COVID-19 Updates

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COVID-19 Updates 2020-12-14T19:59:22+00:00
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This information was updated on 12/14/20.


As a result of COVID-19, Bloomsburg Veterinary Hospital will be closed starting Tuesday December 15th, 2020 and will reopen on Monday December 28, 2020. If you are experiencing a medical emergency during that time, please contact your local animal emergency center. Any requests for prescription refills will be addressed only through our online pharmacy. This may be accessed via our website Thank you for your consideration and cooperation during this difficult time. 

At Bloomsburg Veterinary Hospital, we are committed to the health and safety of our patients, their owners, and our employees. Throughout this crisis, our first priority has been the health and safety of our coworkers, clients, and community.  We have been guided by the recommendations of the CDC and AVMA, and PVMA.  With that in mind, and with an abundance of caution, we will continue to provide veterinary care to your family pets by providing curbside care.

At this time the reception area is closed. NO CLIENTS ARE ALLOWED IN THE BUILDING. Our hours have changed. We will now be open Monday – Friday from 7am-7pm and Saturdays from 7am-2pm. These changes will be in effect until further notice. 

Please contact our hospital for detailed instructions about how to prepare for your visit. We ask that when you arrive, you remain in your vehicle and call our front staff at 570-784-6440 so we can further assist you. Please wear a mask when interacting with any staff members. 

We are taking several extra measures around the hospital to aid in the lessening of disease spread.  These include:

1.  Washing our hands every time we interact with another person.

4.  Increasing the amount of times surfaces such as countertops, door handles, keyboards, and phones are cleaned throughout the day.

5.  If any of our team members have a fever, they are being asked to stay home from their scheduled shifts.

We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will continue to update our infectious disease protocol as needed based on information received from the CDC.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact the hospital and know that you and your pet are in good hands with us.