Advanced Veterinary Care Salt Lake City


Name: Advanced Veterinary Care Salt Lake City 

Address: 1021 E  3300 S

Address: Salt Lake City, UT 84106, USA

Phone:  (801) 942-395

Fax : (801) 485-2320



Year Established: 2009

Average Annual Number of Treatments:

Average Annual Number of Patients: 10

   CRRT: Yes   Charcoal Perfusion: No Plasmapheresis:   Yes Apheresis: No Peritoneal Dialysis: Yes


Team Members: Ravi Seshardri, DVM, DABVP, DACVECC
Jeff Simmons, DVM, MS, DACVECC


Ravi Seshardri, DVM, DABVP, DACVECC

Role In Unit:      Doctor
Special Interest: Emergency Surgery, Continuous Renal Replacement, Critical Patient Care
Internship: Madras Vet College, India
Residency: Alternate Track Residency

Dr. Ravi Seshadri was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised primarily in India.  After completing his BVSC degree and a rotational internship at the Madras Veterinary College, he completed equivalency requirements and was licensed in the US in 1989.  He started working in small animal emergency medicine and has worked in specialty referral facilities since 1991.  He completed requirements for ABVP certification in Canine/Feline Medicine in 1996, and an alternate-pathway residency program in Emergency & Critical Care, becoming certified n 1999. Dr. Seshadri has served on the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Credentials Committee and is a current chair of the Exam Committee and a member of the Joint Committee.  Dr. Seshadri’s major professional interests include emergency surgery, continuous renal replacement, and critical patient care.  Dr. Seshadri’s hobbies include motor sports and horseback riding.  He is married with three children.


Jeff Simmons, DVM, MS, DACVECC

Role In Unit:      Doctor
Special Interest:  Acute Renal Failure, Shock, Cardio-pulmonary Disease, Coagulation Disorders
Residency: Auburn University

Dr. Jeff Simmons was born and raised in south Mississippi, the land of hurricanes and sweet tea. He obtained his DVM from Mississippi State University in 2000.  Following two years of mixed animal practice in north Alabama, he completed his residency in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine at Auburn University.  His was retained as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Auburn for another year and then moved on to Purdue University, also as a Clinical Assistant Professor.  During these two years he spent his time teaching students, managing the ICU, training interns/residents, and presenting CE around the country.  With his pack of dogs and pride of domestic lions in tow, he moved to Denver to work as the Emergency Medicine Coordinator and Criticalist in a private referral hospital.  He has recently seen the light and moved to the better side of the Rockies.  Being from the south, his current interests include all the winter sports such as ice hockey, skiing, snowboarding, and shoveling snow.  He also enjoys hiking, camping, and any competitive sport he can still play.