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Welcome to Carnegie Hill Veterinarians
Your Veterinarian in New York, NY
Call us at 212-369-5665
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Alexander Jon Miller, D.V.M. - Director is a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners.
Our mission is to provide you and your pet (s) the best possible care. The staff at Carnegie Hill Veterinarians will always strive to provide comfort and understanding in all activities involving our furry friends. From our intimate meeting area to the thorough discharge information, our intent is to make the pet/human experience as pleasurable as possible. We recognize that each pet and pet owner is unique and therefore require an individualized program of care. This means paying attention to details, listening carefully-communicating and being available for consultation. We are your first source for all your pets needs from proper nutrition and behavior, to when to get a MRI or CT Scan.
One example of the customized care we provide is special drop-off and pick-up times for sick or anxious pets. Another important feature of our pet care is making the client-pet owner part of our team through education: i.e., taking time to demonstrate home care. Our experienced and dedicated staff is ever mindful of the importance of the human-animal bond. Our goal is to combine the art and science of veterinary medicine with compassion and wisdom to bring a complete package of pet care to our community.
There's something you ought to know about your veterinarian Alexander Jon Miller. Chances are, your animal's doctor might never tell you, but you'd want to know: Your veterinarian is one of a very small group of doctors who have earned the title ''Diplomate'' from the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP). What does that mean? It means that your veterinarian made a choice to undergo a very long, very difficult process of additional studies and examination, a process that can take up to three years to complete - to become a Board Certified Specialist.
When the work was accepted and the exam was passed, your veterinarian was awarded the title of Diplomate, It doesn't end there, though. Diplomates must prepare and recertify in their specialty every 10 years.
ABVP Diplomates have proven knowledge and expertise above and beyond what is required to practice veterinary medicine. What's more, they have earned the privilege to specialize in the treatment of one or more categories of animals.
What does all this mean to you? It means that you can rest easy. By having your animals seen by an ABVP Diplomate, you are making sure that they receive expert treatment. Your veterinarian feels a very strong commitment to providing the best possible care. In fact, the only motivation for becoming an ABVP Diplomate Is simply that... Excellence.
Appointments are required but Emergency cases shall always receive top priority followed by Patients with previously scheduled appointments.
We require full payment at the time that services are rendered. For your convenience, we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and cash.
Patient Arrival Policy
For your protection, and that of others, all dogs must be on a leash and properly controlled while in the waiting area or exam rooms.
All cats must be presented in an appropriate cat carrier or on a leash.
Dr. Alexander Miller
New York Veterinarian | Carnegie Hill Veterinarians | 212-369-5665
1707 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10128
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