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Jamie Koch

Jamie Koch
Emergency Veterinarian
Emergency Care
Jamie Koch
DVM, University of Nebraska Lincoln - Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Jamie Koch graduated from University of Nebraska Kearney in Nebraska with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, and then went on to earn her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Nebraska Lincoln - Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. After graduation, she completed a competitive rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery with VCA Aurora and Berwyn Specialty Hospitals. Her professional interests include all aspects of emergency and critical care medicine with particular interests in traumatic injuries surgery, and wound care.

Dr. Koch lives with her husband, Zach, and their boxer, Mya. In her free time she enjoys playing and watching sports, cooking, reading, and traveling.
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Emergency Care

We hope pets never experience a healthcare emergency or require critical care. Yet, inevitably, we know they will! Our team of experienced emergency doctors and board-certified veterinary emergency and critical care specialists are ready to help your pets in their time of need. A board-certified veterinary emergency & critical care specialist is a veterinarian who completed an internship and residency (an additional 3-5 years of training after graduation from veterinary school) and passed a rigorous examination to achieve board certification in the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC). These doctors have a deeper understanding of life-threatening conditions, including:

  • Shock
  • Traumatic injuries
  • Respiratory distress
  • Poisonings
  • Seizures
  • Diabetic crises
  • Acute organ failure

Any of the following situations can be considered an emergency:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Ingestion of a foreign object, drug, poison or unknown substance
  • Bleeding or unexplained bruising
  • Blood in vomit, feces, and/or urine
  • Severe vomiting, retching, and/or diarrhea
  • Swollen, hard, and/or painful abdomen
  • Serious wound
  • Broken limb(s)
  • Any injury to the eyes
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Seizures
  • Inability to move or sudden weakness
  • Unusual or erratic behavior
  • Signs of extreme pain
  • Straining to urinate (especially a male cat)
  • Labor that does not progress
  • Prolonged heat exposure, overheating, or heat stroke
  • Snake bite

Our hospital offers 24-hour supervision of critically ill pets. Just as in human hospitals, we have a dedicated Intensive Care Unit (ICU) equipped to provide oxygen therapy, cardiac monitoring, advanced imaging (i.e.: ultrasonography, CT scans), blood transfusions, and nutritional support. To help ensure pets receive the best possible healthcare, our emergency and critical care doctors communicate extensively with family veterinarians to ensure your pet’s primary care team always knows what’s going on regarding your pet’s medical progress.

Our Emergency Care Team

Lead Emergency Veterinarian
Emergency Veterinarian
Emergency Veterinarian
Emergency Veterinarian
Veterinary Specialist - Emergency
Emergency Veterinarian
Emergency Veterinarian
Emergency Veterinarian
Emergency Veterinarian
VCA MidWest Veterinary Referral & Emergency Center

9706 Mockingbird Drive

Omaha, NE 68127

Main: 402-614-9000

Fax: 310-442-4429

Hospital Hours:

    Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Specialty Hospital Hours:

- Call for appointment availability
Internal Medicine
- MON-FRI: 8:00am-5:00pm
- TUES-FRI: 8:00am-5:00pm
- MON-THUR: 8:00am-5:00pm

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