PetMedic Expands Presence With New Urgent Care Clinic in Chattanooga, TN

PetMedic Expands Presence With New Urgent Care Clinic in Chattanooga, TN


PetMedic Adds New Veterinary Hospital in Chattanooga TN

Chattanooga, TN – July 2, 2024 – PetMedic Urgent Care announces the grand opening of its veterinary clinic at 2545 Lifestyle Way in Chattanooga, TN scheduled for July 24, 2024. This expansion marks a significant milestone for PetMedic as it continues to provide access to high-quality veterinary care in the Southeast region, adding to its existing Alexandria, VA presence.


PetMedic operates on the model of human urgent care centers, providing prompt and compassionate care for non-life-threatening pet medical needs during extended hours and weekends. The veterinary hospital aims to support local pet owners and complement the services offered by family veterinarians, reducing pressure on local emergency hospitals.


Practice manager Mintra Raman remarked, “By providing the best combination of clinical excellence and customer care, we’re redefining how veterinary medicine is provided. PetMedic Urgent Care marks a new era of pet healthcare in the Chattanooga area, bringing cutting-edge medicine to your doorstep. We are opening the doors to your pet’s healthier future.”


PetMedic Urgent Care Vet Clinic does not perform the routine services typically provided by family veterinarians, such as wellness visits or vaccinations. Instead, pet owners can conveniently schedule same-day appointments online for urgent medical needs. The clinic features a modern surgical suite, advanced laboratory, digital X-ray, and ultrasound capabilities to ensure your pet receives the best medical care.


For more information about PetMedic Urgent Care Vet Clinic and its services, check out our explainer article on pet urgent care. 


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Angelika Demers, CVT

Clinical Supervisor

Angelika started her animal health career in 2014 when she attended the University of Maine Augusta, Bangor campus, for Veterinary Technology. She graduated in early 2018 and became a Certified Veterinary Technician later that year. Her internship, and first veterinary field job, was at the MSPCA Angell in Boston, where she discovered her interest in emergency medicine. Throughout the years, she has continued to advance her knowledge in the field of emergency medicine, but also in cultivating relationships with patients and clients alike to offer the best quality care. Outside of work she likes hanging out with her cat, Mew, spending time outdoors, watching game shows, and photography.