Rehovot Veterinary Hospital

The Rehovot Veterinary Hospital in Rehovot, Israel was founded by Dr. Amichai Moreshet in 1999. The hospital provides a wide range of advanced veterinary medical services. It boasts some of the most modern equipment and a very professional team.

Dr. Amichai Moreshet received a B.Sc. degree, with honors, from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. He then continued on, to study veterinary medicine at the Hebrew University and in the Koret Veterinary School in Beit Dagan, Israel, where he completed his studies in 1992.
Dr. Moreshet then opened a small clinic, where he first began to practice as a veterinarian.
In 1999 he opened the Rehovot Veterinary Hospital, in Rehovot, Israel.
The hospital staff, aside from Dr. Moreshet, is made up of five licensed vets and eleven veterinary assistants and technicians  who work around the clock.
The vets working in the hospital are Dr. Vered Orgad, Dr. Irit Arogeti, Dr. Reut Akselrod , Dr. Michal Harel & Dr. Shelli Zinamon all studied veterinary medicine in Israel.
Alongside the vets, work a team of veterinary assistants and technicians  who were trained at the hospital. They assist in operations and treatments as well as performing lab tests. On top of this, they act as merciful nurses to the hospitalized animals.
The hospital is fully equipped with state of the art computerized radiography, ultrasound, e.c.g, in house blood lab,4 treatment rooms, and comfotable hospitalisation rooms.
The hospital has a blood donor bank for dogs and cats serving other veterinary clinics in Southern Israel .

Contact information:
Rehovot Vet erinary Hospital
41 Bilu St., Rehovot, Israel
Tel: +972-8-9390738   24-hour emergency veterinarian
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Dr. Moreshet and the other vets on rotation, annually attend The North American Veterinary Conference in Orlando, Florida , The Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas,  Nevada, USA  , and the BSAVA Congress in Birmingham, UK.