PetMedic Urgent Care Vet Clinic to Open Two Additional Massachusetts Locations as Part of Expansive Growth Plan

PetMedic Urgent Care Vet Clinic to Open Two Additional Massachusetts Locations as Part of Expansive Growth Plan

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Urgent veterinary care will now be more widely accessible on Boston’s North Shore. PetMedic Urgent Care Vet Clinic plans to open its doors in Burlington and Peabody, Massachusetts in April 2023. The Burlington practice will be conveniently located at 112 Burlington Mall Road, Burlington, in the Duluth Trading Post Plaza while the Peabody location will be at 240 Andover St., Unit G, Peabody, Mass., in the Starbucks Plaza.

These are just two of eight PetMedic locations slated to open in 2023 and join sister hospitals in Watertown and Westborough, Mass., along with two locations in the Portland, Maine area.

Dr. Nir Ben-Ari, founder and chief medical officer of PetMedic, commented, “I have been a clinician in the Boston area for many years and have been fortunate to work with some of the best veterinary teams in our community. To be able to offer them an extra set of hands when they’re overloaded while giving pet parents extra peace of mind is a winning combination for everyone. I am thankful for this exciting next chapter for PetMedic in Boston.”

We look forward to meeting the pets and pet parents of Peabody and Burlington soon!

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