Beersheva Veterinary Hospital provides high quality veterinary services to residents of the Negev. The hospital is located at Tel Sheva (Hativat Hanegev) junction, close to the southern entrance to Omer.
Main office: Tel Sheva Junction
Southern entrance to Omar 08-6460514
Open Hours: Su'-Th' 8:30 to 18:00
Fridays and holiday eves: 8:30 to 13:00
Dimona Center Tslo"z
Bar Yochai Street 08-6573792
Open Hours: Su',Mo',Tu',Th',Fr' 9:00 to 11:00
Su',Mo',Tu',Th' 16:30 to 18:30
Arad: rehavat hen 8/4
Open Hours: Su'-Fr' 9:00 to 11:00
Su',Mo',Tu',Th': 16:00 to 18:00
Beersheba: Bialik 12/4
Open Hours: Su',Mo',Tu',We',Th' 9:00 to 11:00
Su',Mo',Tu',We',Th' 16:00 to 19:00
Fridays 9:00 to 12:00
03-6106666 extension 1220
In addition, the hosptial runs three branch clinics located in Arad, Dimona and Bialik St. in Beersheva. The hospital and branches are staffed by 8 veterinary surgeons and 5 veterinary assistants.
The hospital is managed by Dr Richard Bennett and Dr Louis Snipelisky. Emergency service is available out of working hours by prior telephone arrangement with the duty vet.
The hospital is very well equipped with an advanced in-house laboratory providing analysis of haematology, blood chemistry, blood clotting factors, thyroid and steroid hormones and bacteriology.
The imaging facilities include X-ray, ultrasound and endoscopy. The hospital has facilities for hospitalisation including an isolation facility for infectious cases.
There is a fully equipped operating theatre for routine and advanced surgery including orthopaedics. It includes anaesthetic machines, anaesthetic monitor, automatic respirators and an oxygen cage to allow maximum safety standards for animals undergoing surgery.
This high level of equipment allows for efficient and effective in-house diagnostics and treatment for the animals under our care.
The hospital also acts as a branch of the Israel Animal Blood Bank allowing facilities for transfusion of blood and plasma.
First and foremost we believe in a warm and caring attitude to the animals under our care and to their owners who bring them to us.