Tinton falls location curbside check-in

please note: if your pet is experiencing an emergency, you may enter the building.

Thank you for choosing Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals in Tinton Falls. For your safety and convenience, we have made checking in simple and efficient. Please click on a button below to access the digital check-in form based on your needs.

For appointments, admits and discharges, click here to check-in:


For pharmacy pick-up, click here to check-in:


If you have any questions or still need help checking in, our parking lot attendants are available to help.

Code of Conduct

Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals is dedicated to providing a welcoming and comfortable environment which ensures the trust and respect for all clients, patients, and staff.

Our mission is to provide the very best service and medicine to our patients. In order to maintain this environment, we have established the following Client and Staff Code of Conduct:

Staff Rights & Responsibilities

Staff are expected to:

  • Act professionally, with integrity, objectivity, and equality
  • Treat all individuals with kindness and respect
  • Ensure clients have clear and accurate information in order to make informed decisions
  • Strive to continuously update their professional knowledge and skills
  • Respect the privacy of client and patient information
  • Abide by all Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals policies and procedures
  • Communicate clearly and collaboratively with all providers to ensure the best possible outcomes

Staff will not:

  • Discriminate against any individual or group of individuals
  • Engage in violent, abusive, or harassing behavior
  • Post comments on social media that harass, bully, or defame any client or patient

Client Rights & Responsibilities

Clients have the right to:

  • Be treated with the utmost respect and dignity
  • Be given clear and accurate information in order to make informed decisions
  • Receive help to understand information given to them by staff
  • Provide feedback about services and how services are delivered
  • Request to transfer care to their primary veterinarian or another qualified provider of their choice

Clients are expected to:

  • Treat all individuals with respect with words, body language, or gestures
  • Be responsible for the behavior and control of their pet in the waiting areas
  • Be honest and factual with all information provided to staff

Clients will not:

  • Engage in violent, abusive, or harassing behavior
  • Be under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs