Dear Ebenezer Animal Hospital Family –
We have exciting news! Dr. Jay Hreiz is opening a second animal hospital in nearby Charlotte!
Queen City Animal Hospital will open in the historic Belmont neighborhood in June of 2019. Situated between the growing Charlotte neighborhoods of Plaza Midwood, NODA, Villa Heights, and Optimist Park, QCAH will extend the high quality pet healthcare offered at Ebenezer Animal Hospital to pet owners 27 miles northeast of Rock Hill. The same team that has successfully run Ebenezer Animal Hospital for the last six years will provide the leadership at EAH’s new sister hospital. Dr. Jay Hreiz is the owner of Queen City Animal Hospital and April Splawn is the managing director of QCAH. The new hospital is located in a renovated grocery store from the 1930’s and shares the intersection of Belmont Ave. and Harrill St. with Siggy’s Good Food and Sweet Lew’s Barbeque. The high quality medicine, diagnostic equipment, and services provided at EAH will also be available at QCAH.
Drs. Hreiz, Stephens, and Cline will begin splitting their time between the two hospitals in June. We encourage pet owners in Charlotte to map out the distance to our new hospital located at 920 Belmont Ave., Charlotte, NC 28205 to determine if the distance is closer. Transferring your pet’s medical records from EAH to QCAH or vice versa will be a very simple process that we will be happy to initiate for you. QCAH will be open initially from Monday through Friday 8 am to 6 pm. We are excited to offer this new option to pet owners in the Charlotte and Rock Hill area as we expand our foot print, paw print, and claw print to your family members! Please follow us on social media (Facebook and Instagram) and visit our website at www.queencityanimalhospital.com for information on our new location. We will begin scheduling appointments in mid May for a projected opening date of June 17, 2019.
Whether you are closer to EAH or QCAH, we hope to see you and your pets soon!
– The doctors and staff of Ebenezer Animal Hospital
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