurgical treatment of any veterinary disease. This diagnostic process is a partnership between the veterinarian, pet owner, and animal. We listen to your knowledge and observations about your pet. To locate the source of your pet's problem, we use digital radiography, ultrasound, endoscopy, and other minimally invasive techniques. Our technology is the best available, and helps us reach a diagnosis and monitor progress during treatment.
Grady Veterinary Hospital demonstrates expertise in the area of diagnostics using a combination of hands-on examination, laboratory and diagnostic technology, and our collaboration with you, the pet owner. As a member of our team, we invite you to work with us to identify and treat your sick pet.
Dr. Beth McElravy, DVM, DACVIM (Board-Certified Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialist) is a small animal internal medicine specialist. She provides more in-depth care for many disorders, including not limited to gastrointestinal disease, liver disease, kidney/urinary tract disease, lung disease, hormonal diseases, infectious diseases, immune system diseases and blood disorders.