About Newport Veterinary Hospital

Newport Veterinary Hospital was established in December 1987 by its current owner, Dr. Kenneth W. Brown. Over the past 29 years, the practice has grown from a one-doctor clinic housed in a small modular office building to a three-doctor practice in a 5000 square foot hospital. Despite these changes, our team of long-term staff members remains dedicated to providing affordable high quality medicine to cats and dogs of all ages.

Our commitment to promoting pet health includes in-house laboratory equipment which allows rapid diagnosis of disease. Radiography, blood analysis (CBC/chemistry/thyroid), urinalysis, and heartworm testing can be performed onsite. In addition to diagnostics, a variety of soft tissue surgeries including spays, neuters, wound repairs, growth removals, basic ophthalmic repairs, and some intestinal/genitourinary operations are performed.

We also have the ability to complete routine dental procedures such as cleanings and tooth extractions. A 10% discount is provided on all dental services during the months of February and September.

Surgical safety is assured through pre-anesthetic blood testing and extensive perioperative monitoring. In some instances, complicated and/or emergent cases will be referred to Carolina Veterinary Specialists.

Newport Veterinary Hospital also houses a boarding kennel, bathing facility, pharmacy, and a full line of prescription veterinary diets.

We welcome patients from throughout the Rock Hill area, York County and all surrounding areas.

Our Veterinarians

Dr. Kenneth W. Brown

Dr. Brown, a Rock Hill native, earned a B.S. in biology from Winthrop University and his D.V.M. from Tuskegee University in Alabama. His hobbies include yard work, fishing, snorkeling, and relaxing with his two dogs, Jackson and Rascal.

Dr. Ryann Jones

Dr. Jones has been practicing at Newport Veterinary Hospital for ten years. She received a B.S. in biology from Towson State University in Maryland. She then attended Louisiana State University, where she received her D.V.M. Dr. Jones has four dogs, two horses, and two cats. She enjoys running, fishing, and spending time with her family.