14th Emergency & Critical Care UK Conference
More than 1000 veterinary practices across the UK have discovered the advantages of partnering with Vets Now to provide their out-of-hours cover. Find out how it can work for your practice by clicking on the link below.
Our three emergency and specialty hospitals — in Glasgow, Manchester and Swindon — provide accessible emergency and critical care and specialist referral services for your clients 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Vets Now offers a rewarding career in emergency and critical care for vets, vet nurses and support staff. Explore this section to discover who we are, what we’re about, and what job opportunities we have across our 58 sites.
All our clients who have used the Vets Now out-of-hours service have been pleased with the treatment given. Our practice staff have also been completely satisfied. The service you provide is professional and efficient.
The staff at Vets Now are terrific. In fact, every practice needs your service. I had reservations about the centralised call handling service, but it's been brilliant, a real success, and the system really works.
Thanks to Vets Now I can now offer my clients a great level of service 24 hours a day, seven days a week — and my team and I get that work/life balance our industry always struggles to achieve.
Our practice has been open for two years and we love that Vets Now covers our out-of-hours. It gives our practice peace of mind that our patients will receive gold-standard care throughout the night as well.
Pet Blood Bank
Pet Blood Bank is the only charity that provides a canine blood bank service for veterinary practitioners across the UK. Find out how your patients can benefit from its incredible work by clicking on the link below.
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Our potentially lifesaving Tox Box service gives veterinary practices 24-hour access to the drugs needed to treat emergency cases of poisoning. Click on the link below to learn how it works.