Small Animal Surgery WishList
VHC’s Small Animal Surgery service has a history of excellence and commitment to patients, clients and students.
As a team, we aim to provide advanced surgical options with an understanding and compassionate approach to healing our patients. We provide hundreds of patients each year with a greater quality of life and students, interns and residents with invaluable career experiences.
We have the following WishList that is essential to helping us accomplish our mission and every donation helps us meet our goal. For more information on assisting us with this WishList, please contact Kristin Loving at 785.532.4046 or mail your donation to VHC Development, 103 Trotter Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506 and note “Small Animal Surgery Donation” in the memo.
Dr. Walter Renberg, Professor and Section Head
Small Animal Surgery Small Animal Surgery Remodel $5 million
The current Small Animal Surgery suite in Mosier Hall was constructed in 1979 and requires remodeling to reflect modern work flow and sterility considerations. Remodeling the surgical area would improve conditions of many surgical procedures and efficiencies to accommodate increased surgical case load.
Endowed Small Animal Surgery Faculty Position $1 million
An endowed faculty position will enhance the surgery service and bring top talent to the VHC.
2.4mm Fracture Repair System, $3,500
This system is newly developed and will expand our capabilities to repair fractures in animals such as small dogs and large cats.
Adjustable Clinic Quad Cart, $1,000
A cart with head rest, tow handle, brakes and stirrups for patients that have just had surgery.
McNamara Endowment, Any Amount
This endowment provides annual funding for a national surgical convention for each SAS resident. It pays the tuition and supply costs for the MS program that is combined with the residency at KSU CVM.
Orthopedic Equipment Fund
Support updates to general orthopedic equipment.
Surgery Technician Enhancement Fund, Any Amount
Technicians will benefit from an endowment that provides funds to pay for continuing technician education meeting travel, lodging and other expenses not covered by state funding.