NSVH's Future Home in 2023

NSVH is excited to announce that we have purchased the historic James Price House and barn, located at 517 N. Newtown Street Road in Newtown Square. Since opening our doors in 2016, NSVH has been located in a rental property. Dr. DiGiacomo’s long standing intention has been to find a permanent location for the hospital and establish deep roots in the Newtown Square community. Newtown Square residents may recall that the James Price barn formerly housed the veterinary clinic of Dr. Raymond Giuliani. Both Dr. DiGiacomo and the Giuliani family are thrilled that the integrity and legacy of this beautiful building will be preserved.

Our new facility will be at 571 N. Newtown Street Road in Newtown Square, right up the street from our current location. NSVH will be renovating the barn to meet the needs of a modern veterinary clinic, while maintaining its beautiful aesthetic features. The James Price House will be preserved and remain a private residence. The anticipated completion date for this project is early 2023. NSVH will remain fully open and functional in our current location until we move.

We would like the thank the Newtown Square Historical Society for supporting us in this venture and helping us to maintain the rich history of this property.

We look forward to welcoming the 2-legged and 4-legged members of the Newtown Square community to our new facility!

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