Bahamas Atlantis Paradise Island 2024
February 1 - 3, 2024
Internal Medicine – Dr. Robert Armentano
TBD – Dr. TBD
Earn your 15 hours of RACE approved credits in Veterinary Medicine while enjoying a beach vacation at the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort in the Bahamas. The Atlantis is known as the water playground of the Bahamas. You can swim with dolphins and enjoy all the water activities.
Atlantis is the largest water playground in the Bahamas. You can swim with the dolphins; sun up with the sea lions; dip and discover the largest water park in the Eastern Hemisphere; explore Nassau; win in the casino; and, enjoy every water and sunshine activity the Bahamas offers!
February 1, 2024
February 2, 2024
February 3, 2024
Atlantis Paradise Island resort
Referring Code/Group Name: VetVacationCE
Room Rate: Run of House $229+12% VAT and 11.2% Resort tax plus additional fees. We have secured a special resort fee of $40 + VAT (normally $59). Total room fee per night including all taxes and fees is about $350 for 2 adults. $50 extra per person over 12, maximum 4 per room. Gratuities: Bellman fee $6 per person, Pool attendant $1.60 pp/pn, housekeeping $5 pp/pn.
Accommodations are limited at this special rate and this block will sell out. Please book and register early! The last day to reserve a room is January 2, 2024.
Arrangements have been made so you can extend your vacation 3 days before and/or after your destination seminar at the same rate if rooms are available at the property. Call early to secure your choice of rooms.
Fly into Nassau (NAS) for ground transfer to Atlantis. Shuttles, taxis and rental cars are available. Most US airlines serve Nassau.
Atlantis does not provide shuttle service to and from the airport, please see below for our recommended partner. Additional information can be provided upon request.
Dr. Robert Armentano, DVM, ACVIM
Dr. Robert Armentano is board certified in small animal internal medicine. He is a Chicago native and did his undergraduate studies in animal sciences at the University of Illinois. After obtaining early admission into veterinary school he completed his training at the University of Illinois as well. After his DVM degree he continued his training at the University of Florida for a rotating internship and internal medicine residency. Dr. Armentano has engaged in many speaking opportunities including Chicago news updates on emerging infectious diseases including blastomycosis, leptospirosis and canine influenza. Dr. Armentano has participated in prospective research, published book chapters and is actively participating in research trials.
Dr. Armentano currently works at the Veterinary Specialty Center in the Chicagoland area. He lives with his wife and four-legged friends (2 dogs). Dr. Armentano enjoys travel, the Chicago Cubs (Go Cubbies) and endurance sports including marathons and triathlons.
1. The diagnostic and therapeutic approach to primary and opportunistic, systemic fungal infections
2. The lepto suspect: a disease overview and lit review
3. Tick-borne diseases of the 4Dx -A review of tick-borne diseases in dogs and cats
4. FUO: fever of unknown/unsure/undiagnosed origin
5. Update on gastroprotectants in dogs and cats
6. The increased ALT: a practical approach to liver testing and sampling
7. Medical management of acute and chronic liver disease in dogs and cats
8. Diagnosis: open for small intestinal thickening- causes include IBD versus lymphoma
9. The occult Cushingoid dog: to treat or not to treat