Veterinary Internal Medicine
All IndyVet specialists have received four or more years of post-doctorate training prior to board certification. This training and experience allows our specialists to manage and treat a wide variety of complex diseases and conditions in collaboration with general practitioner colleagues across the state of Indiana. This collaborative approach to case management allows us to provide the most versatile care for patients.
The goal of internal medicine at IndyVet is to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to our patients and their families. Our objective is to manage cases only as long as required to identify and resolve the initial crisis, and to work in conjunction with the referring veterinarian for follow-up patient care.
For more information on our internal medicine team, please view our downloadable brochure, or e-mail our team. Please view our brochure on continuous glucose monitoring through a non-surgical implantable device to help with diabetes management.
Internal Medicine Staff
Tracey Gillespie, DVM, DACVIM-SAIM, RSO
Julie Trzil, DVM, MS, DACVIM-SAIM
Molly Bellinger, RVT
Erin Hunt, RVT
What We Do
What To Expect
The IndyVet internal medicine team is committed to providing the most innovative and compassionate care for your pet in partnership with your family veterinarian.
The following guidelines will hasten the diagnosis and treatment of incoming patients:
- Please do not feed your pet after midnight the night before your appointment unless otherwise directed.
- Ask your family veterinarian to e-mail, fax, or provide you with prior lab work, imaging reports, and past treatment related to your pet’s problem or illness.
At your initial visit, an IndyVet internal medicine doctor will examine your pet, review their medical history, and will talk with you about your pet’s condition to recommend any diagnostic tests, or to suggest an appropriate course of medical therapy. Many pets can be managed on an outpatient basis while others may need to spend several days in the hospital undergoing a comprehensive evaluation and treatment.
Afternoon and evening visiting hours assures hospitalized patients and their families the opportunity to spend quality time together.
Patients are discharged on an appointment basis. Complete written instructions will be reviewed with each pet owner at the time of discharge to address any questions they may have regarding patient care at home.