When your pet has an emergency we understand how alarming that is!
Established in 1975 as Peninsula Emergency Veterinary Clinic (PEVC), PARC emergency provides 24-hour emergency critical care for pets. The in-house laboratory, digital radiography, ultrasound, and red blood cell/plasma banks enable our emergency clinicians to get crucial diagnostic information and establish treatment plans very quickly. Because we are a 24-hour emergency and specialty care facility, your pet will have access to board certified specialists without unnecessary delays.
Should your pet require hospitalization, our team of emergency clinicians, licensed veterinary technicians, and critical care trained veterinary assistants and receptionists are on site 24 hours a day ensuring safety and comfort for your loved one. Once your pet is stabilized, they can be transferred to your primary care veterinarian for follow-up care. We value the human-animal bond and are dedicated to providing compassionate emergency care.
Our goal is to keep you informed of your pet's condition and to provide the best medical care. In addition, we will keep your primary care veterinarian informed of all medical and diagnostic results that your pet receives.
Keith Frickey, D.V.M.
Dr. Keith Frickey, received his Doctorate of Veterinary medicine from the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine in 1985. Dr. Frickey has worked the majority of his career in Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Medicine. When not working, Dr. Frickey enjoys fishing, boating, biking and at times helping his wife, who tours nationally as a Children’s Entertainer, promoting the fun and excitement of the sciences to elementary age children.
Dr. Schneide received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in 2018. She enjoys photography, traveling and meeting new people. Her favorite thing to do is spend time adventuring outdoors with her partner Ben, and their old black lab ‘Bo’.
Dr. Childers received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee in 2017. She has done veterinary mission trips both overseas and in the United States. She has spent the past year in general practice but is very excited to be back in the field that she loves- Critical Care Medicine! She has an almost 2-year-old male German shepherd, Hunter, which she loves to go hiking, walking, and jogging with.
Heidi Breeze,M.Ed., D.V.M.
Dr. Breeze received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University in 2006 completing her final clinical year at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Breeze is passionate about bringing veterinary care to remote regions of the world and finds it a rewarding experience to work in these places and also a good reminder of how fortunate she is to be able to practice high quality medicine when she is back home. Outside of practicing medicine she enjoys running, biking, swimming, sailing, standup paddle boarding, and hiking with her boyfriend and her adorable super mutt, Raven.