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FedEx Airbills Now Available in the Client Portal

The Client Portal, a password protected link on our website to your account, now allows you to print FedEx airbills as you need them rather than using the FedEx billable stamps. The Client Portal is the best place to increase the efficiency of your use of our laboratory services. Call Client Services today at (800)596-7390 to update your password.

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Electronic Requisitions - Win A Prize!

A new option is now available via the Client Portal called Electronic Requisitions. This greatly streamlines the submission process by allowing you to enter in the specific patient information and the tests that are requested. It is a great time saver and ensures accurate information. This option joins the other great functions you can access via the Client Portal on our website including searching for results, obtaining PDF copies of results, ordering supplies, reviewing billing information, and updating your information including email addresses. We are so sure you will like Electronic Requisitions or what we call ER, if you give it a try, you will be entered into a monthly drawing to receive a great prize for you and your coworkers.

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New Season of Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER

Join us in congratulating Dr. Susan Kelleher and Broward Avian and Exotic Animal Hospital on season 7 of Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ER on Nat Geo Wild. Dr. Susan Kelleher is also a valued adjunct professor of the Avian & Wildlife Laboratory. Don’t miss this amazing series!

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Holiday Hours

The Avian & Wildlife Laboratory and the Acute Phase Protein Laboratory will be open throughout the holidays with the exception of December 25 and January 1. Please contact the laboratory at 800-596-7390 with any questions.

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New Publication on Aspergillosis Diagnostics in Penguins

The Avian & Wildlife Laboratory has a publication regarding new options for diagnostics of aspergillosis in the African penguin. This study was completed in collaboration with several participating institutions of the Species Survival Plan as part of the Association of Zoos & Aquariums Saving Animals from Extinction conservation initiative. This paper was published in the latest issue of the Journal of Zoo & Wildlife Medicine.

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