Bellevue Veterinary Hospital, Parksville

Click-to-Call:
(250) 248-2031

2017 Bellevue Vet Hospital Closure Dates

We are open 7 days/week, except for holidays.

CLOSURE DATES IN 2017 ARE:
Sunday, January 1 – New Year’s Day
Monday, February 13 - Family Day
Friday, April 14 - Good Friday
Sunday, April 16 - Easter Sunday
Monday, May 22 - Victoria Day       
Saturday, July 1 - Canada Day                 
Monday, August 7 - BC Day            
Monday, Sept 4 - Labour Day         
Monday, Oct 9 - Thanksgiving                  
Saturday, Nov 11 - Remembrance Day
Monday, Dec 25 - Christmas Day
Tuesday, Dec 26 - Boxing Day
FOR EMERGENCIES DURING HOLIDAYS:   Call Central Island Veterinary Emergency Hospital  250-933-0913 in Nanaimo, or toll free 1-877-779-7073

Meet Our Team

Bellevue Veterinary Hospital Team Photo

We take great pride in our friendly clinic atmosphere. Our veterinarians and staff are personable, compassionate, and professional.

We have six veterinarians to see patients, consult with pet owners, and perform medical and surgical procedures.

The staff behind the scenes at the clinic are the registered veterinary technicians (RVTs) and technical assistants who help with patients, through anesthesias, dentistries, surgeries, treatments, and ongoing hospitalization during illness.

The reception staff does their utmost to make sure that everyone gets the attention they require as promptly as possible, over the phone or at the front desk.  And our office manager helps arrange the schedules, staffing, building maintenance, clinic policies and general business management.

The Hospital Tour

Bellevue Veterinary Hospital Building PhotoThe Hospital Tour

Our hospital is located at 1016 Bellevue Rd. (on the west limit of Parksville, almost in Errington). The building has doubled in size with a large addition that was completed in the spring of 2000.

Our reception area is a large room illuminated by natural light from several front windows plus large skylights above. Here, you are welcomed by our friendly reception staff. You might be asked to weigh your dog at the walk-on scale as you arrive.

There are two areas to sit if it's necessary for you to wait for a few moments. To the right of the reception desk is the area for cats and to the left is the reception area for dogs. Keeping these patients separate tends to reduce the stress on anxious cats (and their owners).

 

Our Mission Statement

Dog Surgery Care Vision:

  • To demonstrate our love for animals by providing compassionate, high-quality health care to our patients, while respecting the needs of their owners.

Mission:

  • To communicate options, while respecting the decisions of our clients, so that we are able to help them provide their pets with the best health care possible.

Priorities:

  • That our clients trust us with their pets, clearly experience our compassion for them and their pets, and feel that the standard of care we give is the best that can be offered.