Emergencies: 919-513-6911
  • Specialty Care at NC State's Veterinary Hospital

    Just as your own primary care physician may feel the need to refer you to the care of a specialist from time to time, your Primary Veterinarian may feel your pet needs a specialty hospital to help diagnose or treat a complicated medical problem.

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  • 24/7 Emergency Care

    We offer emergency & triage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, year-round. If you have an emergency or would like to refer a patient to our triage center please call 919-513-6911 for small animal including exotics or for our Large Animal Emergency Service call 919-513-6630.

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  • Equine Health Services

    Our Equine Veterinarians see patients from NC, SC, VA and all over the United States. Services include: Equine Medicine, Surgery, Ophthalmology and Theriogenology.

    For Equine Emergencies call 919-513-6630

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  • Small Animal Services

    Our specialty referral services partner with your Primary Veterinarian for the diagnosis and treatment of complex medical issues for companion animals including dogs, cats, avian and exotic small animals.

    For Small Animal Emergencies please call 919-513-6911

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  • Exotic Animal Medicine

    Our Exotic Animal Medicine Service (EAMS) sees both primary care and referral cases, with an emphasis on birds, small mammals, non-venomous reptiles, fishes, and amphibians.

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  • Support Us

    Here at the CVM, we are training a new generation of veterinarians, exploring new treatments and pioneering new technology. We cannot be our best without the help and support of friends like you.

    Help Us in Our Mission

Call 919-513-6911 for Small Animal Emergency & Critical Care. We are open 24/7, 365 days a year.

Emergency Information

Veterinarians can schedule referral appointments directly to each specialty service by phone or online.

Refer Patient

Clients can schedule appointments directly to each specialty service after a referral has been given by phone.

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The VH is centrally located in Raleigh off of I-40, across from the State Fairgrounds. Click here for directions.

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NC State Veterinary Hospital
1052 William Moore Dr.
Raleigh, NC 27607