The Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital for Small Animals is a leading teaching hospital renowned for its cutting-edge facilities and equipment catering to small animal emergencies and treatments. With a focus on advanced care, it boasts a minimally invasive surgery suite, an imaging and treatment center, along with state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment like CT scanners, ultrasound stations, and specialized surgical tools.
Our Rosenthal Imaging and Treatment Center (RITC), the Commonwealth’s only oncology and imaging facility devoted entirely to veterinary medicine, is a 9,200-square-foot facility, housing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and CT-Scan equipment for diagnostics, as well as a linear accelerator for radiation treatment.
Penn Vet was one of the first facilities to have an animal bloodmobile and blood bank, with at least 7,000 canine donors as well as in-house cat donors. The hospital’s animal bloodmobile makes trips to blood drives two to three times a week.