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Fiona Scholz, BSc BVMS MANZCVS achieves Diplomate status with the American College of Veterinary Dermatology

She began her residency in 2014 and completed the program December 31, 2016

November 27, 2017 – PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA - Animal Dermatology Clinic is delighted to announce that Dr. Fiona Scholz successfully completed the certifying examination in dermatology of the ACVD on her first attempt and is the seventh Australian to achieve Diplomate status in the American College. Fiona graduated from Murdoch University Veterinary School, Western Australia in 2011. She then completed a one-year rotating internship in internal medicine and oncology at Perth Veterinary Specialists in 2012. In 2014 she began her dermatology residency training at Animal Dermatology Clinic - Perth and completed the program in 2016. She will continue her career at Animal Dermatology Clinic – Perth.

“I am honoured to now be a part of the esteemed group of veterinary dermatologists from the American College. I look forward to continuing to learn from my colleagues at Animal Dermatology Clinic and provide competent, compassionate care to our patients using the most up-to-date knowledge and techniques. It is an exciting time to be a veterinarian in specialty medicine,” says Dr. Scholz.

About Animal Dermatology Clinic
Animal Dermatology Clinic specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies and skin and ear disease in dogs, cats and horses. Specialised services include allergy testing, immunotherapy, video otoscopy, and CO2 laser therapy. ADC-Perth has two locations in Western Australia including the Murdoch University Veterinary School and Perth Veterinary Specialists in Osborne Park.

ADC also operates satellite clinics in Albany, Geraldton, South Hedland, Kalgoorlie and Broome. Dr. Scholz receives cases at Murdoch (+61 08 9360 7387) and at Perth Veterinary Specialists. (+61 08 9204 0400).

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