Where is VCA Corporate office Headquarters

VCA Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 12401 W Olympic Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90064
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 800-966-1822
  • Fax Number: 1-310-571-6700
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 23000
  • Established: 1986
  • Founder: Robert and Arthur Antin
  • Key People: Neil Tauber

VCA Headquarters Location & Directions

VCA Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Robert L. Antin

Co-Founder, Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and President

Arthur J. Antin

Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President

Neil Tauber

Co-Founder and Senior Vice President of Development

Tomas W. Fuller

Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting Officer, Vice President and Secretary

Josh Drake

President of Antech Diagnostics

About VCA, History and Headquarters Information

            The Veterinary Centres of America operates animal hospitals in the US. It owns more than 817 animal hospitals and 50 veterinary laboratories. It was founded in 1986 by 3 health care executives namely Neil Tauber, Robert Antin and Arthur Antin. The company was founded with the objective of unifying the veterinary clinics in the US.

. The headquarters of the VCA is located in Los Angeles, California. Recently, in 2017 VCA was acquired by MARS. MARS is a manufacturer of  pet foods and provides veterinary services. The subsidiaries of VCA are Antech Diagnostics, Sound Technologies, Camp Bow Vow.

Sound Technologies offer ultrasound and digital radiology to pet animals. Camp Bow Vow is a dog day care centre. They also provide additional services like grooming, bathing and boarding. Also, they market their personalised pet products like shampoo, conditioners and sprays.

The company operates in 2 categories namely Animal Hospital and Laboratory. The hospital provides surgical services and also cardiology, oncology, and dermatology services. They also sell pharmaceutical products.

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  • Beth Ross says:

    There is no compassion
    I took my Ginger to the VCA emergency room for the second time on Saturday, I was given an estimated cost of all the tests needed for my dying dog, which was over $2,500. When my reply was I didn’t have that much in my account a tech brought my dog to me and basically said goodbye. I ask this person if my dog was suffering, her reply was yes. I asked her to give Ginger more pain medication, she said no that she had a pain patch on already. I asked hysterically if I needed to put her down? Her reply was I cannot answer that! At t point with my dog crying I made the decision to put her down, I was told I had to pay first? I did I noticed they had charged me again for office visit, she told me that I was seeing a different Doctor. I waited 15 minutes for her to return with the paperwork, then ten more minutes for her to put the port in for the death dose. 15 minutes go by, my baby Ginger is whimpering, I used my cell to call the front desk to ask the Dr when she was coming! Was told there were other patient‘s. Finally after waiting another 15 minutes the Dr came in and put my baby to sleep. She was gone within seconds. There was absolutely no compassion, it was about money. Not willing to work with me to help my dog. It is a business, so very sad that compassion has left the “business “ world. My baby is at peace. No more suffering. I am devastated. Cannot even get out of my room. Turned off my phone, to grieve my baby Ginger. Who would have turned six on October 19th. My ginger got so sick late at night unfortunately the VCA was my only choice

     
  • Kathy says:

    they need to do something with some of the doctors they hire, I never heard of they can’t call you back cause it’s their surgery day especially when it’s important

     
  • MagdaYakob says:

    I had visited your VCA Spanish River Animal Hospital in Boca Raton Florida on Monday May 13, 2019.
    I had used your coupon the advertised coupon for a FREE visit as new customer.
    Although, when the vet recommended I give my Yorkie 1/4 tablet x-2 per day for 3 days of Metronidazole 250 mg tab and provided me with two tablets @$30.34. When this medication costs 13.00 for a 30 day supply I was charged a hefty price for the two tablets. Charging unconscionably high prices is is taking unfair advantage of circumstances. As a potential customer they should have advised me that I have the option of having a script and bringing it to the pharmacy. At no point during my visit was I given an option or told that the medication would cost me 15.00 per tablet.. This is so considered price gouging.
    I would greatly appreciate a response.

     
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