The health of our clients, their animals, and our team remains the MSU Veterinary Medical Center's top priority. At this time, the VMC remains open to all emergency patients. 24/7/365, we are here for you and your animals.
June 1, 2020:
MSU College of Veterinary Medicine leadership has a working reopening plan designed to best support our clinical teams as they continue to serve our patients. This plan hinges on federal, state, and MSU COVID-19 guidelines, as well as the continued hard work and heroism of our clinical teams. More details regarding this plan will be posted as soon as possible.
May 22, 2020:
While regular veterinary services have been permitted to reopen statewide beginning May 29, the MSU Veterinary Medical Center will maintain its current level of operations in order to best protect its clinical staff, patients, and clientele. This means the Hospital will continue to see only emergency and critical care patients at this time. In coming weeks, Hospital administrators will begin implementing a plan to gradually reopen the Hospital to allow for specialty service visits.
March 15, 2020:
Because of the growing number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in our state, coupled with the K-12 school closings, the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine has made the decision to close the Veterinary Medical Center to all non-emergency appointments until further notice. This change will become effective Sunday, March 15 at 11:59 p.m.
The VMC will manage client communications in consultation with the Hospital services. Each service will review appointment lists to determine which cases are emergent. All existing deemed non-emergent appointments after Sunday, March 15 will be postponed and rescheduled when we are able to resume full operation.
The VMC is taking all necessary precautions to keep every human and animal in our community safe during this time. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at (517) 353-5420.