CityU Veterinary Medical Centre Relocation

We are very pleased to announce that CityU PAVC will be moving to a new location nearby in Sham Shui Po.  The new veterinary centre, which will be the largest in Asia, will be on Lai Chi Kok Road between Yen Chow Street and Kweilin Street, and is set to open during the first half of 2019.  The new office address is 339 Lai Chi Kok Road.  Our main telephone and facsimile numbers will remain unchanged.


The centre will be known as CityU Veterinary Medical Centre, patient records and staff from CityU PAVC will be transferred to this new venue. The continued development of the practice, and the growing range of services that we provide have meant increasing the size of the practice to accommodate these changes. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this move, but once you see the new practice you will no doubt appreciate why we have chosen to move.


Enhanced Facilities Serve Every Need

As always, we will aim to maintain and re-set the highest standards of the Hong Kong veterinary community, by integrating teams of high calibre veterinary professionals with global training and experience, with state-of-the-art facilities.

The new centre is more spacious, with state-of-the-art design, offering a more comfortable environment for clients and animals. With a floor area of approximately 33,000 square feet, the three-storey centre is equipped with, a first-of-a-kind in Hong Kong intensive care unit (ICU) for animals, a cardiology suite, 22 consultation rooms, nine dedicated operating theatres, and 24/7 emergency services manned by registered emergency veterinarians.

The new centre is only a short distance from the current site, and is easily accessible by taxi or car.  There are adequate parking spaces in the parking garage below, and on-street parking is usually available.

Going the Extra Mile in Veterinary Care

Operating since 1984, CityU PAVC offers comprehensive veterinary services for small animals in Hong Kong.  We are a full-service veterinary practice providing both primary and specialist veterinary services, as well as providing on-site veterinary emergency care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Providing the highest quality care for our patients is the key element of our clinic.  We will continue to maintain high quality clinical care for patients with the latest diagnostic and treatment options for disease management.

Our veterinary team consists of general practitioners and specialists, and we have the largest team of specialists covering 8 different specialties including surgery, anesthesiology, neurology, dermatology, cardiology, ophthalmology, intensive care and internal medicine.

Alternative treatment methods such as acupuncture will also be available.

We look forward to your continued support for years to come, and hope that you appreciate this evolution of veterinary care aimed at improving the service that clients and animals receive.