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Emergency patients are seen based upon severity of injury. Life threatening cases are prioritized first, causing long wait times. Please call if your pet’s condition deteriorates while waiting and we will advise. Do not leave your designated parking space while waiting. Once your pet is examined, you will be presented with an estimate of charges and payment will be due at time of service. For your convenience and safety, payments are accepted via our website.

Stacy Simmonds


veterinary care
DVM, DACVECC
Criticalist

Education:
DVM, Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine
BSN, University of Texas, Arlington
Small Animal Rotating Internship, Oradell Animal Hospital
Residency, Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care, Angell Animal Medical Center

Areas of Special Interest:
Sepsis
Trauma
Bleeding Disorders
Renal Cases
Diabetes Mellitus

Professional Certifications & Associations:
Diplomate American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care(ACVECC)

 

Dr. Stacy Simmonds graduated from Texas A&M in 2007 with her DVM. Her internship was at Oradell Animal Hospital in Paramus, NJ, and her emergency and critical care residency were completed at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston, MA.  Dr. Simmonds achieved diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in 2011.  Before joining EAHNWA, Dr. Simmonds worked at a multi-specialty practice in Dallas, TX.  Dr. Simmonds enjoys the variety of patients that emergency and critical care brings. Before attending veterinary school, she practiced human nursing, mostly in the emergency department, and worked in clinical trials for drug development in Austin, TX. Dr. Simmonds’ research, a case report regarding trauma in a dog (Nonsurgical pneumoperitoneum), was published in the October issue of JVECC in 2011.  Outside of work, she enjoys traveling, sports, photography, and spending time with her family and her 2 dogs.