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Anderson County Animal Hospital

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Anderson County Animal Hospital Norris

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Located at 286 South Charles Seivers Blvd. in Clinton Tennessee 37716
Our new Norris office is at 2822 Andersonville Hwy 61 in Clinton Tennessee 37716 which is directly across from the Museum of Appalachia!

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Call us for information, questions, or to schedule an appointment at :

(865) 457-5626

Our Hospital hours are: ......................... 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Fri.

...............................................................8:00 AM to 5:30 PM on Wed

...............................................................8:00 AM to noon on Saturdays.

We give our staff the day off on major Holidays so please call to be sure we are open on the days surrounding holidays.

Our Norris branch can be reached at (865) 494-8696

Norris hours are:.................................... 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM Mon, Tues, Thurs, & Fri

.............................................................. 8:00 AM to noon on Wed & Sat

Our Norris clients will be welcome at the main hospital when the Norris branch is closed.

When we are closed, we recommend the Animal Emergency Critical Care & Referral Center in Knoxville if your pet is in immediate need of medical care. Please call (865) 693-4440 for directions if your pet suffers from an emergency illness or injury that can not wait until we are back in the office to serve you.

We do not recommend any other after hours service... based on experience!

If there is something you need to have faxed to us our fax line is: (865) 457-5676 Clinton

(865) 494-7976 Norris

If you want to contact us by E-mail, please use the following addresses for our Veterinarians:

Dr. William Roberts ------------------ Dr.Will@animalhospitaltn.com

We are committed to client education and always want to answer your questions. Please understand that your pet's health is very important to us. We must, however, focus our attention first to those patients in the hospital either being treated, having surgery, or being examined for a scheduled appointment. E-mail is a wonderful tool to allow detailed communication that can then be answered at a later time, but will likely be our last priority during the business day. If you have not received a response within a day or so, please do NOT feel unappreciated. Trust that we were having a busy day attending to other animals and contact us at the hospital to direct our focus toward your needs. Thank you for your patience regarding your patient.