206.323.4433 2115 - 23rd Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98144

“Green” Vet Practices

We are exploring ways to make our hospital more environmentally responsible, from the energy, water and supplies we use, to the products we stock and recommendations we make.

During our remodel (which started August 1, 2019), we are incorporating an all-new energy-efficient HVAC system, smart thermostats and lighting, and possibly solar panels on the roof.

We use electronic medical records and are nearly “paperless.”

We’ve installed digital Xrays, eliminating the use of the chemicals, silver, electricity and water used to develop traditional Xray film (and greatly enhancing our Xray diagnostic capabilities).

We’re working cooperatively with the City of Seattle to decrease our electricity and water use by upgrading our lighting, plumbing, and appliances.

We are avid recyclers and composters.

We purchase “green power” from Seattle City Light.

Join us – and receive a 5% discount!

We offer a 5% discount on outpatient services to clients who use alternative transportation to arrive at our door – those who walk, ride their bikes, coordinate their appointments and carpool together, or ride public transportation to arrive at Atlantic Veterinary Hospital are eligible.

Please advise use when you check-in for your appointment that you are eligible for this discount. We will happily oblige.

Watch for updates here as we continue this greening process.

Hospital Hours

Monday-Friday:
7:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday:
8:00am – 2:00pm
Closed Sundays
Free Parking!

Day Admission

Click here or call for day admission appointments: 206.323.4433

“We heard about Atlantic Veterinary Hospital from one of our neighbors and have been extremely happy with the care and attention they have given to our 15-year-old cat.”

—Douglas Clarke

Atlantic Veterinary Hospital in Seattle serves the following neighborhoods: Mt. Baker, Columbia City, Beacon Hill, Rainier Valley, Seward Park, Capitol Hill, Leschi, Central District, Madison Valley, International District, and Georgetown.