The Animal Medical Center

aka Schwarzman AMC   |   New York, NY   |  http://www.amcny.org

Mission

The Schwarzman Animal Medical Center is dedicated to providing compassionate and collaborative care to animals and to leading the advancement of veterinary medicine through innovative clinical research and education.

Ruling year info

1944

President and Chief Executive Officer

Kathryn Coyne

Main address

510 E 62nd St

New York, NY 10065 USA

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EIN

13-5505367

NTEE code info

Veterinary Services (D40)

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Programs and results

What we aim to solve

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Maintaining the health of companion animals strengthens the profound connection between people and their pets. We are dedicated to providing compassionate and collaborative care to animals and to leading the advancement of veterinary medicine through innovative clinical research and education.

Our programs

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Veterinary care, research and education

The Schwarzman Animal Medical Center includes several divisions: the Mamdouha and Elmer Bobst Hospital, the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Institute for Postgraduate Education, the Caspary Research Institute, the Cancer Institute the the Chris and Bruce Crawford Feline Health Institute, the Emilia Saint-Amand Krimendahl Institute for Trauma Care, the Ann and Charles Johnson One Health Institute, and the Usdan Institute for Animal Health Education. We also provide indispensable community services such as counseling to pet owners through the Human-Companion Animal Bond division. Furthermore, financial assistance programs are available to those people demonstrating a financial need and qualifying through application.

Population(s) Served
Adults

Where we work

Goals & Strategy

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AMC strives to provide compassionate care for companion animals in order to protect and strengthen the profound connection between people and their pets. We offer free and subsidized care for those who cannot afford the full cost of care. Our compassionate programs and charitable funds include financial assistance to low-income seniors; wellness and preventive veterinary care for the working guide dogs of visually impaired clients; free or subsidized care for animals requiring urgent or emergency treatment in cases where owners are facing financial difficulties, and free critical specialty treatments to animals rescued by non-profit groups when the animal's health presents an obstacle to their adoption. AMC's Institute for Postgraduate Education offers advanced training for veterinarians through internships and residencies at our hospital with a large and diverse caseload. Our research on naturally-occurring diseases leads to advancements in prevention and treatment modalities. Collaboration with counterparts in human medicine enables us to better understand, diagnose, treat and help prevent illness. We also serve as a reliable source of information to educate our clients and the general public about animal health issues.

Board-certified veterinarians in 20 specialties, including cardiology, dermatology, interventional radiology and endoscopy, exotics, ophthalmology, dentistry, surgery and oncology, work collaboratively under one roof to provide the highest quality care. Schwarzman AMC's large caseload of diverse and often complicated cases offers interns and residents a unique opportunity to participate in a collaborative learning environment under the guidance of experienced staff in 17 medical specialties and services. Schwarzman AMC veterinarians work to understand the origins of diseases, to develop preventive measures and ultimately to achieve cures. Through our Caspary Research Institute, our doctors conduct clinical investigations of naturally occurring diseases in pets, often in collaboration with physicians studying the same illnesses in humans in pursuit of evidence-based understanding of the disease process. Through our Usdan Institute for Animal Health Education, AMC offers important relevant and timely information to promote, improve and defend the health and well-being of companion animals and humans through seminars, lectures, social media and dissemination of informational brochures.

AMC has over a century of experience providing cutting-edge treatment for companion animals. Our team of nearly 100 veterinarians provides medical care for nearly 60,000 patient visits annually in 20 specialties and services and our hospital is one of the largest teaching hospitals in the world. AMC's patients benefit from collaborative treatment options available to them under one roof. Our interdisciplinary team approach is a unique and coordinated care model, ensuring the best possible outcome and quality of life for the pets we serve. AMC is dedicated to pioneering effective therapies, seeking safer and more accurate methods to diagnose illnesses, and advancing medical and veterinary knowledge. We have a state-of-the-art facility to provide expert care for pets that need emergency and critical treatment and are a verified Veterinary Trauma Center. Our cancer center provides an integrative and centralized approach, utilizing the most innovative treatmets to prevent, diagnose and care for animals with cancer. Our interventional veterinarians provide non-surgical treatment options currently used in humans to provide alternatives for patients for whom conventional therapies are declined or not indicated. Our integrative and rehabilitative medicine services combines conventional approaches with complementary and alternative medicine therabpies in order to reach the best possible outcomes.

In 2021, AMC provided nearly $5 million in free or subsidized care through our compassionate programs and community funds. Our Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Institute for Postgraduate Education has graduated over 2,500 interns and residents in its 58-year history. We see nearly 60,000 patient visits each year in our specialty hospital which is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our Caspary Research Institute has lead to groundbreaking advancements in defining new diseases, developing diagnostic tests and advancing therapies for naturally occurring diseases in animals.

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Financials

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The Animal Medical Center

Board of directors
as of 2/2/2022
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Board chair

Mr. Robert Liberman

Mr. Robert Liberman

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Mrs. Kenneth Langone

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Mrs. David Schiff

Organizational demographics

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Leadership

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