Iowa State University
A major expansion of the Small Animal Hospital at the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine was completed this summer. This project added more than 17,000 square feet of new space and renovate more than 88,000 square feet of space in the existing building. This follows construction of the 108,000 square foot, $48 million equine and food animal hospital completed in 2008. Both hospitals are part of the Dr. W. Eugene and Linda Lloyd Veterinary Medical Center.
The Dedication Ceremony for the new hospital will be held Wednesday, Sept. 12, at 4:30 p.m. Please use Entry A off S. 16th in Ames (hospital entrance).
The Small Animal Hospital at the Lloyd Veterinary Medical Center is a state-of-the-art facility that continues the tradition of outstanding diagnosis, treatment and care provided by outstanding veterinarians, faculty, staff and students, all dedicated to protecting and improving animal and human health.
The new hospital is double the size of the older Small Animal Hospital through renovations to spaces vacated when large animal services moved to the new large animal building and by constructing new space.
The facility includes new and updated:
• Exam and treatment rooms
• Species-specific waiting rooms
• Intensive and emergency care
• Laboratories, rehabilitation and pharmacy
• Imaging, surgery and anesthesia suites
• Rounds rooms; faculty and staff offices
A number of opportunities exist for donors to identify and sponsor named spaces within the new Small Animal Hospital. Click here for list of naming opportunities.
For more information contact:
Ryan Harms, Senior Director of Development
Vacant, Director of Development