Lisa Brownlee

DVM, MS, DACVIM
Grey Paw Print
Veterinary Specialist
Internal Medicine
Grey Paw Print

At a Glance

Board Certified:

DACVIM

My Pets:

Lola
Linus
Raven
Al

Dr. Lisa Brownlee grew up Victoria, British Columbia. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and a Master of Science Degree in Developmental Biology from the University of Victoria. After earning these degrees, Dr. Brownlee decided to pursue her love for animals by completing her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) at the University of Saskatchewan.

After completing an internship and residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine at Washington State University, Dr. Brownlee became a board-certified Internist and Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). During her tenure in both private practice and at universities, Dr. Brownlee’s love of animals has inspired her to continue to push the boundaries. Staying current with new, innovative treatments that will better help her patients is Dr. Brownlee’s true passion.

Dr. Brownlee enjoys exploring all that Colorado has to offer with her family. She frequently returns to the West Coast to enjoy friends, family, and the beautiful Pacific Ocean. During downtime Dr. Brownlee loves to relax with her husband, daughter, and son. Her family also includes a Bullmastiff named Lola, a little Chihuahua-Dachshund cross named Linus, a cat named Raven, and a horse named Al.

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Internal Medicine

What is a Board Certified Internal Medicine Specialist?

Internal medicine is a specialty in veterinary medicine concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders involving multiple organ systems. These include various cancers, endocrine, respiratory, gastrointestinal, hematologic, urinary, immune-mediated, infectious, hepatic, neurological, and cardiac related diseases and disorders.

A board certified veterinary internal medicine specialist (called an internist) is a licensed veterinarian who has successfully completed an additional 4-year post-graduate training in internal medicine. An internist usually becomes involved in a case when a family veterinarian requires more information than traditional knowledge or the diagnostic equipment at his disposal provides. After referral, the internist evaluates the patient, consults with the pet owner and referring veterinarian, and makes recommendations for the most appropriate course of action. This often includes diagnostic testing to properly establish the condition(s) present. The internist then determines the possible treatment options. In addition to advanced training, the internist also has direct consultative access to other veterinary specialists in various other disciplines, ensuring the most complete approach to each patient’s medical and surgical needs.

Services Offered

  • Immune-mediated diseases
  • Endocrine diseases
  • Bone marrow disorders
  • Infectious diseases
  • Renal malfunction
  • Hepatic diseases
  • Gastrointestinal disease
Central Victoria Veterinary Hospital

760 Roderick Street

Victoria, BC V8X 2R3

Main: 250-475-2495

Fax: 250-475-1909

Hospital Hours:

    Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Referral Services:

By appointment only

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