Adding to the services of Dr. Julia Bates, who has been providing mobile internal medicine to the I-94 corridor between Madison and Milwaukee since 2020, MOVES® is now thrilled to offer mobile cardiology services to the I-39/90 corridor from Madison, WI to Rockford, IL by welcoming Lydia Soydan, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology) to the company. Drs. Bates and Soydan will have overlapping services areas in the Madison and Janesville areas of Wisconsin. Request a Meet & Greet with any member of our Wisconsin team to learn more about how MOVES® can serve your general practice or emergency veterinary hospital.
Lydia Soydan, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)
I-39/90 Corridor from Madison to Rockford
Originally from the Northeast, Dr. Soydan was born and raised in a small town in Southeastern Connecticut. She obtained her undergraduate and veterinary degrees from Cornell University in upstate New York, then returned to Connecticut for two years to complete both rotating and Cardiology-focused internships. In 2015, she relocated to the Midwest, completing her Cardiology training with a three-year residency at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Autumn Reidinger is Dr. Soydan’s full-time Veterinary Technician.
Julia Bates, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)
I-94 Corridor from Madison to Milwaukee
Julia A. Bates, DVM, DACVIM is based out of Madison, Wisconsin and serves veterinary hospitals in the Madison and Milwaukee metro areas. She is an internal medicine specialist with strong interests in cardiopulmonary, immune mediated and endocrine diseases. Her clinical research interest is in hypoadrenocortism (Addison’s disease). Dr. Bates, along with other industry colleagues, recently had a retrospective study, “Lower Initial Dose Desoxycorticosterone Pivalate for Treatment of Canine Primary Hypoadrenocorticism,” accepted for publication in the Australian Veterinary Journal.
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