New Patient Center

All Friends Veterinary Hospital New Patient Center

Do you need a veterinarian in East Islip? At All Friends Veterinary Hospital, we welcome pets throughout our Long Island community, from East Islip and Brightwaters to Oakdale and Bay Shore. If you're new to our veterinary hospital, we encourage you to browse our new patient center and complete the necessary paperwork before your pet's first visit. At All Friends Veterinary Hospital, we do our best to keep you informed and prepared, and we also value your time. Please enjoy the convenient resources in our virtual new patient welcome center.

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Complete Your New Patient Form Online

We want to minimize stress for your pet, so we encourage you to fill out their new patient paperwork ahead of time instead of waiting until you arrive for an appointment. Just download the new patient registration form from our website, and complete it before your pet's first exam. This gives you time to compile details about your pet's health history and needs, making our own records more accurate and comprehensive.

Learn What to Expect During the Exam

So, what will happen during your pet's first visit? Most new patients start with a comprehensive wellness exam, which includes a head-to-tail checkup to assess your pet's physical health. Your East Islip veterinarian will inspect your pet's entire body, paying close attention to the condition of the teeth, fur, skin, nails, gums, eyes, nose, ears, and joints. We also evaluate the lungs, heart, and other vital organs. During this first exam, we may administer core vaccines or suggest a vaccination and parasite prevention schedule for future visits.

Tour Our East Islip Vet Hospital

Want a preview of our facility? At All Friends Veterinary Hospital, we take pride in our clean, cheerful rooms and state-of-the-art medical equipment. We also understand that you want the best for your pets, so we don't expect you to take our word for it. Before you come in for your pet's first visit, take a virtual tour from the comfort of home. We've published several recent photographs of our East Islip veterinary hospital and staff.

Explore Your Payment Options

Cost shouldn't prevent your pet from getting the preventative care or treatment they need. We honor a variety of payment options at our veterinary hospital, including CareCredit, debit and credit cards, and most major pet insurance policies. If you face unexpected vet bills, we'll work with you to configure a payment plan through CareCredit.

Schedule Your Pet's First Wellness Exam

Our East Islip veterinary team wants to make your pet's first visit as painless as possible. To welcome you to the family, we'll take 15% off your pet's first wellness exam! Just fill out our online form to request an appointment for a wellness exam with our East Islip vet. We serve pets throughout East Islip and the surrounding area, and we look forward to caring for your family member for years to come.

Exclusive Offer

New patients receive 15% OFF first wellness exam.

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Testimonial

  • "I can not say enough about these wonderful people. Dr. Reda is the most compassionate veterinarian I have ever met. My beloved dog passed from cancer, but they were there every step of the way with any questions or concerns, even when they were oh vacation and I was totally distraught about it, they made sure to address my concerns and never made me feel like I was crazy. There should be more people like Dr. Reda and his staff in this business. I am forever grateful for all of you."
    Patricia Schwartz / East Islip, NY
  • "Dr. Reda and his staff are amazing!! Dr. Reda is the most compassionate vet I have ever met. He took wonderful care of a feral cat I brought in today. And Chauntelle was so brave handling this cat..I am so grateful for their expertise and professionalism."
    Jackie S.
  • "I am happy with the veterinarians response to most issues. The staff is kind and caring and they usually see you the day you called. They're always happy to do refills by phone."
    Stephen B.
  • "I had such a good experience when I brought in a feral cat family during a TNR mission that I returned a month later when I adopted two of the kittens. Dr. Reda is simply a wonderful veterinarian. I appreciate his well-informed, holistic approach to treatment. He & his staff take the time to give me plenty of information and answer all my questions, while doing everything they can to minimize any distress and discomfort my cats experienced during the visit. In short, if you are looking for a vet that is highly knowledgeable, accessible, and compassionate, I cannot recommend All Friends highly enough."
    Anna
  • "Dr. Reda and his staff are so thorough and caring with my dog. I've never had a vet that I really trusted before now that makes me feel like my dog and family's best interests are at heart. Thank you All Friends for making everything easier for my dog and family."
    Michelle T.
  • "Best veterinarian! Very pleasant and wouldn't go anywhere else. Staff is very pleasant too."
    Lynn M.
  • "Had a great experience at All Friends Veterinary today.
    Dr. Reda and his staff quickly diagnosed our Dog's issue. They were very accommodating and compassionate. I would highly recommend his services."
    Steven P.
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