Welcome to Veterinary Medical Center Ilan. We welcome and love all animals and care for your pets like they are part of our family!
The Veterinary Center operates as a full service veterinary hospital and provides veterinary care 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

In an emergency, please call 052-3403020.
Located in Ra'anana, the veterinary hospital serves the Sharon area cities including: Ra'anana, Kefar Saba, Hod HaSharon, Herzlia and the surrounding communities.

Veterinary Medical Center Ilan specializes in quality veterinary care to a large variety of small animals, exotic pets and birds including: dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, ferrets, hamsters, rats, parrots and other birds.

For an appointment please call 09-7745445

Our office hours:
Sunday-Thursday  9:00-13:00 , 16:00-20:00
 Friday  9:00-14:00

Physical examination is the first step
During each visit your pet will undergo a complete "head to tail" physical examination after which he will receive vaccinations and preventative treatment – if found healthy. In case of illness we will recommend treatment or further diagnostic tests based on our findings.

 We provide a 24 hours hospitalization service for patients who need close monitoring, fluid therapy and post-op recovery.

At the Veterinary Center we provide our pets and their owners with the most advanced veterinary care. The hospital is fully equipped with diagnostic equipment including in house computerized complete blood laboratory, computerized radiography, digital dental X-rays, advanced ophthalmology equipment, ultrasound service and endoscopic service.

Soft tissue and orthopedic surgery
There are two operating rooms in the center – sterile for a large variety of soft tissue and orthopedic procedures and non-sterile for the treatment of contaminated wounds and dental procedures.

All patients going through anesthesia and surgery are tracked with state of the art monitoring equipment for blood pressure, oxygen saturation, heart rate, ECG, respiratory rate and temperature. Heat support and intravenous fluids during surgery are routine. Advance laser CO2 surgery is used for a variety of soft tissue procedures. It has the advantages of high accuracy and minimal bleeding, swelling and pain.

Dr. Ilan’s extensive training and belief in continuing education ensures proper handling of large variety of orthopedic procedures including: external and internal fixation of fractures with pins and plates, patellar luxations, cranial cruciate ligament rupture, femoral head osteotomy (FHO), amputations and more.

Our team includes two full time experienced Veterinarians:
Dr. Irit Ilan
Graduate of The Hebrew University, Koret School of Veterinary Medicine and The University of Pretoria South Africa in 1995. She is also a graduate of small animal medicine and surgery internship program at the University of Pennsylvania. She participates regularly in veterinary seminars and courses, and considers continuing education and staff training as important aspects of her work.
Dr Irit Ilan established Veterinary Medical Center Ilan in 1999 with the vision of providing the best professional and personal medical and surgical care for your pet.
Dr. Inbar Razon
Graduate of the Hebrew University, Koret School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. She has been practicing small animal and avian medicine since. Dr Razon is highly experienced and interested in Soft tissue surgery and ophthalmology. She regularly participates in veterinary seminars and is responsible for our avian patients.
Our Technicians, Ahuva Ilan, Michal Fogel and Orna Epstein are highly experienced and share their love and passion for all animals and their needs.

Grooming service

Our Groomer Tami Lancut is a graduate of the Belgium grooming academy.
She works as Small Animal Groomer since 1995 and has a soft spot for all types of animals.

To schedule an appointment for grooming please call 09-7745445.

We hope you'll make Veterinary Medical Center Ilan your choise for preventative, medical, surgical, dental and hospitalized care for your pet!

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