Aspen, Colorado 2024
August 28 - 30, 2024
Cardiology - Dr. Camden Rouben
Internal Medicine - Dr. Brigitte McAtee
Learn about veterinary Cardiology and Internal Medicine while enjoying a dream vacation in Aspen, CO. Summer in Aspen is pure magic! Explore the John Denver Sanctuary or mountain bike up the Elk Camp Gondola, Road bike to Maroon Bells and Ashcroft or Hike the Ute Trail. There is something for everyone!
August 28, 2024
August 29, 2024
August 30, 2024
Referring Code/Group Name: VETVAC2023
Room Rate: $250 for Studio King Residence or $350 for a 1 Bedroom suite +14.3% tax plus $45 +10.4%tax resort fee per night
This is a smoke free facility. Violation will require a cleaning fee.
Resort fee includes:
Pre-scheduled round trip airport shuttle transfers to/from Hotel to Aspen Airport with 24-hour notice prior to pickup
Wi-fi access in guestrooms and public spaces
Complimentary Fitness Studio access
Coffee and espresso available in each residence
Seasonal refreshment service in Lobby each afternoon
Local Snowmass Village ground transfers based on availability
Contracted room rates will be offered three (3) days pre-program, based on availability. Post-program rooms will be offered a 15% discount off current rates at the time of booking and based on availability
Complimentary wifi in the guest rooms and meeting space
Cancellation and Guarantee Policy:
1 night room and tax refundable deposit taken at booking. Full and final payment taken 30 days prior to arrival. Cancel Policy
Full non-refundable payment due 30 days prior to arrival, cancel outside of 30 days of arrival for full refund.
Rooms are limited at this special rate. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Charleston.
The Hotel will charge $55.00 per car, per parking space, per day for valet parking.
Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE)
Aspen/Pitkin County Airport is just 3 miles from the town of Aspen and 6 miles from Snowmass Village. With service from United and American Airlines, it offers direct flights to Denver, Chicago (O'Hare), San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas / Ft.
DEN 3.5 hour drive
Camden Rouben, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)
Born in the Bluegrass State of Kentucky, Dr. Camden Rouben caught the veterinary medicine bug at the age of 15 when he first began assisting at his local veterinary clinic. After veterinary school at Auburn University, Dr. Rouben completed a rotating internship at VCA Aurora in Illinois, followed by a cardiology residency at the University of Florida where he received specialty training in medical and interventional management of canine, feline, equine, food animal and exotic animal cardiac disease. He achieved Diplomate status of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Cardiology) in 2022. He is currently working at a busy private practice referral hospital in Charlotte, NC. His primary interests in this specialty are interventional cardiology, congenital heart diseases and reptile cardiology. His hobbies include anything/everything outside, travelling, and all things soccer/football.
1. Seizure Versus Syncope
2. ECGs for GPs
3. I Just Heard a Murmur, What Do I Do?
4. Managing Complicated Heart Failure Patients - When Furosemide Is Not Enough
5. Diet Associated Cardiomyopathy
6. Updates on Feline Cardiomyopathy: Realistic Expectations, Medications, and More!
7. Managing Complicated Heart Failure Cases: Case Based Lecture (75 minutes)
Brigitte B. McAtee, DVM, DACVIM (Internal Medicine)
Brigitte McAtee, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), is a Board-Certified Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialist at MedVet New Orleans. Dr. McAtee earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University. Following her graduation from veterinary school, Dr. McAtee completed a yearlong rotating internship at the Louisiana State University of Veterinary Medicine and a three-year internal medicine residency at Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. She is currently working at a busy private practice referral hospital in New Orleans, LA. Her primary interests include gastrointestinal diseases, liver diseases, immune mediated diseases and all things dealing with older kitties! Outside of work she loves celebrating the many festivals in New Orleans, crafting/making costumes, running, biking around the city and traveling.
1. Updates on FIP Treatment in Cats
2. Canine Chronic Enteropathies
3. Updates on Diagnosis and Treatment of Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia - 75 minutes
4. Elevated Liver Values—What Do They Mean??
5. Treating Specific Liver Conditions
6. Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease
7. Updates in Treatment of Canine Pancreatitis