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Animal hospital invests in brand-new veterinary ambulance

A leading vet practice in Wiltshire has upgraded its fleet of emergency vehicles with the addition of a top-notch ambulance to help transport its patients

Eastcott Vets, which is based is Swindon and is part of Linnaeus, has always placed a strong emphasis on the high standard of care it provides to pet owners in the region, and its new addition of a op-notch ambulance further cements its continued commitment. 

The investment in the new pet ambulance follows a recent extensive refurbishment programme at its hospital in Edison Park, which enables the vets to deliver healthcare and facilities to rival those enjoyed by humans.

The £3 million hospital project led to the introduction of a new Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) unit, out-of-hours service and several new operating theatres with state-of-the-art equipment.

Niki Burton, hospital director said: “We are so proud that Eastcott continues to break barriers with the standards of care and service we provide to our patients and clients.

“This new ambulance helps to further boost our capabilities in reaching pets and supporting owners.  With three practices spread across Swindon, the ambulance will help ensure we can provide the best possible care to pets when they need it most.

“Our amazing team of clinicians, nurses, physiotherapists and administrative staff work so hard every day to maintain an excellent standard of service and we are keen to continue investing in equipment that will aid them deliver just this.

“We’ve branded up the ambulance with Eastcott livery, so it will be hard to miss! Keep your eyes peeled as it makes its way around Swindon.”

As well as primary care services, Eastcott offers specialist expert care in cardiology, dentistry, internal medicine, ophthalmology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, oncology, orthopaedics, soft tissue surgery, laparoscopy, neurology, diagnostic imaging, CT and MRI, anaesthesia and analgesia and emergency and critical care.

For more information, visit their website or search for Eastcott Vets on social media.

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