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Welcome to Coats Veterinary Hospital
Rocky Mount, NC
Call us at 252-407-1616
Coats Veterinary Hospital is a full service animal hospital that also offers boarding, grooming, doggie daycare, and an online pharmacy for your convenience. Doctors see ill and well care patients on a walk-in basis from 8am thru 5:30pm weekdays and from 8am thru noon on Saturdays. We are closed the 2nd Wednesday of every month for a staff meeting from 11:30-1pm for everything except emergencies. Please call to schedule an appointment for surgery, grooming, boarding, and doggie daycare.
At Coats Veterinary Hospital our core values are:
1. We are joyful about our field of work and strive to do the best we can every single day within a spirit of joy.
2. We are compassionate and truly care about each and every pet with which we have the privilege of working.
3. We endeavor to make personal connections and build lasting relationships with all of our clients.
4. We focus on high quality medicine while attending to the needs of our patients and their owners.
5. We support our clients in their thought process and decision making, our patients in their care, and our team in their life's journey.
We strive to live each of the above values and provide excellent customer service and patient care to each and every client. Thank you for choosing Coats Vet and we look forward to continuing to serving you.
Coats Veterinary Hospital is one of less than 18 percent of North American veterinary hospitals accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). AAHA accreditation means that we meet strict standards for excellence in all areas of patient care, surgery and sanitation. Regular AAHA evaluation assures you of the highest quality care each and every time you trust your pet to our team of professionals.
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