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Welcome! Our office is located at 555 Hill Street in Spring Garden Township. Bought by Dr. George Hartenstein III (Doc) in 1941, our facility is the longest continuously run veterinary hospital in York County. Doc passed the torch to his son, Dr. George Hartenstein IV, who continues to practice large and small animal medicine along with his partner, Dr. Albert Haun, and our newest associate, Dr. Sara Alfano. Details on their specialties and interests can be found under Meet Our Staff.
We service companion animals (Cats and Dogs) at our York office and farm animals (Horses, Llamas, Sheep and Goats) on location as well as occasionally at the York office if the circumstances warrant it. Hill Street is equipped to provide standard wellness checks and vaccinations as well as a generous array of diagnostics (Digital X-ray, Lab Services, Laser Therapy) if you find that your companion is not feeling so well.
Your pet’s health and well being is our number one priority. We will do our best to provide you with comprehensive service that takes into account your needs as well as the needs of your furry friends. Please feel free to contact us at (717) 843-6060 or email us. If you are experiencing an emergency or need medical attention, please call rather than email. Email responses can take up to 1 business day.
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Hill Street Veterinary Hospital | (717) 843-6060
555 Hill St.
York, PA 17403
I have been more than happy with their services. It is easy to get in when your animals need attention.
Sherry Hahn / York, PA
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