Established in 1998, the clinic has provided our residents and their pets with quality emergency services when their regular veterinarians are not available. The Valley Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center currently supports more than 50 area veterinary professionals.
Our qualified and professional staff promise to provide the best care, treatment and support for your pets.
Our mission is to serve our community and referring hospitals by providing quality emergency veterinary care to small animals one patient at a time.
The Valley Emergency Veterinary Clinic (VVERC) was the vision of 19 local veterinarians. This group of veterinarians wanted to provide the highest level of care to their clients' pets. The emergency clinic idea was born and VVERC opened in April of 1998.
In July of 2005, Veterinary Surgical Center (VSC) made VVERC their permanent location in Winchester, offering specialty surgical services to referring veterinarians. VSC is available for consultations and a variety of surgeries; orthopedic, soft tissue and neurology. Post-surgical care is provided by VVERC.
On April 3rd, 2006, VVERC became a 24-hour facility. The clinic is presently staffed with five full-time veterinarians along with many licensed veterinary technicians, assistants and receptionists. Everyone is dedicated to providing the highest standard of care.
In October of 2010, Valley Veterinary Emergency & Referral Center opened the doors to a new state of the art emergency and specialty referral center in Winchester, Virginia. Our center is the first of its kind in our area, providing the best veterinary care for your pets.
In May of 2011, Valley Veterinary Oncology (VVO) and Dr. Rogers Fred III joined VVERC. VVO is an independent specialty practice located within VVERC and focuses specifically on oncology cases offering consultation services, cytology interpretation (in house & referral) and chemotherapy.