PLEASE READ: IMPORTANT CHANGES TO COMPANION ANIMAL EMERGENCY SERVICES as of 05/25/21
In this section:
For individual service email contact information, please click here
- rVetLink Referrall Portal Information - SEE BELOW
- Core One Laboratory Portal Information [including autopsy, digital cytology, flow cytometry, microbiology] - SEE BELOW
- Hemodialysis Guidelines
- Parasitology Laboratory Submission Form
- Teleradiology Consult FAQs
- What to Expect: Soft Tissue Surgery Service (Companion Animal)
- Autopsy Fee information
- Dublin Urgent Care information
- Care Credit Financing Information
- Emergency Exam Fee Waiver Information
- Puppy Information (Behavior Service)
REFERRAL PORTAL INFORMATION:
- rVetLink Portal available for eReferrals and medical records information sharing*
*Please refer to the e-mail Welcome Letter that was sent for your practice's assigned, initial log in information. Should you need assistance, please contact CVM-OSUVETReferralCoordinator@osu.edu or call (614) 292-0950.
Assistance with client accounts and portal submissions is only available during regular business hours.
LABORATORY PORTAL INFORMATION:
For clinical diagnostic laboratory submissions, including autopsy,* microbiology, digital cytology and flow cytometry please use the Core One Portal link below. Click on the specific service link for more information about submissions in each service area.
If you forgot your password or If it is your first time using the portal, please click on the portal link above and enter the email address you typically use when doing business with our hospitals. There is a "forgot your password" button. Hit this button and you will be receive a password recovery link to set up a password, as long as you/your clinic email address is in our database. For a tutorial on how to use the CoreOne portal, please click here and refer to page 2. Please note: a user tutorial for submitting an autopsy request follows the lab portal log in instructions.
For Anatomic Pathology and Autopsy:
If you have questions about submitting an autopsy request, please visit the anatomic pathology section of the VMC web site here
*Animals cannot be accepted for autopsy without prior request from a referring veterinarian. Submitting veterinarians will be billed for autopsy service and will receive autopsy results.
For Clinical Pathology (Flow Cytometry and Digital Cytology):
If you have questions about flow cytometry or digital cytology submissions, please refer to the contact information listed in the guideline links below.
Flow Cytometry Sample Submission Guidelines
Flow Cytometry Sample Submission Form
Digital Cytology Submission Quick Guide
Digital Cytology WORKSHOP TRAINING REQUIRED prior to using this service. Please contact graham.1131 to be added to the list for next workshop.
If you have any questions related to Microbiology submissions, please click here