About Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital
An Ethos Veterinary Health Hospital
Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital is a Level 1 24-hour emergency/critical care and specialty veterinary hospital dedicated to providing compassionate medical care to the dogs and cats entrusted to our care. We understand that your pet is a part of your family and we strive to treat you and your pet with the utmost empathy and respect for your relationship and bond.
Our veterinary team is committed to maintaining regular and open lines of communication with yourselves – the pet owner – and your family veterinarian. We are proud to provide our clients with timely access to the most advanced veterinary specialists and emergency services available today. At Mass Vet, you can rest assured that your pet is always in the reliable care of an experienced veterinarian.
Together, our team works to ensure that patients receive the best care and follow-up treatment possible by maintaining communication with your referring veterinarian.
Open 365 days a year, 24 hours per day, we offer state-of-the-art technology and exceptional patient care in Woburn, Massachusetts.
Dogs and cats referred to Mass Vet by a referring veterinarian will be treated only for the condition for which they were referred. No routine procedures, such as vaccinations or heartworm testing, will be performed on any referral or referral emergency patient.
Level 1 Veterinary Emergency/Critical Care Hospital
Level I is the highest rank a veterinary emergency and critical care facility can achieve. This certification represents a third-party verification by the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) that Mass Vet meets the standards for their highest rating. We are one of three Level I emergency and critical care hospitals in all of New England, and we couldn’t be prouder to be a member of this elite group. There are two level II facilities in Massachusetts, one in New Hampshire and one in Connecticut.
Level I hospitals must meet strict requirements for staffing, equipment and medical expertise. More information on what this means and what it takes to become certified, and to retain that certification on an ongoing (annual) basis is available here.