MASH is proud to offer internal medicine services 7 days a week. Internal Medicine is located in both the MASH Main Hospital at 6565 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90038, and the MASH Outpatient Facility at 6611 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, 90038.
The internal medicine service at MASH is available seven days a week at both the MASH Main Hospital and MASH Outpatient Facility. We offer inpatient hospital services, direct transfer options, after-hours emergency endoscopy, and routine consultations by appointment to meet your pet's particular needs.
A board-certified or board-eligible internal medicine specialist is a veterinarian who has completed advanced training following four years of veterinary school, including a one-year internship followed by a three-year residency. Board-certification involves successful completion of a rigorous comprehensive examination and publication in a peer-reviewed medical journal. Following successful completion of these qualifying steps, the doctor is granted "Diplomate" status and is considered a board-certified specialist in Internal Medicine.
If your pet is experiencing particularly complicated, chronic, or recurrent medical issues, your general practitioner may refer your pet to a specialist in internal medicine. When baseline diagnostic testing does not reveal the cause of your pet's condition, advanced testing might be required in order to obtain an accurate diagnosis and develop a targeted and effective treatment plan. Internists are trained to understand the interactions of all internal organs, and how to safely and effectively treat the underlying cause of your pet's disease safely and effectively. Specialists in internal medicine partner with both the pet owner as well as the patient's primary care veterinarian to monitor the long-term health and recovery of your loved one.
Digital Radiography (X-rays)
Endoscopic retrieval of gastric, esophageal, and nasal foreign bodies
Laparoscopy Liver Biopsy
Ultrasound Guided Fine Needle Aspirates and Percutaneous Biopsies
Bone Marrow Aspirates and Core Biopsies
PEG and Esophagostomy Tube Placement
Laser Ablation of Ectopic Ureters
Minimally-Invasive Treatment of Urinary Stones (Urohydropulsion, Cystoscopic-Basket Retrieval, Percutaneous Cystolithotomies)
Interventional vascular procedures
Tracheal, Bronchial, Ureteral and Urethral Stenting