Facilities at EVES
We are accredited as a Veterinary Hospital, under the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeonsâ€™ Practice Standards Scheme (PSS). The practical benefit of this can be summed up in three main areas:
- We can offer 24 hour / 365 days a year on-site veterinary nurse care.
- The day-to-day running of the practice is well organised and investment in staff training is a priority.
- The building and equipment are of a consistently high standard, and the comprehensive choice of equipment allows us to treat and nurse complex cases.
The PSS aims to promote and maintain the highest standards of veterinary care.
Click here to understand what this means for you and your pet.
Below is a list of some of the key items of equipment with which we will be looking after your pet:
Separate, temperature-controlled cat and dog kennels, plus an isolation kennel to allow separate nursing of the infectious patient.
A separate kennel with a dedicated oxygen supply to help those critically-ill patients.
Allows quick, high quality digital images of your petâ€™s bones and internal organs.
Creates detailed moving images to investigate the internal organs of your pet.
A fibre optic instrument used to look down the airways and digestive tract.
Full In-house laboratory equipped with haematology, biochemistry, electrolytes, blood gas analysis, microscopy and urine analysis equipment. This allows the team to obtain prompt results to help their treatment plan for your pet.
2 spacious, dedicated operating suites with advanced monitoring equipment to safely monitor the anaesthetic
ECG / Capnograph
Advanced monitoring equipment for monitoring the heart and oxygen levels â€“ especially useful during anaesthetics.
Dedicated night team
An experienced veterinary surgeon and veterinary nurse on site with exclusive emergency and critical patient care experience. When your own vets is closed, if youâ€™re worried about your petâ€™s health there's no need to put off until the morning â€“ Give us a call.
Plenty of free spaces to park directly outside the surgery