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Referral Clinician Veterinary Surgeon Recruitment

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Vets Now has two 24/7 emergency and specialty hospitals in Glasgow and Swindon and a third is due to open in Manchester in November 2016. Quality emergency and critical care (ECC) is at the core of everything our hospitals do. Each one is fully equipped to provide round-the-clock expertise in disciplines including surgery, internal medicine, oncology, ophthalmology and ECC itself.

As a clinician working within our multi-disciplinary teams, you’ll have excellent nursing support and access to state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. You’ll see a varied caseload and have the opportunity to contribute to internal training programmes and our evidence-based research group, making a difference to the wider profession.

It’s also worth noting that collaboration and teamwork are absolutely vital to the success of our hospitals. They operate in an environment where openness, honesty and taking responsibility are part of the culture and the Vets Now purpose of giving people and their pets the care and support they deserve, at the time they need it most, is embedded in everything they do.

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If you would like to discuss any of our emergency and specialty hospital roles, call our recruitment team on 01383 841 181 or for more information email

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Working at Vets Now Farnham

Senior Nurse Manager

The one major positive is it’s never, ever boring in Farnham. If you’re looking for a challenging clinical role alongside people who have a real desire to do a great job and want to make a difference you’ll fit in well. The most important attribute is having a positive attitude. Kath Howie, Senior Nurse Manager, Farnham

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