Referrals to LAASER
LAASER partners with primary care veterinarians in Los Angeles to assess and treat complicated conditions, handled by our specialized, board-certified and residency trained specialists. We are currently receiving referrals for the following departments:
- Internal Medicine
- Rehabilitation/Integrative Medicine and Acupuncture
- Neurology & Neurosurgery
We value your partnership and want to keep you as updated on the progress of your client and patient’s medical progress throughout the case assessment and treatment progress. In order to serve you best, we utilize an online referral case submission portal. For the swiftest process for your clients and patients, we ask you submit medical records and previously done diagnostics into the portal prior to the client’s appointment. We will help arrange a training with you and your team to set up the portal access.
We will assist you and your team in coordinating the submission of the previous medical records prior to the visit.
Once the client and patient are seen, medical updates, medical records and diagnostic reports are automatically uploaded into the portal so that you are receiving the most up-to-date progress as we complete the visit.
If you want to discuss a referral, please do not hesitate to call us at 323-800-VETS (8387).
To submit an online referral click the link below:
- Is available 7 days a week, during business hours
- Answers any questions you have regarding a potential referral, including costs
- Receives any patient you directly refer during these times
Appointments are scheduled in a timely manner for stable patients needing advanced diagnostics, procedures, specialist consultations. Individual specialists are available during specific appointment times. Please advise your client that the office visit may take several hours, depending upon the diagnostic procedure(s) performed.
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