Enio Sanmarti, DVM

Education:
Bachelors of Science – University of California, Davis
Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine – Cornell University
Rotating Internship in small animal Emergency and Critical Care, Surgery and Internal Medicine- Oradell Animal Hospital, Paramus NJ

Why Emergency Medicine:

During the first years veterinary school, I was tracked for Small Animals with special interest in Internal Medicine. Once in my fourth year during clinics, I had my first rotation with Emergency and Critical Care Service and fell in love. I loved the fast pace and challenges of emergent care and critical patients. This new pasion was reinforced during my internship in a very high volume specialty practice in NJ. This passion has continued to flourish in multiple tertiary institutions in South Florida for the past 7 years working alongside and mentored by specialists in different disciplines. I am extremely thankful to now be part of a company that prides in ER medicine and promote our personal growth in this field. Our company excel in providing care for people and their pets when they need it the most.


Dr. Sanmarti grew up in Venezuela. His passion for veterinary medicine started very early and it was fomented when he started volunteering at a local veterinary practice when he was 15 years old. He knew then that veterinary medicine was his career choice. Dr. Sanmarti went to University of California, Davis for his Bachelors in Animal Biology with a minor in endocrinology. He did a few years of research while in undergrad and then after graduation. He found out he was accepted into veterinary school at Cornell University, his dream school. During veterinary school, he was involved in the Student AVMA, SAVMA Symposium, Feline club and co-founder of the ACVIM student chapter at Cornell University. He then pursue a 1 year rotating internship to gain more knowledge in specialty medicine.

Dr. Sanmarti now works for Veterinary Emergency Group. His favorite aspects of being an ER Vet include trauma, procedures, and endocrine and critical care. He loves leadership development, teaching, and mentoring his team in evidence based medicine During his free time, Dr. Sanmarti enjoys the beach and ocean to the fullest. You may find him on the boat, paddleboarding, scuba diving, sailing, or anything water related.

Get to know me

If I were a superhero, my superpower would be:
Breathing underwater and communicating with marine life. I would love to be able to travel the ocean and help marine life. I found the oceans incredible with so much to learn from it.

What are you happiest doing when you’re not working?
Being on or in the water is my nirvana. I also love spending time with family and friends as well as my furry family.

What has been the most rewarding part of your career/position?
Saving lives and helping animals that are suffering. I also love to teach and mentor which I am grateful that my position in Aventura has a heavy emphasis on.

The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is:
Follow your heart, but take your brain with you on the journey.

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