Veterinary care provider NVA Compassion-First plans to open a large emergency and specialty care veterinary hospital in Vancouver this summer.
The future Pacific Northwest Pet ER & Specialty Center is under construction at 815 S.E. 160th Ave, taking over the space that until two years ago housed a Whole Food Market. NVA Compassion-First is aiming for a July opening, according to Doug Hoffman, the company’s vice president of facilities and infrastructure.
The hospital will offer 24-hour emergency care and a wide variety of specialty services including cardiology, oncology and surgery, as well as an array of imaging options including ultrasounds, CT scans and MRIs.
“Pretty much anything they can do on the human side, we can do on the veterinary side,” Hoffman said…
Pacific Northwest Pet ER & Specialty Center is currently providing referral only Emergency and Critical Care services.
All patients will need to be seen by the primary veterinarian and a direct transfer made between your doctor and our ER team members. We cannot accept walk-in emergencies at this time.