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Where to find us

Vets Now Gillingham,
Campus Way,
ME8 0RR,
We are open bank holidays

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  • Free Parking
  • Disabled Access
  • Toilets

Areas covered by clinic: Areas covered by this clinic: Gillingham, Rainham, Sittingbourne, Stood, Rochester, Chatham, Maidstone and Gravesend

Opening Hours

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Local directions to Vets Now Gillingham

From M2, A2 Canterbury, M25 London:

Exit the M2 at junction 4. Travel along the A278 turning left on the second roundabout. Turn right on the small roundabout into Ambley Road. At the next roundabout take the first exit then turn left into Campus Way. Vets Now is at the end.

From A2, Rochester, Strood:

Follow the A2 through Rochester and Chatham towards Gillingham. Turn right at the roundabout with the A289 (the Honourable Pilot Hotel & Pub is on this roundabout). ** Take the second exit on the small roundabout. At the next roundabout turn left then right at the following roundabout turning onto Bailey Drive. Continue along Bailey Drive turning right into Campus Way. Vets Now is at the end.

From A289, Medway Tunnel:

Follow the A289 towards the A2/M2. At the roundabout with the A2 go straight on into Will Adams Way (the Honourable Pilot Hotel & Pub is on this roundabout). Now follow ** as guided above

About Vets Now Gillingham

Our highly skilled emergency team in Vets Now Gillingham are here for you at the time you need us most. Our pet emergency clinic in Gillingham has been providing pet owners in the area with trusted pet emergency care for over a decade. Based within the PDSA clinic on Campus Way, our dedicated vets and registered vet nurses are here for sick and injured pets at nights, weekends, and bank holidays.

What to expect when you get in touch

Pet emergencies can happen anytime – including when your regular vet is closed. That’s why our emergency vet clinic in Gillingham is open through the night, at weekends and on bank holidays, so we’re ready and waiting to provide expert pet emergency care when your regular vet has some time off.

Regardless of which vet your pet is registered to in the Gillingham area, you can use our out-of-hours service when needed.

We treat all pets, regardless of which daytime clinic you use, and will ensure that all case notes are transferred back to your practice during their working hours. We proudly cover Gillingham, Rainham, Sittingbourne, Stood, Rochester, Chatham, Maidstone and Gravesend.


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  • Accident and Emergency Care
  • Advanced Fluid Therapy
  • Advanced Pain Management
  • Blood Pressure Monitor
  • Blood Transfusions
  • Blood Smear Analysis
  • Critical Care
  • ECG
  • Endoscopy
  • Haematology
  • Hospital Ward
  • In-House Laboratory
  • Isolation Unit
  • Operating Theatre
  • Ultrasound
  • X-Ray

Frequently asked questions

We’ve compiled some answers to questions you might have about attending Vets Now.


How long will I have to wait?

Our highly trained emergency teams are smaller than your daytime vets and manage unpredictable caseloads, especially at weekends. Similar to human A&E, this can lead to variable waiting times as we prioritise the pets requiring more urgent care. If you are at all concerned about your pet’s condition whilst you are waiting, please do not hesitate to contact the team immediately.

What will happen when my pet is waiting to be seen?

Your pet will be initially triaged by one of our nursing team who will ensure that the most seriously ill pets are seen as a priority by one of our vets. If your pet has life-threatening injuries, please be reassured that we will administer emergency first aid treatment.

How long will treatment take?

Treatment length will depend on what the vet and you, the pet owner, decide after the initial assessment. The duty vet will discuss whether you should continue to stay on-site or go home after your consultation. Please do not leave the clinic until advised by the clinic team. You will be asked for consent if your pet is hospitalised.

Will my own vets be updated?

A copy of your pet’s medical records and any additional appropriate information will be sent to your own vets automatically. If you are going for a follow-up appointment with them and they have any questions, they can contact us to discuss further.

I have some questions about cost, payment and insurance.

Our Enquires Team have answered questions you might have about cost, payment and insurance, you can read them here.


For more information about what to expect, please read our guide on visiting our clinics here

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