Our Specials

SPECIALS

January
New Patient Exam 10% Off

February
Dental month 10% Off

March
Spay/Neuter month 10% Off

April
Heartworm Testing 10% Off

May
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June
Blood Work 10% Off

July
Blood Work 10% Off

August
Spay/Neuter month 10% Off

September
Dental month 10% Off

October
Blood Work 10% Off

November
*****

December
New Patient Exam 10% Off

COVID-19 Update

We are resuming our curbside service with you to maintain safety protocols for the protection of our clients and staff. We ask that you please call ahead for all medications so we can cut down on your wait time. Once you arrive please call to let us know you are here and we will bring the medications and/or food products to you. We thank you for your patience and understanding.

Sincerely,

Doctors and Staff



   Welcome to Newport Veterinary Hospital, Inc

Your Veterinarian in Rock Hill,SC
Call us at (803) 366-2123

Pet Emergency? Call Carolina Veterinary Specialists at (803)909-8300!

Newport Veterinary Hospital offers comprehensive medical, surgical, and dental care for pets in Rock Hill, York County, SC and all surrounding areas. Our services include routine exams, vaccines, and blood work, as well as bathing and boarding with cat condos and indoor dog runs.

It is the desire of the veterinarians and staff at Newport Veterinary Hospital to work in cooperation with clients to help pets live long, healthy, happy lives. We strive to achieve this goal through effective communications, high quality medicine and surgery, and incomparable compassion.

At Newport Veterinary Hospital, Inc, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Kenneth Brown
Rock Hill Veterinarian | Newport Veterinary Hospital, Inc | (803) 366-2123

5175 Old York Rd
Rock Hill, SC 29732

Caring for Your Animals Like You Do!

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Our Schedule - By Appointment Only

Newport Veterinary Hospital

Monday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Josh Cohen
    Veterinarian

    I was born and raised in Charleston, SC. My interest in veterinary medicine began in my early childhood while spending summers on my grandparent's Dairy farm in Rock Hill. That early interest lead me to work in the kennel of a veterinary clinic throughout high school and college. Eventually I obtained an B.S. in Animal and Veterinary Science from Clemson University. I went on to receive my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University of Alabama. Following graduation from veterinary school in 2007, I began working for Newport Veterinary Hospital Inc. I enjoy all aspects of veterinary medicine. In my spare time, I enjoy being outdoors, doing yard work, exercising, fishing. I especially loved to hang out with my best friend of 12 years, a yellow lab named Butter. I live in a house built by my grandfather with my two cats B and Missy.

  • Dr.
    Kenneth W. Brown
    Veterinarian

    I am a Rock Hill native and still currently reside in Rock Hill. We always had pets growing up and my love for animals steered me towards Veterinary medicine when I was in my twenties. I received my B.S. in Biology from Winthrop University and my D.V.M. from Tuskegee University in Alabama. I opened Newport Veterinary Hospital in 1987. I enjoy hanging out with my two Jack Russell’s, Rascal and Jackson, and two cats, Tux and Boots. Some of my favorite things are listening to music, especially James Taylor and Pink Floyd, yard work, fishing, snorkeling and traveling to exotic lands.

  • Dr.
    Ryann Jones
    Veterinarian

    I was born in Berlin, Germany and grew up an “Army brat,” until we settled in New Jersey. I knew I wanted to become a Veterinarian in Elementary school, after caring for a very sick kitten and then I was hooked! I went on to receive my B.S. in Biology from Towson University in Maryland. I then attended Louisiana State University to receive my D.V.M. I joined Newport Veterinary Hospital in July 2006. I love to spend time with my family and friends including four dogs, Charlie, P-Nut, Badger and Levi, and two cats, Derby and Zombie. My favorite things to do are Laughing, mud runs, boating and watching movies when I find the time! I also LOVE reality TV! (Don’t judge me! HAHA)

  • Erica Ramsey
    Surgical/Vet Tech

    I was born in  Pennsylvania and moved to Clover when I was very young. I started working for Newport Vet in May 1999 after school in the kennel. I have worked in every position in the hospital from kennel and vet tech to reception. I graduated from Winthrop in 2004 with a B. A. in Psychology. I currently live in York with my husband and son. We have one dog, Ichabod, and four cats named Dainty, Fancy, Mimey and Roman. I love to read, binge watch Netflix, anything to do with the show Supernatural, and spend time with my family.

  • Shelly
    Receptionist

    I am from Pennsylvania and moved to the Carolinas in 1998. I began working for Newport Vet as a receptionist in September 2012. I currently live in Newport with my husband, four yellow labs - Bama, Idgie, Sipsie, Sandy and three cats - Socz, Tonks and Blanche. I love to hang out with my dogs, husband, three daughters and my granddaughter. My hobbies include, but are not limited to, traveling, sailing, sewing, reading/watching Harry Potter and ANYTHING artistic! Art is my passion; I am Shelly of all trades!

  • MeKayla
    Vet tech

    I was born in Pineville, NC but was raised and currently live in Rock Hill, SC. I live with my 2 dogs Hazel and Brodie. I recently adopted a cat named Sage. I have loved animals from the time I was young and I'm glad to finally have the opportunity to work with them! I began working here in April 2019. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my animals, shopping, traveling and binge watching shows on Netflix!

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Too bad that there are only 5 stars available. My wife and I bring our pack and our foster dogs here. Everyone is so helpful and friendly. I've seen all the Drs. and I am comfortable with each one. The techs are fabulous and the front desk folks are fantastic. And a big plus- all seven of my pack love it here!"
    Jerry Bowen
  • "We are so blessed to have an amazing group of people and a veterinarian that care for our days and our family. The staff at Newport are always welcoming, will work with your families needs, and take time to talk during visits. We can't thank them enough for their services and care they provide!"
    Monica Monigold

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