• Dedicated Internal Medicine Veterinarian Joseph Bisignano DVM

    Joseph Bisignano DVM

  • About Joseph Bisignano DVM

    A board-certified veterinary internal medicine specialist, Joseph Bisignano, DVM, provides direct patient care through referrals from general veterinary practitioners and consultations. He sees patients on both an outpatient and hospitalized basis. Providing a wide range of services and procedures, from abdominal ultrasounds and rhinoscopies to foreign-body removals and CT scans, he is familiar with all areas of veterinary internal medicine. Prior to starting this position, Joseph Bisignano, DVM, completed a one-year intensive training program at VCA
    West Los Angeles Animal Hospital as a medicine and surgery intern.

    Dr. Joseph Bisignano began preparing for his career by receiving his bachelor’s degree from New York University. While in school, he maintained a strong interest in marine mammal care and worked as a marine mammal trainer at the Wildlife Conservation Society New York
    Aquarium for a year. Dr. Bisignano also worked as a veterinary technician for St. Francis Animal Hospital. He subsequently received his doctor of veterinary medicine from Western University of Health Sciences.

    Dedicated to gaining as much experience as possible, Dr. Bisignano spent time as a veterinary preceptor for Wildlife Conservation and Immobilization and as a dolphin trainer and veterinary preceptor for Dolphin Quest. He then completed his specialist internship and residency training before beginning his current role.

  • Education

    New York University

    BA (2002 - 2006) in Biochemistry/Psychology

    Dean's List 2002-2006 Thomas G. Labreque SmartStart Scholarship Recipient (full four-year tuition scholarship and pain internship with JPMorgan Chase. Twenty recipients were chosen out of over 1,200 applicants across the 5 boroughs of New York).
     

    Western University of Health Sciences

    DVM (2010)

    - Valedictorian, Class of 2010

    - Award from American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine for an outstanding student interested in pursuing specialty training in Internal Medicine. Called the ACVIM Award for Clinical Excellence

    - Dean's List 2006-2010

    - Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society Member

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