Top Veterinary Hospital in Easton, PA - Cummings Veterinary Hospital

Cummings Veterinary Hospital

5111 Church Road
Easton, PA 18045

(610)923-0393

www.cummingsvet.com

The Best Care For Your Pet

The Cummings Veterinary Hospital team is led by Dr. Clifford Cummings, who has almost 50 years of experience in veterinary medicine. The hospital has six associate veterinarians and a highly skilled and dedicated support team. Many members of the team have been working together for decades.

Our hospital is AAHA-accredited, meaning we are voluntarily evaluated on approximately 900 standards of care by the American Animal Hospital Association. Only 12-15% of small animal veterinary practices in the US and Canada can say that! 

Some of our highlight services include: veterinary surgery, pet dentistry, micro-chipping, dermatology, health certificates (travel), preventative health, therapeutic laser, behavioral counseling, and more! 

Looking for a new veterinarian, or simply want more information? We have a great film about our hospital, staff and services!  About Us

We are located in Bethlehem Township, Pennsylvania, the center of the Lehigh Valley, serving Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton. We are minutes from the intersection of Route 33 and Route 22 on Church Road. 

Please call our office today at (610)923-0393 for all your pet health care needs or click here to contact us or to set up an appointment.

   

                                                                   

CORONA VIRUS UPDATE APR/MAR 2021

GREEN PHASE 

We would like to thank all our clients for their continued support and cooperation during this time.  The veterinarian-client-patient-relationship practiced here is maintained by the consistency of action from both personnel and clients.

Current hospital policy includes:

     1) calling the front desk upon arrival for an office visit/drop-off or food/med pickup 

     2) wearing a face mask to enter the building

     3) respecting the 1 person to patient ratio

     4) maintaining social distance

     5) paying by credit card in person or over the phone

     6) refraining from bringing children into the hospital

This policy is out of respect for our staff and clients who are considered at risk.

Medical exemptions and concerns to the above can be addressed.

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