Thank you in advance for your confidence in us. Our goal is to make referrals easy and efficient for you and your staff.

We believe that a strong partnership between the family vet and our specialists leads to the best possible outcome for our patients. We welcome your questions about case referral, case management, and diagnostics. Working collaboratively with you to develop a proactive patient care plan, our entire team will provide cutting-edge diagnostics, therapeutics and surgical procedures. While we are caring for your referred pet, we will strive to communicate with you and your client respectfully, compassionately and comprehensively. With our combined efforts, we will keep you up-to-date on the pet’s progress so that follow-up in your practice is as seamless as possible.

To have your patient seen at Salt River Veterinary Specialists, we ask that you please follow the steps below.

Ask your client to call us at (480) 819-8630 to set up an appointment with the specialist of your choice.

Complete the printable Salt River referral form (download here )

Prior to your client’s appointment with us, please fax or email the patient’s pertinent recent medical records, including lab work, surgery reports, diagnostic results, and current medications.

We welcome emergency transfer cases. If you feel that your patient’s current clinical condition warrants immediate care, please call and discuss the case with one of our specialists or patient care coordinators.

If you need assistance, have questions, or wish to discuss your patient’s case prior to referral, please call our hospital and a member of our staff will be happy to assist you.

Referral Form

  • This information must be available at the time of service or we may need to reschedule the appointment. Thank you for your referral.
  • DVM Information

  • Patient Information

    (If indicated by ultrasound, please select any of the procedures to the right that you would like performed. Some of these procedures may require sedation or anesthesia.)
  • Client Communication

    All clinical findings and images will be provided to the referring veterinarian following the examination. For ultrasounds only, the referring veterinarian is responsible for informing the client of the findings.

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