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Treatment Room

treatment room

The treatment area is the largest section of the hospital and is the central wing of the hospital where the other wards connect to. It consists of 2 examination tables (including a wet-prep facility), 2 portable dental outfits, 4 anaesthetic machines, an emergency “crash” cart, our intensive care unit (ICU), a pathology area including laboratory equipment for rapid blood analysis and microscopy and recovery beds for animals to be observe closely while waking up from an anaesthetic. The treatment room is where animals are anaesthetised and prepared for surgery. Animals are also examined regularly in this room by the vet if they are hospitalised. It is also the area where nail clips and bandage changes are most often carried out.

All our floor coverings are hospital-grade waterproof vinyl to allow for excellent cleaning standards. Our hospital maintenance and infection control protocols are adhered to by all our staff and this is reflected in the extreme cleanliness of the building as a whole. We are proud of the standard of care that each patient receives inside the treatment area and are more than happy to show clients through for a tour of our premises.

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Lihong Xing
Lihong Xing
05:00 05 Nov 18
Highly recommend Dr David, Scott, Helen, and Catherine, I've taken my cat to see all the doctors here.
Vishal Kapoor
Vishal Kapoor
01:52 04 Sep 18
Really amazing staff members. Their systems and processes are also very
Arezu A
Arezu A
03:20 15 Feb 18
Absolutely love the service here. I switched from other Vets to this Vet as the staff here are quite attentive and really care about your furry baby! I have basically seen most of the Dr's here and all of them so far have been fantastic, friendly and fun to speak with! Easy to locate and enough parking available! 5 Stars indeed!
Gerry Stevens
Gerry Stevens
11:01 14 Jul 18
Good competant vet. Did what I needed. Staff friendly. Cat's well.
Jeremy Tarbox
Jeremy Tarbox
22:55 10 Sep 18
We found a stray, agitated dog in front of our house last night. We phoned but got no help from the Council ranger who gave two options: tie him up in front yard overnight or "let him loose, he'll find his own way home" :( So we phoned Gordon Vet: they stayed open a few minutes so we could run him up and he could have a bed and dinner. Thank you Gordon Vet Hospital, hope he gets home soon!!! :)
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