Emergency & Critical Care

Google Maps location for Homebush NSW

Homebush NSW
250 Parramatta Rd
Homebush
NSW 2140

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Phone:
02 9758 8666

Baulkham Hills NSW
19 Old Northern Rd
Baulkham Hills
NSW 2153

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Phone:
02 9639 7744

Gosford NSW
U3, 401 Manns Rd
West Gosford
NSW 2250

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Phone:
02 4323 3886

Canberra ACT
2 Yallourn St
Fyshwick
ACT 2609

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Phone:
02 6280 6344

Brisbane QLD
Cnr Kessels Rd & Springfield St
Macgregor
QLD 4109

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Phone:
07 3172 0593

 

EMERGENCY HOURS

 

Homebush

250 Parramatta Road, Homebush, NSW

24h Hour Emergency & Specialist Service
CALL: 02 9199 8983

 

Baulkham Hills

19 Old Northern Road, Baulkham Hills, NSW

Open every night
from 7pm - 9am
All weekend from
7pm Friday - 9am Monday
CALL: 02 8999 9803

 

Gosford

U8 A, 356 Manns Rd, West Gosford

24h Hour Emergency & Specialist Service
CALL: 02 4323 3886

 

Canberra

2 Yallourn St, Fyshwick, ACT

24h Hour Emergency & Specialist Service
CALL: 02 6280 6344

 

 

Information For Pet Owners

 

Our Emergency Service

The Animal Referral Hospital has always insisted on excellence in patient care, and this has meant staffing our hospitals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with vets and nurses to care for the patients with whose care we have been trusted.

This has set the standard for specialty care in Australia. At night and weekends, the hospitals are staffed by experienced vets and nurses who constantly communicate with our specialists. The same staff provide an “out of hours” service to clients of other vets throughout Sydney, to provide emergency treatment for their patients and overnight monitoring of critical cases. Our emergency service staffs our ICU at night, and deals with problems such as heart failure, patients hit by car, gastric dilation and volvulus (GDV or bloat), seizures and poisonings.

Unfortunately, we are not equipped to see large animals such as horses.

The emergency service is run in a similar manner to casualty at a human hospital. Upon arrival, the patients are triaged so the cases are seen in order of importance, not necessarily in order of arrival. You will be asked to fill in paperwork with information about yourself and your pet. During consultation with the vet, they will discuss the case history and outline your treatment options and approximate costs for procedures. If your pet is admitted to hospital for treatment, you will be asked to sign a consent form and provided with an initial estimate of costs. You will then need to leave a deposit of 50% of estimated costs for treatment to proceed. The vet will keep in touch with you over the phone during the course of your pet’s stay in hospital. Patients seen through the emergency service are returned to their primary care veterinarian or can be referred to one of our specialists if required.

 

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