Maureen Luschini, VMD, DACVECC
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
Maureen Luschini is currently a medical director and criticalist at the Veterinary Medical Center of Central New York. She obtained her VMD at the University of Pennsylvania in 2006 where she graduated cum laude. She then went on to complete a small animal rotating internship at Cornell University.
Following her internship, she was the first resident to complete a small animal emergency/critical care residency at Cornell University, and she obtained board certification in 2010.
She accepted a job at the Veterinary Medical Center of Central New York in 2010, where she built VMC's Critical Care Service, expanded the capabilities of the Emergency Service, and drove to implement a team-based approach to patient care. She also started a small animal rotating internship program in 2011.
She accepted the role as Medical Director in 2012 and became a partner in the practice in 2013. She enjoys implementing new therapies and treatment modalities at her practice, helping to make each service run efficiently to optimize patient care and client satisfaction, and working with her colleagues to unify a multi-specialty approach to each patient. When not working, Maureen enjoys spending time with her husband, Sean, and two sons, Ryan and Ethan. She also enjoys running and spending time outdoors.