01-04-2011 12:51 PM CET - Health & Medicine
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Dr. Greg Nelson Board Certified as General Practitioner

Press release from: Central Veterinary Associates, P.C.
PR Agency: PRMG
VALLEY STREAM, NY — Central Veterinary Associates, P.C. announced that Dr. Greg Nelson, Senior Vice President, has been named a board-certified general practitioner in Canine & Feline Practice by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP). A rare accomplishment among Long Island veterinarians, Dr. Nelson becomes one of only 400 veterinarians board certified by the ABVP in Canine & Feline Practice in the U.S.

The ABVP certifies veterinarians who demonstrate excellence in species-oriented clinical practice. It is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association to offer species-based certification in different practice categories. ABVP certifies practitioners with exceptional knowledge, skill and competency in the care of the total patient.

ABVP Diplomates are certified in Clinical Practice for the species in which the certification was granted. Clinical Practice as it pertains to veterinarians is the art and science of applying medical knowledge to animals for their care and the alleviation and prevention of their diseases.

Dr. Nelson was selected through a rigorous credentialing and examination process, these veterinarians have shown a mastery of up-to-date clinical medicine and surgery as well as the ability to communicate in a professional and scientific manner. By achieving ABVP certification, practitioners become Diplomates and are fully recognized as specialists under the American Board of Veterinary Specialties, American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). According to the AVMA, there are more than 90,000 veterinarians in the United States.

“I am very proud to have been named as a board-certified general practitioner,” Dr. Nelson said. “This certification allows me to help the animals that are currently in our care. I thank my peers in the veterinary field for bestowing this honor upon me.”

Dr. Nelson graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1996 where he received numerous academic accolades. Since then, he has received both local and national recognition, including the ASPCA’s Presidents Award for Outstanding Veterinarians.

He has continued his education in the fields of radiology and diagnostic imaging and surgery through class study and one-on-one mentoring. He currently resides as the head of diagnostic imaging and head of surgery at Central Veterinary Associates, P.C.

“We congratulate Dr. Nelson on this significant achievement,” said. Dr. Steven Fox, President and Chief Executive Officer, Central Veterinary Associates, P.C. “Very few veterinarians on Long Island are board-certified and we are glad to have one of them on our staff. We are proud of Dr. Nelson on this accomplishment.”

For more information or to make an appointment, call 1 (888) 4CVA-PET (428-2738) or visit www.centralvets.com.

About Central Veterinary Associates, P.C.
Central Veterinary Associates, P.C. is a 24-hour, full-service hospital that provides optimal small animal medicine, including exotic medicine. The main hospital is located in Valley Stream, which provides 24-hour care at its state-of-the-art facility. Central Veterinary Associates also has other convenient locations in Great Neck, Bayside, Forest Hills, Far Rockaway and Belle Harbor. The hospital features intensive care units and intravenous infusion pumps and offers state-of-the-art radiology, endoscopy, ultrasonography, otoscopy and dentistry services. Central Veterinary Associates has over 100 staff members, including 14 veterinarians, as well as a board-certified radiologist and surgeon. For more information, call 1 (888) 4CVA-PET (428-2738) or visit www.centralvets.com.

Hank Russell, Public Relations Director
PRMG
156 North Ocean Avenue
Patchogue, NY 11772
631-207-1057
hrussell@theprmg.com

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