Local directions to emergency vet Nottingham
From South of the River Trent:
Take the A52 signed to Derby, continue to follow this road for approx. 2 miles. Follow the signs for Queen’s Medical Centre & Beeston – move into the right-hand lane to continue on the A52 Ring Road. On the left you will pass The Showcase Cinema & Tenpin bowling. Continue straight to stay on Clifton Blvd then onto Middleton Blvd for the next 1 mile. At the roundabout, just after the CO-OP on your left, take the 3rd exit onto Western Blvd/A6514 / Ring Road (N). The Crown hotel will be on your left
After approx. 1 mile on Western Blvd take a slight right onto Wilkinson St, you will pass the Wilkinson St Park and Ride. Take the next left onto Radford Road, continue for half a mile you will see Selco Builder Warehouse on your left and the PDSA Hospital is directly after this.
From M1 (Nuthall):
Head south on the M1 at junction 26 take the A610 exit to Nottingham, at Nuthall interchange, take the 1st exit onto A610. Continue to follow the A610 and take the 3rd exit at the roundabout to stay on this road.
Turn left to join Western Blvd, and then take a slight right onto Wilkinson St. you will pass the Wilkinson St Park and Ride. Take the next left onto Radford Road, continue for half a mile you will see Selco Builder Warehouse on your left and the PDSA Hospital is directly after this.
From Derby Road/A6200 (Queens Medical Centre):
Driving past the Queens Medical Centre head north-east on Derby Road / A6200 take the left after the passing The Three Wheatsheaves Pub onto Faraday Road. Turn right from Faraday Road, where it then becomes St Peter’s St. Continue to follow the road going onto Hartley Road, then turn left onto Churchfield Lane. Follow Churchfield Road to the junction and take the left onto Alfreton Road and then the first right onto Chadwick Road. Turn right onto Darley Rd, then left onto Bobber Mill Road to the junction, take the left onto Radford Road. Continue for half a mile you will see Selco Builder Warehouse on your left and the PDSA Hospital is directly after this.
About Vets Now Nottingham
Our experienced emergency team in Vets Now Nottingham are here for you at the time you need us most, including while the current restrictions are in place. Your local emergency vet Nottingham has been providing expert veterinary care for pets since 2003. Based within the PDSA Pet Wellbeing Centre in Nottingham, we work nights, weekends and bank holidays to bring you a trusted emergency service when your daytime vet is closed.
If you are unsure if you need to visit our clinic, you can book an appointment with our Video Vets and talk through your concerns. Our vets are available every day from 8am – 11pm.
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