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WNC's Animal Emergency and Specialty Hospital-Quality Care with Compassion
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- General Info:
- The Regional Emergency Animal Care Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Asheville, NC. Our mission, as a group of compassionate and professional team members, is to provide exceptional emergency health care to the pets of western North Carolina.
- 24/7/365 Animal Emergency and Critical Care Hospital
- Continuous Overnight Patient Monitoring by Doctors and Staff
- Fully Staffed with Skilled and Caring Veterinarians, Technicians, and Client Services Staff Specifically Trained in Emergency Medicine
- Board Certified Surgeon on staff
- Specialist Consultation
- Advanced Emergency Surgeries
- Blood Transfusion Therapy
- Oxygen, Ventilator, and Nebulizer Therapy
- Ethylene Glycol Testing and Treatment
- Snake Bite Treatment/Antivenin Available
- Toxicities/Poisoning Decontamination and Treatment
- ECG Monitoring
- Advanced Imaging (Digital Radiology/Ultrasound)
- State of The Art Blood Analysis Clinical Laboratory
- Payment method:
- amex, check, debit, discover, financing available, visa, master card, cash
- Location: Conveniently located on Brevard Road (Route 191) near the WNC Farmer's Market just off I-40, I-26 and I-240.
- English, Spanish
- Veterinarian Emergency Services, Veterinary Specialty Services, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinarians
Dr. Wood and his crew are extremely professional and caring folks. Our dog required fairly invasive surgery for a cruciate ligament tear and Dr. Wood took lots of time to explain the injury and treatment options. Then, he did a great job doing the surgical repair. Finally, they provided great post-surgery information and advice that is helping us get her back to normal.Share Review
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience. We are glad that your pup is healing, and we hope she stays healthy for a long time!
This was a horrible experience. I could hear the employees laughing and joking around while I was crying in one room, and I could hear my cat howling in pain and fear in another. Absolutely no compassion.Share Review
We are very sorry to hear about your experience with your cat in our hospital. We do realize that voices and sounds carry throughout the hospital, and with a large staff, we are constantly working on maintaining a comforting atmosphere. We are currently investigating ways to make the exam rooms more private, and we are planning an addition to the hospital that includes a comfortable lounge area for our clients who are waiting for updates on their pets. Please free to call us directly with your concerns because we are committed to providing a compassionate experience for worried pet parents.
Horrible Experience. We took our little MinPin to Reach on Sunday afternoon. She has diabetes and could not stop vomiting. We had all medical records with us to make the vet's job easier. Anyway, we waited about 1.5 hours to see Vet. after reviewing records and checking our dog she came up with a treatment plan estimate $1200 to $1500, said they wanted to keep overnight to test blood every 2 hrs. When told we could not afford this, she said "Well if you had Insurance" There w...view moreere Ins brochures all around office. We asked the Vet to please take the most conservative approach till we could get our dog to Our Vet on Monday. She really wasn't to happy about this and told us we could also apply with Care Credit, a finance company that would defer interest for 6 months. We declined and finally after 4 hours of mostly waiting, we left with our dog receiving a shot for vomiting and antibiotic, since she had UTI. Total of $212...They have very expenxive overhead, state of the art equipment and if you can afford their prices, you will get high-end treatment. As for us, it was a miserable experience.view lessShare Review