We hope everyone had a fabulous and fun New Year’s Day, and that your 2017 closed out well with the holidays. Family, friends, food and festivities are a great way to celebrate.

Ready or not, 2018 is here! We’ve got lots of things going on at Veterinary Neurology and Imaging of the Chesapeake. In the coming months, we’ll be bringing you news, information and some entertaining stories on these pages.

Update on our new facility and new technology

The new CVRC-Annapolis building is well underway. The exterior is nearly completed and our team is finalizing the interior plans. The building will be 28,000 square feet, with VNIoC occupying over 2,800 square feet of dedicated space.

We will be bringing in a 16-slice Toshiba CT to complement our 1.5 T Phillips MRI. Pet Cure Oncology will be adjacent to our “wing,” providing stereotactic radiosurgery as well as conventional radiation treatment.

The likely date for occupying our new space is currently September. More information will follow! [#wearesoexcited]


January 2018 Continuing Education

January 10, 6:30 pm: Anne Arundel County Veterinary

Medical Association (AACVMA)

Unhappy Housemates: Aggression Between Dogs that Live Together will be presented by Dr. Marsha Reich, Veterinary Behaviorist.

Nutramax is graciously sponsoring this meeting, which will likely have 1 CE credit from the Maryland Veterinary Medical Board. Location: Yellowfin Steak & Fish House, 2840 Solomons Island Road, Edgewater, MD.

January 11, 9 am-3:45 pm: District of Columbia Academy of Veterinary Medicine (DCAVM)

Neurology will be presented by BVNS, Friendship Hospital for Animals, VCA SouthPaws.

This seminar provides a maximum of 6 CE hours: 3 hours in the morning session and 3 hours in the afternoon session. Location: The Elks Lodge, 8421 Arlington Blvd. (Rte. 50), Fairfax, VA.

January 16, 6-8pm: Maryland Veterinary Medical Association (MDVMA)

Animal Cruelty: From “Should” to “Shall” – What does this mean for my practice?

This FREE forum panel discussion is limited to 75 MDVMA members but you need to register. This event will have 2 CE hours. Location: Maryland Department of Agriculture, 50 Harry S. Truman Pkwy, Annapolis.

January 18, 9am-4:15pm: Greater Baltimore Veterinary Medical Association (GBVMA)

Infectious Disease will be presented by Adam Birkenheuer, DVM, PhD, DACVIM.

This event is sponsored by Merial. Attendees receive three CE credits per session (morning and afternoon) for a possible total of six CE credits per meeting. Location: The DoubleTree by Hilton Baltimore North – Pikesville, just inside the Baltimore Beltway (695) at exit 20 S., Resiterstown Rd., on the right-hand side.

Note: Delaware Veterinary Medical Association has not yet posted its 2018 CE events.