PHILADELPHIA (June 29, 2018) – Community Veterinary Partners is pleased to announce that it has acquired Pet Medical Center of Springfield and Shirlington Animal Hospital in Virginia.
The purchase of these two practices brings CVP’s total practice group to 48 animal hospitals along the East Coast.
Dr. Barry Rosenbluth is owner and chief of medical services at Pet Medical Center of Springfield. He received his DVM degree from Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine, where he graduated with highest honors. He was also inducted into the Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society.
Pet Medical Center of Springfield offers a variety of services, including dental services, diagnostic laboratory testing, surgical care, spay and neuter, grooming, nutritional counseling, boarding, and comprehensive physical examinations.
The practice consists of three doctors: Rosenbluth, Diane Howells Nichols and James MacLean.
Rosenbluth and MacLean are also doctors at Shirlington Animal Hospital, along with Adrienne Hergen and Amanda Snelgrove. This practice is a companion hospital to Pet Medical Center of Springfield offering preventive health care, surgical services, dental care and other services.
“After 30 years as a solo practice owner and five years in shared ownership, I am very excited to become part of the CVP Family,” Rosenbluth said. “This partnership will allow me to concentrate more directly on the medicine and client service aspect of practice without the huge time commitment needed for administrative responsibilities. I look forward to finally being able to focus on those parts of the practice I really enjoy!”
About Community Veterinary Partners
Community Veterinary Partners (CVP) owns and operates veterinary hospitals and is committed to providing world-class treatment and health services to animals. The company strives to maintain each hospital’s individual brand and reputation in its community. The CVP family currently consists of 48 animal hospitals in 10 states. More information is available at www.cvpco.com/.