Setting the PASE in specialty & emergency care throughout Philadelphia and beyond.
Philadelphia Animal Specialty & Emergency (PASE) is Philadelphia’s newest privately-owned veterinary hospital and WE ARE NOW OPEN! We look forward to serving you and your family. PASE will also have critical care specialists onsite and available seven days a week.
Currently sharing space with Washington Avenue Animal Hospital (located at 1920 Washington Avenue), in 2022 PASE we will be opening and practicing from our standalone, four-story 64,000 square-foot property at 2100 Washington Avenue.
Our goal at PASE is simple: we strive to advance veterinary medicine by providing unparalleled emergency and specialty healthcare for patients and their families with an emphasis on teamwork, service, diversity, respect, and expertise. As a family-owned practice, we recognize the simple fact that our pets are simply a four-legged extension of our families and treat our patients as such.
OUR CORE VALUES:
A patient-focused, individualized approach to comprehensive veterinary care.
Offering compassionate care for all patients, with respect for their family’s socioeconomic status, race and ethnicity, sexuality, disability, and gender identity.
Provide families with an understanding of their pet’s health by involving them as an integral part of their animal’s healthcare team.
Foster mutual respect and trust between families and their veterinary healthcare team.
Commit to the underserved by developing relationships with our shelter and rescue community.
Building a work environment where each person is valued, respected and has an opportunity for personal and professional growth.
Advancing veterinary medicine with progressive and collaborative doctors, nurses, and supporting veterinary care professionals.
Represent the community we serve, as an open and supportive environment and maintain a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion in our hiring practices.
Prioritize education, which will allow us to provide exceptional care to patients and their families for years to come.
Address the unique mental health challenges in the veterinary field by creating an environment where the well-being of our staff is paramount.