Noe Animal Hospital in San Francisco opens its doors


Helps address need for veterinary care in the Bay Area

Noe Animal Hospital opened its doors on Wednesday, November 2, 2022, positioning itself as a full-service veterinary clinic for San Francisco and adjacent areas.

Dr Goodrich, co-founder of Noe Animal Hospital, with an adorable patient (Photo courtesy of Noe Animal Hospital).

Dr Goodrich, co-founder of Noe Animal Hospital, with an adorable patient (Photo courtesy of Noe Animal Hospital).

According to a company release,1 the opening of this clinic was integral as the Bay Area needed increased access to veterinary care, and it addresses the higher post-pandemic demand for pet services. The Noe Animal Hospital services include wellness check-ups, vaccinations, microchipping, dental care, soft tissue surgeries, urgent medical care, and chronic disease management.

Noe Animal Clinic was founded by co-medical directors Viru Gopisetty, DVM, and Nicole Goodrich, DVM. Between them, they bring particular professional interests in geriatric pet care, soft tissue surgery, and preventative medicine, as well as a lifetime of experience as compassionate pet parents themselves.

"Whether you want to discuss ongoing management of a chronic condition, or you come to us needing urgent care for your furry companion, we hope you will find our style of knowledgeable, compassionate care perfect for your pet,” expressed Gopisetty, in the release.1 "And with such a squeeze on veterinary services in the San Francisco area, we're delighted to offer more pet parents the opportunity to access timely care when their animals need it."1

Noe Animal Hospital’s opening also offers some comfort for pet owners in the San Francisco region as Banfield Pet Hospital research displays that 75 million pets could lose access to veterinary care by 2030.2


  1. New San Francisco animal hospital opens to ease the squeeze on Bay Area veterinary services. News release. Noe Animal Hospital. November 7, 2022. Accessed November 8, 2022.
  2. 75 million pets may not have access to veterinary care by 2030, a new Banfield study finds. News release. Banfield Pet Hospital. September 14, 2020. Accessed November 8, 2022.
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