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15-05-2014 - - Veterinary - 0 comments

With the requirement to cover multiple branches as well as the main Hospital, our veterinary nurses cover a lot of ground and look after your pet with dedication and affection. 

NVNAM at The George Veterinary Hospital

The George Veterinary Hospital has a substantial team. It is also a training centre where Nursing Assistants move to become Student Veterinary Nurses and eventually qualify to become Registered Veterinary Nurses.

Aside from their nursing qualifications, several of the team have degrees, but most of all they have a passion for what they do and for delivering the best care and attention for your pets and our clients. We are also represented on the council of the British Veterinary Nursing Association by our Head Nurse, Lucy, and by Kirstie who is currently President of the BVNA.

We are proud to be able to field such a wealth of knowledge and expertise to deliver the best veterinary care for your pet; the nursing team is there at every part of your pet's journey.

National Veterinary Nurse Awareness Month 2014

You'll find them:

  • in reception areas greeting and fussing over your pets
  • assisting our vets during consultations and operations
  • giving your pet lots of cuddles, regular checks and attention, especially when they are in for a stay in Hospital and away from their owners - this is on a rota basis throughout the night too
  • running their own clinics
  • producing information boards
  • delivering puppy parties 
  • studying hard for exams or spending time at regular on-site product training (especially when a free lunch beckons!)
  • available for emergencies out of hours

This list goes on and on and is not exhaustive. They work tirelessly and this month is all about recognising that. You can find out more about the team on our dedicated page "Meet the Team - Nurses". We're also promoting the team on our Facebook page throughout May.

A big thank you from all of us to our fantastic team. We love your passion. 


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