I tried calling around to a few other vets in town. Apparently Schoenborn is mobile and serves multiple clinics. Consequently, I can't seem to get a hold of him directly. I put a call into Dr. Fish to confirm that we're seeking the same radiologist. He won't get in until 10.
Dr. William C. Schoenborn, Board Certified RadiologistSkeletor has been eating heartily on the steak and green bean soup I made for him. I've been feeding him many small meals in hopes of helping him keep it all down. So far, so good.
Dr. Bill Schoenborn is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology. He received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University (1994), following which he completed a Small Animal Internship at the University of Minnesota (1995). Before deciding to pursue a career in radiology, Dr. Schoenborn was a small animal practitioner in Syracuse, NY for four years (1995-1999). In 1999 he applied for and was accepted into the radiology residency program at the University of California at Davis. After completing his residency and passing the board exams, he was awarded Diplomate status by the American College of Veterinary Radiology in 2002.
Diagnostic imaging often plays a pivotal role in many clinical cases, both surgical and medical. Dr. Schoenborn's primary goal is to advance pet health care by consulting with area practitioners and providing diagnostic imaging expertise (ultrasound exams, ultrasound guided biopsies and radiographic interpretations).
Dr. Schoenborn was born and raised in New York but spent five years in northern California (San Francisco Bay area) prior to relocating to Jacksonville and establishing First Coast Veterinary Imaging, P.A. He and his wife immensely enjoy spending time with their young son and vicariously re-discovering the world through a child's eyes. Dr. Schoenborn enjoys golfing, swimming, most professional sports and The Sopranos. His motto is "I'd rather be mowing grass than shoveling snow"!
He's now taking 3 different medications. Cephalexin to fight infection, Enalapril to lower his blood pressure and make it easier on his struggling heart, and Prednisone to lower the chances of an auto-immune reaction.