24 Hour Emergency Vet Hospital: Philadelphia, PA

I Need a 24 Hour Emergency Vet Hospital

24 hour vet emergency hospital: Philadelphia, PA

 

Hopefully, you will never make that statement. But if you do, you absolutely should know where the closest 24-7 emergency vet hospital is and how to get there.

There are two 24 hour emergency vet hospitals in Philadelphia: Penn and VSEC. But they may not be that close if you live near Southwest or Northeast Philadelphia,.

I also found 5 emergency vet hospitals in surrounding counties. Two of them are in New Jersey, the other 3 are in three different counties bordering Philadelphia.

If you need a map for a specific emergency vet hospital RIGHT NOW, then click on the hospital name below to go directly to the map for that location:

Click the word “Directions” at the top left of the map. That will open a Google Maps tab. Then enter your Start Location to get directions to the hospital.

 

Philadelphia Emergency Vet Hospitals

Penn Vet

Penn Vet is located on the University of Pennsylvania campus.

Note: You can not drive up to the main entrance and park. So it would be better to have someone drive with you and drop you off. Otherwise, park as close as you can regardless of whether or not you will get a parking ticket. Hopefully, you won’t get towed.

3900 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 746-8911
Go to the Penn Vet map.

 

VSEC Philadelphia

The VSEC Philadelphia emergency vet hospital is located in the Pennsport neighborhood.

1114 S. Front Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(267) 800-1950
Go to the VSEC Philadelphia map.

 

Pennsylvania Emergency Vet Hospitals Outside of Philadelphia

VSEC Conshohocken

The VSEC Conshohocken emergency vet hospital has an address of Ridge Pike, but it looks like the building is off of Ridge in an industrial park. Their hospital is about 45 minutes from my location in the Art Museum area. So this might only be a closer option if you live near the Roxborough and Chestnut Hill neighborhoods.

625 Ridge Pike, Building B
Conshohocken, PA 19428
(484) 567-7999
Go to the VSEC Conshocken map.

 

Keystone Vet

Their hospital is about 35 minutes from my location in the Art Museum area. The closest Philadelphia neighborhoods are Cobbs Creek and Overbrook.

1200 West Chester Pike
Havertown, PA 19083
(484) 454-5412
Go to the Keystone Vet map.

 

Hickory Vet

Their hospital is about 45 minutes from my location in the Art Museum area and slightly north of VSEC Conshohocken. The closest Philadelphia neighborhoods are Roxborough and Chestnut Hill.

2303 Hickory Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
(610) 828-3054
Go to the Hicky Vet map.

 

New Jersey Emergency Vet Hospitals Outside of Philadelphia

Northstar Vets

Their hospital is about 25 minutes from my location in the Art Museum area and slightly northeast of Cherry Hill. The closest Philadelphia neighborhoods are Port Richmond and Bridesburg (use the Betsy Ross bridge), or Old City (use the Ben Franklin Bridge).

2834 Route 73N (or NJ-73)
Maple Shade, NJ 08052
(609) 259-8300
Go to the Northstar Vet map.

 

Red Bank Vet Hospital

Their hospital is about 30 minutes from my location in the Art Museum area and is farther north than Northstar Vets. The closest Philadelphia neighborhoods are Port Richmond and Bridesburg via the Betsy Ross bridge.

2051 Briggs Road
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
(856) 429-4394
Go to the Red Bank Vet map.

 

Click  “Directions” at the top left of the map to open a new tab and get directions to the hospital using Google Maps.

Penn Vet Philadelphia

VSEC Philadelphia

VSEC Conshohocken

Keystone Vet

Hickory Vet

Northstar Vets

Red Bank Vet Hospital

 

I hope this article helps you if you are ever in need of an emergency vet hospital. Though I sincerely hope you never need one. If you are looking for a veterinarian, I have an article on 32 vets in Philadelphia that you may be interested in reading. I include the Yelp & Google review ratings.

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