All patients must be referred to the Radiotherapy Treatment Center at Atlanta Veterinary Specialists by their primary veterinarian.
If you wish, you can print and fill out the Patient Information Form for the day of your appointment.
Prior to your appointment
Patients are able to come to Atlanta Veterinary Specialists after their general practicing veterinarian has referred them. Once the appointment is made, we will gather all history.
Below is a checklist to help you remember everything required before we do treatment.
- We need a recent Complete Blood Count, Chemistry Profile, and heart rate check. Dr. Bill Brawner will review the medical information and answer any questions that you may have during your consultation.
- Please bring your cat in a carrier. The treated cats do not stay in the carrier during their stay at our hospital, but by law, they must go home in a carrier.
- Unfortunately because of the radiation we are unable to put cat beds in the kennel with the treated cats.
- Please bring a week's worth of your cat's favorite food. We will be happy to prepare it the exact same way you do at home.
- Discontinue any anti-thyroid medications, such as Tapazole/Methimazole at least 1 to 7 days prior to treatment.
On the day of your appointment
Please arrive 15 minutes early to complete any necessary paperwork. If you wish to help speed up the check-in process, you can print and fill out the Patient Information Form.
You may continue feeding as normal, but if you have any questions, please call us at 770-642-9800 to clarify any concerns.
Payment is expected at the time services are provided. Atlanta Veterinary Specialists accepts cash, check, CareCredit, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express.
Atlanta Veterinary Specialists does not offer any delayed billing or insurance filing. All insurance forms must be filled out and submitted by the client. Extended payment options are available through CareCredit.