VCA Newark Animal Hospital

Phone: 302-737-8100
Fax: 302-737-5971
1360 Marrows Rd.
Newark, DE 19711
Business Hours
Sun Closed
Open and staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for Emergencies

Caring for pets... and their people, too.

At VCA Animal Hospitals, your pet's health is our top priority, provided through high-quality, professional care and genuine personal service. We pledge to instill client trust and confidence that your pet will always receive compassionate, gentle care, as well as high standards of veterinary medical services. We pledge to provide the finest personal service and facilities for you, our clients and your special pets.

New to VCA?

In addition to the traditional services you'd expect from a veterinary hospital, we offer Emergency and Specialist services for all of your pet's needs. We are here for you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our team of dedicated employee's is close to 50 strong. We are proud that many of our team have been with us for 10-20 years or more and have seen previous staff members go on to become veterinarians themselves. They ALL are dedicated to working together as a team doing what they love to do... taking care of animals.

Dr. Michelle Bateman
Associate Veterinarian
Veterinary School: Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Bateman is a Pennsylvania native and graduated with a BS from Bridgewater College in 2005. She is a 2009 graduate of Ross University of Veterinary

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Dr. Maggie Derakhshan
Staff Veterinarian
Veterinary School: University of Florida

Dr. Maggie Derakhshan is originally from Chantilly, Virgina but moved to Florida in 2003 with her family. She received her Bachelor of Science

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Saved My SummerTyme's Life
Diane F. from Wilmington

I have been a client of VCA- Newark for three and a half years. During that time, my 3 cats have received outstanding veterinary care by Dr. Lynne Craine and the hospital staff, who treat the animals as if they were their own. Last Fall, my cat, SummerTyme began vomiting several times a day. Despite conservative treatment, SummerTyme continued to vomit. An ultrasound showed an external blockage of one of her ureters, the tube that leads from the kidney to the bladder. As a result of the blockage, SummerTyme's kidney was failing and needed to be removed--- immediately. Emergency treatment for a pet is always worrisome, but I was particularly concerned as SummerTyme is a "special needs" cat as she has a small hole in her heart. Under the skilled "magical" hands of Dr. Gayle Jaeger, the bad kidney was removed. After a few days in the ICU, SummerTyme returned home to her brother, Tobey and her sister, Molly. She is now a happy and healthy cat who does not seem to miss her lost kidney. I will always be grateful to the staff at VCA-Newark for their caring and compassion as well as their veterinary expertise-they saved SummerTyme's life!