CVP Welcomes South Towne Veterinary Hospital in Rochester, New York!

Community Veterinary Partners is thrilled to announce the addition of our 29th animal hospital, South Towne Veterinary Hospital on Monday, May 15th, 2017. The South Towne Veterinary Hospital was founded in 1969 in Rochester, New York.

 Dr. Edward Gschrey partnered with the hospital in 1992 and became the Chief veterinarian & hospital director / owner 10 years later in 2002.  Located in Rochester, NY, the hospital strives to provide the highest quality of veterinary care to small animals and exotic pets. With a broad spectrum of diagnostic procedures including ultrasound, digital and dental x-rays and surgical laser they are able to stay ahead of the curve with their current patients as well as performing procedures for other veterinary hospitals on a referral basis.   “South Towne Veterinary Hospital is a fantastic addition to the CVP family.  Their welcoming and caring approach towards all of their clients and patients coupled with their extraordinary focus on diagnostic procedures makes them a perfect partner. We are excited to continue growth into the Upstate New York Area” says CVP Director of Integration Dennis McMichael.  CVP has one other hospital in the Upstate New York Area, Liverpool Animal Health Center, located just outside of Syracuse in Liverpool, New York.

Dr. Edward Gschrey, owner at South Towne Veterinary hospital, attended Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine graduating in 1986. He lives in upstate New York with his wife, two sons, 2 dogs, 1 cat and 1 bird.  “I’m excited to join the CVP family of veterinary hospitals because the partnership will allow us to meet our hospital goals with more efficiency and support and will allow me to spend more time with my family and meet my individual goals”. His interests in ultrasound, soft tissue surgery and orthopedics make South Towne Veterinary Hospital a leader in animal health in their community and a welcome addition to Community Veterinary Partners.

 

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