FOR EMERGENCY AFTER HOUR MEDICAL CARE CALL: 563.344.9599
Medical Emergency Care for Your Pets
Animal Emergency Center of the Quad Cities
An emergency fee of $100.00 which covers the initial exam will be charged to all clients. This fee is slightly higher after midnight and on Holidays. To avoid misunderstanding, the emergency fee and form of payment will be discussed prior to patient admission.
After the initial examination, the doctor on duty will give an estimate of further charges for treatment, hospitalization, or surgery. In some cases, an accurate estimate of total charges will be delayed until a full case evaluation is made. If your pet's condition changes after being admitted, we will attempt to contact you about further treatment or estimate revision. If a critical situation arises and you cannot be reached, we will provide the necessary care. Fees are due at the time services are rendered; a deposit will requested with the balance due upon discharge.
We accept cash, check and major credit cards. We also have a payment option entitled "Care Credit" which allows you to apply for credit to our facility and enroll in potentially interest free payment plans. Please click on the following Care Credit link for more information and to find out how to apply on-line, by phone or fax.
Dr. Dan Drahos, DVM, President/Executive Director
Dr. John Weigandt, DVM, Vice President
Dr. Mike Thomsen, DVM, Secretary/Treasurer
Dr. Matthew Nelson, DVM, Officer
Dr. Jaime Miller, DVM, Officer
Caring people caring for animals during a pet emergency!
Our highly trained, professional and compassionate staff, along with state of the art facilities and equipment means your pets will receive premier veterinary emergency care. We work closely with your regular veterinarian and our emergency and critical care specialists provide comprehensive care as part of our veterinary hospital team.
2810 State St, Bettendorf, IA 52722, USA
"I took my 9 year old GSD in, and they took such wonderful care of us. The staff was amazing and so were the docs. They communicated with my regular vet, and soon we found her problem. The doctor was not only knowledgeable but very personable as well. Thank you so much... The vet techs were so helpful and concerned." P. Arducci
"Amazing staff and thoughtful doctors who do their best to make difficult times less traumatic for you and your pet. They're always trying to help you in the most efficient way possible and they never lose their calm." E. Owen
"I have always had excellent care when I've had to take my animals there. They have sympathy and compassion for every pet that walks in." L. Leigh
If you would like more information about these Funds or to determine if your pet would qualify for financial assistance please ask our staff when you visit Animal Emergency Center of Quad Cities
The Foundation was established by Norma Jewell in 2003 in honor of Bear. With his amazing, loyal and giving spirit, I felt Bear deserved special recognition for his years of dedication and service. For all the lives Bear played a part in saving, this Foundation will continue the tradition and assist with helping save more.
The Lily Fund was established in 2001 by the staff of Animal Emergency Center of Quad Cities in honor of Lily and exists solely for the purpose of providing needed medical attention and triage to indigenous pets. This fund allows special individuals who grace our doors everyday to show compassion through monetary donations.
Shepherd Hope Foundation Fund
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Animal Emergency Center of Quad Cities
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On occasion, multiple emergencies may be presented at the same time. The staff will assess the severity of each patient's symptoms. Those with the most critical conditions will be examined first. All patients will be seen as soon as possible, but your patience is appreciated if your pet must wait.
In cases that need further hospital care, you can transfer your pet to your family veterinarian after discharge. Our staff will fax all case records to your own veterinarian so they can continue the care your pet needs. Pets going home will receive written instructions for follow-up care and a copy of the records will also be sent to your daytime vet.
All hospitalized patients must be discharged from our facility before our closing time of 8:00 a.m. We suggest you plan to arrive between 7:00 - 7:30 a.m. the day of discharge. Please bring a leash or carrier for your pet.
Animal Emergency Center of Quad Cities provides after-hours emergency care and monitoring of critically ill patients for many area veterinary clinics and hospitals. If you have a veterinary emergency, call your family veterinarian first. They may refer you to our clinic, which is staffed by veterinarians and technicians skilled in emergency care. We will notify your own veterinarian of your pet's visit on the next business day.