Referral Support

Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals built our emergency and referral service to be an asset to all veterinarians who choose to refer a patient to our practice.

Referral Relations

For the benefit of your clients, we continue to implement new procedures to ensure that our referral relationship is effective and efficient. Referral Relationship Managers want to help you offer the best possible state-of-the-art care to your patients.

They are your link to Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals and are dedicated to building on-going, trustworthy relationships between you and our team.

Here’s how they can help:

  • Interested in scheduling an in-house Lunch & Learn or case rounds with one of our specialists?
  • Want to learn more about one of our specialty departments?
  • Need help setting up a client lecture series at your hospital?
  • Want a list of resources to help your technicians receive more training?
  • Interested in setting up on-site training with one of our doctors or technicians?
  • Have a question about a referral report?
  • Need an urgent consult for a sick patient?

Meet your Referral Relations Team

Nicole Luciano

Practice Manager / Referral Relationship Manager

Rose Burke

Referral Relationship Manager
(908) 283-6129

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Kevin Pagliano

Referral Relationship Manager
(908) 770-0599

You can also check out our convenient online referral form.

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Now Available for Tinton Falls Referring Veterinarians: Direct Phone Line
At Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals in Tinton Falls, we’re constantly working to improve our communication and continue to provide the high level of service you have come to expect. In light of COVID-19, we understand getting in touch with our team has been more challenging, so we have opened an exclusive phone line staffed with dedicated team members to better assist you.
Here’s what you need to know:

Call: (732) 747-3636 and PRESS 2

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
If you need immediate assistance and are calling outside those hours please press 0.
Need to reach a specific department? Email them directly:

Lunch & Learns

The specialists at Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals are available to bring continuing education to you!


Interested in setting up a Lunch & Learn for your staff?

Simply call your personal Referral Relationship Manager for more information. Let them know what specialty service and topic you’re interested in and give them a few potential dates to choose from. We’ll do the rest!

Referral Forms

Referring Veterinarians: Convenient Online Referral Forms

Referring veterinarians, you will appreciate our easy online submission process for necessary referral forms. To expedite communication, please submit appropriate forms before your patient arrives.

If you have referred a patient for specialty services, you may wish to advise your clients of the convenient online submission process for the forms listed below.

Contact our hospital if you have any questions regarding the need to submit forms, records, or other information.

Referral Forms for Veterinarians Only

Referring veterinarians are asked to complete the following form and submit online, so we may schedule your patient for specialty services.

Referral Form

Additionally, you can also download our referral forms here:






Specialist Appointment Schedule

Refer Patients to Veterinary Specialists: Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals New Jersey

Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Emergencies are seen at all hours of the day and night at these New Jersey locations: Hillsborough, Mount Laurel and Tinton Falls. No appointment or referral needed for veterinary emergencies.


Specialist Availability

Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals partners with the primary care veterinarian by being available as an emergency hospital 24 hours a day. When possible, patients are treated on an outpatient basis and then directed back to the primary care veterinarian for follow up. Patients requiring immediate hospitalization are transferred to our critical care unit or general wards until they are able to be discharged. We work cooperatively with referring veterinarians, providing all information needed for optimal follow up.