Financial Services

The University of Florida Large Animal Hospital receives limited financial support from the State of Florida. In order to fund our programs, we charge competitive prices for all services and procedures.

Fees for outpatient visits are to be paid in full at the time of service. Admission, including emergencies, require a deposit of 50% of the estimated total cost with the balance due at time of discharge.

For your convenience we accept cash, checks, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express and CareCredit. You may visit the CareCredit website to learn more about their financing. Individuals other than the owner admitting an animal must provide written treatment authorization signed by the owner, or be able to assume financial responsibility for the total cost of the visit. Accurate estimates can only be given after the animal is examined.

Questions regarding your bill

If you have a question or concern regarding your bill, our Accounts Receivable Office is happy to assist you. You may reach them at (352) 294-4720.

You may pay your bill online (your client ID # is found on the upper right of your invoice).  If you would like to pay your bill over the phone we accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and CareCredit. You may also mail a check to:

UF Large Animal Hospital
PO Box 100114
Gainesville, FL 32610

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