BluePearl Pet Hospital – serving midtown Manhattan 24/7.
Our 24-hour pet hospital in Midtown serves Manhattan, including Hell’s Kitchen, Midtown and Upper West Side, along with Union City, NJ, North Bergen, NJ, Long Island City, NY, Hoboken, NJ, and West New York, NJ.
Specialty and emergency veterinary medicine in midtown, Manhattan.
When your pet needs emergency care, seconds count. Our team is ready to provide expert care 24/7 in case of a pet emergency. If your pet requires a veterinary specialist, we are ready for that too. Our experienced team of veterinarians, vet technicians and support staff work closely together to provide the comprehensive, compassionate care your pet needs and deserves.
In an emergency, call ahead to your BluePearl vet and let us know you’re coming. No appointment is necessary for our emergency vet. Learn more about your emergency visit.
Our veterinary specialists work directly with your primary care vet to understand your pet’s condition and develop the appropriate treatment plan. Visits to our specialists are usually by referral from your primary care vet and by appointment. Learn more about veterinary specialists.
Caring for your pets is our passion. Meet our team of veterinary specialists here to help you and your pet.
About our BluePearl Pet Hospital – Midtown, Manhattan.
BluePearl has New York City covered with four hospitals. We have emergency animal hospitals in Queens, Brooklyn and two in Manhattan, and we are always on duty and ready to care for your pet.
If you need a board-certified expert for a chronic condition, we’re also a specialty hospital. Accessible by public transportation, BluePearl Midtown on West 55th Street has a linear accelerator, which allows it to offer radiation therapy for cancer patients.
The 20,000-square-foot hospital, formerly known as NYC Veterinary Specialists, also offers radioiodine I-131 treatment for cats with hyperthyroidism.
It’s New York and so our Midtown hospital occasionally makes it into a movie or TV show. As you might guess, our veterinarians sometimes respond to the medical emergencies of TV and zoo animals, including a hypoglycemic porcupine, a flamingo with a fracture and a tiger with a bad knee, to name a few.
Meanwhile, we strive to treat your pets like the stars they most certainly are.
Thank you all for making my experience the best ever, from the bottom of my heart. Your kindness will never be forgotten. I even called Buttercup’s primary vet and told her staff to thank her for sending me to Dr. Rocha! — Deborah C.
Read the full story of Buttercup’s oncology visit.