Sarah Nason

DVM, MRCVS
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Emergency
Emergency Care
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Dr. Sarah Nason was born and raised in the Greater Toronto Area and has had an interest in veterinary medicine from a young age. She began undergraduate studies in Animal Biology at the University of Guelph, before moving on to study in London, England. Sarah graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2017. She began work in Wales initially, before moving to an emergency focused hospital role in Bath, England. Sarah relocated to the west coast in 2021 to be near family and the mountains. Sarah is particularly interested in emergency medicine and critical care. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys spending time with her cat (Phoebe), snowboarding, and hiking.
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Emergency Care

Emergencies happen. When they do, our highly trained emergency veterinary healthcare team is dedicated to helping you and your companion any time of the day. No appointment is necessary. Whenever possible, our veterinarians work in consultation with your primary care veterinarian.

Triage/waiting:

We do everything possible to ensure that every patient receives timely access to veterinary care. Like human emergency rooms, we operate on a triage system – this means that more seriously ill or injured patients are seen before less seriously ill or injured patients. During high-volume times patients with minor ailments and injuries can experience longer wait times.

What happens “in the back”?

At times, potentially seriously injured or ill patients may be taken straight into our hospital’s triage room or treatment areas based on our triage system. These patients will be assess by a doctor immediately and receive life-saving treatment such as fluids and oxygen and/or pain medication when appropriate.

Vancouver Animal Emergency & Referral Centre

2303 Alberta Street

Vancouver, BC V5Y 4A7

Main: 604-879-3737

Fax: 604-733-6340

Hospital Hours:

    Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Referral Services:

By appointment only

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