The Sam Goldman Wildlife Hospital
The Sam Goldman Hospital at Tucson Wildlife Center was built to serve all injured and orphaned wildlife rescued in Southern Arizona. We have come a long way, but we also have future plans.
The Sam Goldman Wildlife Hospital broke ground on October 12th, 2012. With the help of the community, the hospital thrives today. The purpose of the hospital is to be open to wildlife of all shapes and sizes in need of medical attention.
As the center was being built, plans were made for the hospital to have cutting-edge technology. Equipped with the best tools, the hospital currently operates at an even greater capacity than the Wildlife Center could have imagined.
With support from the local community and donors, we have a beautiful facility that enables us to help and save more lives. Our triage room changes the way wildlife is cared for in Tucson diagnosing an array of issues effectively and efficiently.
Our state-of-the-art facility includes equipment such as a radiology room and surgery room. We are able to run tests and diagnostics on animals with the intention of releasing them once they are healthy.
Serving our patients
We treat our animals with the utmost importance and respect. We care for each one of our injured and orphaned animals 24/7 with the generous aid of on-call staff, veterinarians, and volunteers.