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Beech House Veterinary Centre

Our address:
Beech House Veterinary Centre
High Street
Surrey, TW17 9BL

Tel: 01932 222257
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General information about this Surgery:

Welcome to Beech House Veterinary Centre

With our team of qualified and experienced vets, nurses and receptionists we are able to offer you expert advice when you need it.

We perform our own Emergency Service, so you don't have to travel somewhere unusual at a critical time, and you'll be seen by our regular Veterinary team who you know.

We have branches in Hersham, Shepperton, Cobham and Thames Ditton. Give us a ring on 01932 220768 to find out more or register.

We are a RCVS tier 2 accredited practice - we have regular inspections by the RCVS, so you know that we maintain the high standards of veterinary care that you would expect.

Species treated:

We treat the full range of pets at this surgery
We don't treat farm animals or equine
We have a particular interest and experience in the treatment of ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits.

This surgery is near to these places:

Surrey, Chertsey, Middlesex, Shepperton, Sunbury-on-Thames, Laleham

Our surgery Covers:

FerretsGuinea PigsRabbits

Practice Interests:

Dermatology (skin problems)

Opening times:

All consultations by appointment

Monday to Friday

Surgery Open 0900-1800

Consultations 1100-1300 & 1615-1800

In the event of an emergency please phone 01932 220768

Practice Standards:

Mobile Services

No mobile services available.

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