PHILADELPHIA, PA (September 25, 2020) – Community Veterinary Partners (CVP) is delighted to announce Animal Eye Care of the Lowcountry has joined its growing family, expanding CVP’s community in South Carolina with practices in Mount Pleasant, Myrtle Beach and Ladson. Animal Eye Care of the Lowcountry raises the increasing number of ophthalmology specialty practices within the CVP community, including locations in North Carolina and Virginia.
“Like most specialty practices in veterinary care, animal ophthalmology is a small, tight-knit community,” said John Tramontina, Vice President of Business Development at CVP. “Knowing both Dr. Brad Nadelstein of Animal Eye Care Associates VA and Dr. Bob English, Animal Eye Care Associates NC, have a tremendous amount of respect for Dr. Anne Cook and her team makes us even more excited to welcome them into our CVP family.”
Dr. Anne Cook is a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist, Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists, and was the owner of Animal Eye Care of the Lowcountry. In addition to Dr. Cook, as part of Animal Eye Care of the Lowcountry CVP also welcomed board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist and Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists, Dr. Kristin Fischer, and Dr. Hannah Visser to their community of veterinarians. Animal Eye Care of the Lowcountry specializes in treating diseases of the eye. In addition to full-service client-based patient care, the trio of veterinary ophthalmologist work closely with the South Carolina Aquarium, The Center for Birds of Prey, the Charleston Animal Society, and numerous other local rescue organizations.
“After expanding our veterinary ophthalmology services along the coast of South Carolina, we wanted to place the practice into the hands of a partner that understood our long-term commitment to our relationships with our clients, referring veterinarians, team, and community,” said Dr. Anne Cook. “We appreciate that CVP honors our close-knit collaboration and ties to the local community. We are very excited to be part of Community Veterinary Partners and look forward to continuing to build our practice in the state of South Carolina in partnership with CVPs.”
CVP mirrors this enthusiasm as it welcomes Animal Eye Care of the Lowcountry with open arms and continues to embrace new hospitals who share the same core values of bringing joy to families by providing the best care possible to the pets they love.