Our veterinary hospitals provide veterinary care for both pets and animals in need. Home Who we are Locations Veterinary Hospitals Tighes Hill Veterinary Hospital Who we are About RSPCA NSW Locations Branches and Support Teams Albury Volunteer Branch Armidale Volunteer Branch Bathurst Volunteer Branch Blue Mountains Volunteer Branch Broken Hill Volunteer Branch Central Coast Support Group Central West Support Group Cooma Volunteer Branch Eurobodalla Volunteer Branch Glen Innes Volunteer Branch Goulburn Volunteer Branch Gunnedah Volunteer Branch Hunter Supporter Group Illawarra Volunteer Branch Inverell Volunteer Branch Mudgee Volunteer Branch Nowra Volunteer Branch Orange Volunteer Branch Port Macquarie Volunteer Branch Sydney Auxiliary Volunteer Branch Tamworth Volunteer Branch Taree Volunteer Branch Tenterfield Volunteer Branch Tweed Heads Support Group Ulladulla Volunteer Branch Care Centres Care Centre Tuggerah Petbarn Alexandria Bathurst Belrose Brookvale Campbelltown Caringbah Castle Hill Casula Chatswood Coffs Harbour Double Bay Dubbo Gladesville Gosford Hoxton Park Katoomba Menai Mittagong Narrabeen Neutral Bay Newcastle West North Parramatta Nowra Orange Penrith Homemaker Centre Port Macquarie Punchbowl Rozelle Rutherford Shellharbour Strathfield Tamworth West Ryde Wetherill Park Shelters Blue Mountains Shelter (Katoomba) Broken Hill Shelter Central Coast Shelter (Somersby) Coffs Harbour Shelter Hunter Shelter Illawarra Shelter Orange Shelter Port Macquarie Shelter Sydney Shelter (Yagoona) Veterinary Hospitals Broken Hill Veterinary Hospital Hunter Veterinary Hospital (Rutherford) Sydney Veterinary Hospital (Yagoona) Tighes Hill Veterinary Hospital The Board Strategic Plan Careers at RSPCA NSW Inspectorate Animal Care Services Veterinarian – Full Time/Part Time/Casual – Broken Hill Veterinary Hospital Veterinarian – Part Time/Casual – Hunter and Tighes Hill Veterinary Hospitals Communications Community Op Shop Coordinator – Full Time – Tweed Heads Fundraising Human Resources IT and Finance Legal RSPCA Policies Legislation Veterinary HospitalsBroken Hill Veterinary Hospital Hunter Veterinary Hospital (Rutherford) Sydney Veterinary Hospital (Yagoona) Tighes Hill Veterinary Hospital Tighes Hills Veterinary Hospital Our Tighes Hill Veterinary Hospital is a small practice, serving the needs of private clients in the community. It provides care for shelter animals, injured and sick strays, and impounded animals. The hospital offers a range of services, including: advice and support for pet owners an operating theatre monitored recovery areas private, sound-proofed facilities microchipping services referrals veterinary retail products The hospital is partnered with: Cessnock City Council TAFE The University of Sydney and other universities for veterinary training opportunities There are available opportunities for foster carers and volunteers. After hours emergencies are shared by the Hunter Veterinary Hospital and Tighes Hill Veterinary Clinic on alternate weeks. In the event of an out-of-hours emergency, please call the main phone number and you will be directed to the appropriate after hours veterinarian. Where we are Contact Details 75 Elizabeth Street Tighes Hill, NSW, 2297 Phone: (02) 4927 6822 Fax: (02) 4927 6877 After hours emergencies: (02) 4957 7106 Opening Hours Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Closed Sundays and public holidays Appointments are necessary Veterinary Hospital FAQsDo all your shelters have a veterinary hospital onsite? Our Sydney, Hunter and Broken Hill Shelters have veterinary hospitals onsite. In addition, we have a veterinary hospital located at Tighes Hill and a Consult Room available at our Care Centre in Rouse Hill. How much is a consultation? Is it cheaper than other veterinary hospitals? Our prices vary, but we aim to make them as affordable as possible. If you hold a health care card or pensioner card, we may be able to still help you provide the best care for your pet. Please contact your local veterinary location for more information here. Where do all the profits go? Absolutely 100 per cent of profits go back into the organisation to help animals in need. It provides veterinary care, nutrition, shelter, rehabilitation and enrichment to every animal that comes through our doors.