The Correll Center for Aquatic Animal Health is a state-of-the-art animal health facility with more than 10,500 square feet and was designed by world-class veterinary professionals and conservation organizations.
Currently, The Georgia Aquarium is the only facility that has opened with a program which is an integration of an aquarium and veterinarian teaching hospital. The partnership with the University of Georgia (UGA) Veterinary Teaching Hospital will allow the Aquarium to provide complete aquatic animal pathology program while training veterinary residents, interns and veterinary students. The Aquarium provides the same veterinary diagnostic, medical treatment and surgical services that you would find at the best veterinary teaching hospitals.
The Georgia Aquarium has the largest and most modern aquarium veterinary hospital in the world – facilities that will change the face of aquatic animal medicine. The Aquarium conducts research to improve husbandry methods, develop innovative and exciting new exhibits, contribute to the understanding of the underwater world and apply new discoveries to the conservation of aquatic life. Research is shared with conservation organizations throughout the world, allowing a better understanding and protection of many of the species located at the Georgia Aquarium.
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