Veterinary Business Management Association Club

Anthony DeCarlo, VMD

Dr. DeCarlo received his veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine in 1982 and completed a neurology residency there in 1985.  NOTE:  he is not board certified.

Dr. DeCarlo is the co-founder and co-owner of Red Bank Veterinary Hospital, one of the country’s premier privately-owned veterinary hospitals, located in Tinton Falls, New Jersey.   The hospital was founded, along with Dr. Thomas Trotter, in 1986, on three principles that remain the guiding philosophy today:  provide the best veterinary medicine and customer service, do what is in the best interest of the patient and client, and give employees the tools they need to excel in their work.   His management practices and guiding philosophy enabled him to turn a two doctor practice into a unique and highly successful veterinary healthcare network of hospitals with approximately 450 employees.

Dr. DeCarlo is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine. After earning his degree and completing a residency there in neurology, Dr. DeCarlo became a pioneer in performing MRI’s on small animals.  He believed in making 24-hour emergency care available to pet owners and later became instrumental in expanding the availability of specialty services.  Today, he has assembled one of the most comprehensive groups of veterinary specialists available to pet owners in a single location.  His vision, philosophy, and commitment to providing pet owners with medical options led to a further expansion of referral services to include 24-hour emergency and specialty care hospitals in Cherry Hill, Hillsborough and Linwood and a physical rehabilitation and medical boarding facility in Red Bank.

The hospital is a proud supporter of many local charities which aim to improve the lives of both animals and children.  Personally, Dr. DeCarlo is active in the veterinary community and serves as president of the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association and as a trustee for The Seeing Eye.  He is a member of the Ronald McDonald Cancer Camp executive board and is also a volunteer and supporter of the Ronald McDonald Cancer Camp for Children and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Monmouth County.