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Trained staff monitor patients carefully around the clock.

Digital radiography enables veterinarians to get crucial diagnostic information quickly.


The Emergency Veterinary Clinic (EVC) provides 24 hour emergency care and continuous critical care for pets who are unstable. The EVC is equipped to handle any pet emergency with speed and skill.

Emergency Care
Emergency care may require placing intravenous catheters, administering IV fluids, pain medications, oxygen therapy and sometimes blood or plasma transfusions. The EVC's in-house laboratory, digital radiography, ultrasound and red blood cell/plasma banks enable veterinarians to get crucial diagnostic information and establish treatment plans very quickly.

24-Hour Critical Care
24 hours a day, the EVC can provide continuous EKGs, oxygen support, fluid pumps, blood pressure monitoring and other advanced procedures for pets in critical condition. Once pets are stabilized, they can be transferred to their primary care vet for follow up care.

Fees
Each patient is charged an initial fee to cover the doctor's examination and consultation. Additional fees may be necessary for diagnostics and treatments depending on your pet's condition. An estimate of these charges will be discussed with you in advance.

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Hours of Operation:
Open 24 hours A Day
Including Weekends & Holidays

Phone:
757-874-8115

Address:
1120 George Washington
Memorial Highway (Route 17) Yorktown, VA 23693

Directions:
Interstate 64 to Exit 258 B
1 mile on right

Ph
one Advice:
Because of the serious and often deceptive nature of critical injuries, the EVC will not dispense medical advice over the phone. Your pet's health is very important to us and an accurate diagnosis is required in order to provide the best care!

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