Critical Care Unit at IndyVet
When it’s a matter of life and death, trust the expertise of our Critical Care Unit. Led by Dr. Becky Zaremba and Dr. Martindale, our team is dedicated to the most critical patients.
Welcome to the IndyVet Critical Care Unit – Where Lifesaving Care Begins!
Why Choose IndyVet’s Critical Care Unit: Intensive Treatment, Stabilization, and Monitoring Our state-of-the-art Critical Care Unit is designed to provide intensive treatment, stabilization, and round-the-clock monitoring for patients facing serious disease or trauma. We’re here when it truly matters.
Our CCU treats the following emergent issues:
- Bleeding disorders
- Respiratory distress
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Heart failure and arrhythmias
- Oncologic emergencies
- Kidney injury and urinary disorders
- Metabolic diseases
Dr. Becky Zaremba & Dr. Danielle Martindale – Your Critical Care Doctors:
Dr. Zaremba and Dr. Martindale bring years of expertise to our critical care unit. They work in tandem with our emergency doctors and technicians to ensure your pet receives the immediate care they deserve.
Highly Trained and Certified Team At IndyVet, we’re proud of our dedicated team of highly trained and certified technicians. They’re specialists in stabilizing and caring for even the most challenging medical cases, giving your pet the best chance for a full recovery.
Expert Support for Post-Operative Patients: We specialize in supporting post-operative patients with critical pre-existing medical conditions such as sepsis, cardiovascular instability, or respiratory compromise. Our skilled critical care staff is exclusively focused on navigating these patients through their crisis to reunite them at home with their loving families.
When your pet’s life is on the line, IndyVet’s Critical Care Unit is your lifeline. Discover world-class care today!
For Our Clients:
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For Our Referring Partners:
Referring veterinarians with patients requiring intensive care for conditions such as severe respiratory compromise, cardiovascular conditions, or metabolic conditions such as diabetic ketoacidosis or Addisonian crisis, can be referred to the critical care unit bypassing general admission through the Emergency Department. Direct referral to the CCU allows critical patients the most immediate treatment for their condition.