Melissa Marshall, DVM, Diplomate ACVECC
Veterinarian: Critical Care

Melissa Marshall, DVM, Diplomate ACVECC<br />Veterinarian: Critical Care

  • University of California, San Diego, Bachelor of Science—1990-1994
  • Tufts University, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine—1995-1999
  • Animal Specialty Group, Internship in Small Animal Medicine & Surgery—1999-2000
  • Angell Memorial Animal Hospital, Residency in Emergency
    & Critical Care—2002-2005
  • Joined Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in 2005

Client Lectures

  • Pet First Aid. July 12, 2012. Monmouth County SPCA & RBVH Client Lecture Series.
  • Pet First Aid: A Hands-On Approach. February 23, 2011. RBVH Client Lecture Series.
  • Pet First Aid: A Hands-On Approach. March 11, 2010. October 20, 2010. RBVH Client Lecture Series.
  • Pet First Aid. April 8, 2009. October 8, 2009. RBVH Client Lecture Series.
AAHA Referral Accredited

The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is the only organization that accredits small animal hospitals throughout the U.S. and Canada. AAHA-accredited hospitals are evaluated regularly on approximately 900 quality of care standards. Veterinary hospitals accredited by AAHA must demonstrate an exceptional level of medical care and client service and they are re-evaluated every three years to make sure they are keeping up with industry updates.

Choosing an AAHA accredited veterinary practice for your pet's medical care assures you that the practice has the facilities, equipment, staff, and medical protocols required for high quality care.

Because participating with the AAHA Standards and the Accreditation Program is voluntary, practices that earn AAHA certification have enough confidence in the level of their care to welcome measurement from an outside organization against the most rigorous published standards in the industry. Approximately 3,200 veterinary hospitals in the United States and Canada have made a commitment to meeting the highest standards of veterinary care.