The University of Florida opened the doors to its new $58 million Small Animal Hospital on Nov. 1.
The 100,000-square-foot hospital triples existing space and will afford a more comfortable environment for patient care and teaching, according to college administrators.
The new facility, in addition to larger treatment areas and more examination rooms, will include a linear accelerator, a cardiac catherization laboratory, isolation wards, a hemodialysis facility and an intensive care unit.
To provide clients convenient drop-off access, the primary care veterinary practice shares a separate entrance with the hospital’s 24-hour emergency service. The Small Animal Hospital was designed by Atlanta-based FWAJDB Architects in partnership with Zeidler Partnership Architects.