Mountain Emergency Animal Center is a outstanding emergency vet clinic located in Blue Ridge, GA. They have a full surgical room, ICU kennels, a blood bank, and they keep anti venom on hand at all times. They are fully equipped to deal with any medical emergency your pet may have.
In this video they do a CPR training to show you exactly what you would need to do if your pet goes into cardiac arrest. This is great information for any pet owner.
Mountain Emergency Animal Center
Serving the Tri-State Area (GA, NC, TN)
Call us at 706-632-7879
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Pet emergencies, like human ones, can happen anytime. Your pet’s injuries and illnesses may require immediate attention.
Jasper, GA – A Veterans Affairs (VA) Clinic is coming to East Church Street next to Save-A-Lot Pickens County. It is expected to serve 6,000 veterans a year and is said to open in 2018.
The Atlanta VA Health Care System has entered into a lease agreement with AFTK, LLC that will bring the clinic to Pickens.
The Veterans Health Administration is the largest integrated health care system in the United States, providing care at 1,245 health care facilities, including 170 VA Medical Centers, and 1,065 outpatient sites of care.
VA Clinic’s provide a wide range of services including critical care, mental health, orthopedics, pharmacy, radiology, and physical therapy. In addition, most of the centers offer other medical and surgical specialty services.
Greg Kendall, Atlanta VA Medical Center public affairs officer stated, the Pickens County clinic will provide primary care and mental health services to veterans in Pickens, Dawson, Cherokee, Gilmer, Lumpkin and surrounding counties.
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After almost a full week of searching, the Pickens Sheriff’s Office is set to not just continue, but widen their search area.
According to Captain Kris Stancil with the Pickens Sheriff’s Office, they are distributing fliers for citizens to circulate and post throughout a variety of areas. You can also see the flier below.
However, the flier is just one arm of the increasing efforts of search. Cpt. Stancil has also informed FYN that further assistance will be coming from the Georgia Emergency Management Agency on Saturday in the form of a large number of “trained Search and Rescue teams from all over the state of Georgia.”
Due to the expanded search area and the teams helping, they will begin shuttling these teams to specific grid areas to complete thorough searches before returning and being reassigned.
Cami Ledford sits in for Dr. Whaley on Ask the Doc to speak on kids health in school on the episode of ‘Ask the Doc.’