On Friday, June 5, 2020, Diane Johnson, DVM, and Tania Marchand, MD, owners of  Animal Emergency Hospital Volusia , along with VIPs and guests, broke ground on a new sister facility in DeLand, Florida, located at 2100 E. New York Ave.

The ultra-modern, 7,500 sq. ft. facility is scheduled to open Spring 2021. Initially, pet parents will be able to bring in their pets on a walk-in basis, nights, weekends, and holidays, moving to 24/7 as the hospital grows. Services will include emergency and critical care, advanced diagnostics including digital x-ray, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), and fluoroscopy, as well as an onsite intensive care unit (ICU), laboratory, and digital cytology services. Select specialty services by board-certified veterinary specialists will also be available.
The inspiration to create a second hospital was fueled by requests from the region’s primary care veterinarians who need a more convenient and reliable resource for their patients in need of emergency services. 
For construction updates and photos please continue to visit  our website  and follow us on  Facebook .

For additional information, contact Sunni Willis, CVT, Human Resources at 386.252.0206.
A sign of things to come.
Safety first! Hard hats, masks, and hand sanitizer.
From left to right: 
  • Jennifer Green, DVM, Veterinary Svcs Director, Halifax Humane Society
  • Diane Johnson, DVM, Animal Emergency Hospital Volusia, Owner
  • Robert F. Apgar, Mayor, City of DeLand
  • Tania Marchand, MD, Animal Emergency Hospital Volusia, Owner
  • Todd B. Allen, Fire Chief, City of DeLand
  • Jason D. Umberger, Chief of Police, City of DeLand
  • Officer Tim Jackson, and his K9 ‘Alan’, Daytona Beach Police Department
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