3070 Michigan Ave West, Battle Creek, MI 49037

Emergencies

 

Pet related emergencies can happen when you least expect them. At Turner Veterinary Clinic we like to provide our clients with the best possible medical care whether routine or emergency related. See below for the best contact information in case of a patient related emergency.

  • Business Hour Emergencies  - Please contact the clinic at 269-962-9955 to alert them of your situation before showing up.  If for some reason Dr. Huelsbergen is not able to see your pet immediately – in surgery or out of the office – the staff will then direct you to a veterinarian to help your pet's current situation. Again, please call first so the Clinic can adequately prepare for the situation or you don't lose time when the Dr. is not available.
  • After Hours Emergencies & Weekends – Please call our main clinic number at 269-962-9955. There is an answering machine that will provide you with the number for the on call veterinarian. If you prefer to contact one of the regional emergency hospitals immediately,  below are the contact numbers and maps to our preferred Emergency contacts.
  • SW Michigan Emergency & Referral Hospital – Kalamazoo
    • Battle Creek, Augusta, & Richland Area
    • 104 W Cork St, Kalamazoo, MI 49001  {Map}
    • 269-381-5228
  • Michigan State University - East Lansing 
    • Bellevue & North East of Battle Creek.
    • 736 Wilson Rd, East Lansing, MI 48824 {Map}
    • 517-353-5240

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