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New Emergency Vet Clinic Opening Soon in James City

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JAMES CITY-A new emergency veterinarian clinic will open this fall in the Williamsburg Crossing Shopping Center on John Tyler Highway in the space that was previously a Zaxby’s restaurant.


Coastal Animal Referral Emergency (CARE) is an emergency vet practice offering medical care for pets when the family vet is unavailable. The new business is located at 5295 John Tyler Highway.


An exact opening date for the new clinic has not been announced. In anticipation of the opening, CARE is hiring part-time and full-time veterinary assistants and client service representatives for both daytime and overnight shifts. Critical care and ER experience are a plus. To apply, click here.


Construction on the new vet clinic first began earlier this year. The building had been sitting vacant since 2017 following the closing of Zaxby’s.

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