Animal Emergency & Specialty Center Hosts Free Continuing Education Event

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Saturday, April 29, marks the first in the continuing education series hosted by Animal Emergency & Specialty Center with dinner, drinks, and lectures by Dr. Lisa Sams Ebner. This marks the first opportunity this year for veterinarians to acquire 3 credit-approved continuing education hours at no charge!

Dr. Lisa Sams Ebner is the assistant professor of anesthesiology at Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine. She will deliver two lectures on the topics of “What’s New in the Anesthesia and Analgesia World?” and “Dealing with Anesthetic Complications… What’s Your Plan?” Dr. Ebner is an authority on the latest best practices in anesthesiology. This event is offered to veterinarians in the greater Chattanooga area.

Animal Emergency & Specialty Center of Chattanooga now offers quarterly continuing education to be your #1 resource for continuing education in the region. Regular education events are held for the area’s veterinary technicians as well.

To attend the April 29th event at 6 p.m. at 901 Lindsay in Chattanooga, RSVP to Dr. Nikki Branam at 423-822-8304. We hope to se you all there!

Mark your calendars for the next continuing education events brought to you by Animal Emergency & Specialty Center of Chattanooga. The next two events for veterinarians will be June 15 and August 26. Stay tuned for more.

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