Fairfield Veterinary Centre | Hinckley Veterinary PracticeTime 2020-12-29 14:04:03
Description:Fairfield Veterinary CentreYou won't care how much we know - until you know how much we careFairfield Veterinary CentreYou won't care how much we know - until you know how much we careAdopted as our practice philosophy, we aim to provide to the pet owning population of Hinckley the same standard of care we would expect of our own pets.If you are a new client, we would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Fairfield Veterinary Centre. There has been a veterinary practice on this site for almost 60 years.The Fairfield Veterinary Centre specialises in companion animals and comprises of four veterinary surgeons, each with different areas of expertise. It is one of the only practices in Leicestershire, of its size, to achieve such a standard.We employ five fully qualified veterinary nurses, an unusually high nurse:vet ratio. Consequently we will see difficult cases referred to us from other veterinary surgeons on a regular basis.A European specialist in anaesthesia awarded the Fairfield Veterinary Centre the Gold Standard of its anaesthetic protocol using the most modern and safe techniques. As a result most patients are routinely blood tested prior to a general anaesthetic in order to establish any hidden underlying medical concerns.Sign up to receive our latest pet storiesStay updated with all of our latest pet stories and receive an email every time we post a new story.Submit the form to the right and subscribe.in conjunction withFairfield Veterinary surgeons Terry Dunne and Geraldine Young write "Interesting Case" articles for the Hinckley Times. Dogs Read some of our interesting stories such as a spaniel with a thorn in its eye and a dog that ate rocks. Cats Read some of our genuine cases, including broken legs, airgun wound, and a kitten who snores! Rabbits Read some advice on rabbit care as well as stories about rabbit dental problems, neutering and other issues Other Stories Fairfield has nursed a wide variety of creatures back to health, including wild birds and hedgehogs.All our staff are friendly, well qualified animal enthusiasts. Click on a person to find out more about them.Terry DunnePrincipal Veterinary SurgeonTIn 1996 I completed the purchase of Fairfield and directed the practice towards small animals. Investment in instruments and diagnostic tools quickly followed.Geraldine YoungAssociate Veterinary SurgeonI deal with the more challenging medical cases in the practice, and have a particular interest in gastroenterology, oncology and endocrinology. I am especially interested in feline medicine.Aga Adamiec-DygusAssociate Veterinary SurgeonHelping my grandfather to look after animals on his farm during school holidays was my first real experience with animals and I think the 'veterinary seed' was planted then and is still growing strongly now.Nora JanossyAssociate Veterinary SurgeonI am mostly interested in internal medicine, but have not decided yet which field to study in depth. Being the owner of an elderly dog, geriatrics is close to my heart, I would also like to learn more about diagnostic imaging.LisaPractice ManagerI was offered the position of Practice Manager in 2012. I seemed to find it an easy transition as I already knew the running of the practice with working here as a nurse and I also had great support from my colleagues.ErainHead Veterinary NurseMy job is theatre nurse and training student veterinary nurses, particular interests include nursing the feline patient.ZaraVeterinary NurseI joined the Fairfield team in September 2015, and I love the role of a Veterinary Nurse and have no regrets in picking this career. NicolaVeterinary NurseBeing from a farming background I have grown up surrounded by animals my whole life. This started my passion for caring for animals and has carried on in to my adult life.AbbeyVeterinary NurseI have a particular passion for dentistry and love helping owners to make sure we can keep their pet's teeth pearly white and healthy!EmmaReceptionistI have always shown a great interest and passion for animal welfare and as such have volunteered for a number of animal rescues.EmmaReceptionistIt has always been a great ambition of mine to pursue a career working with animals in some capacity, so the position I work in at Fairfield allows me to utilise the knowledge I gained at college.Fairfield Veterinary Centre51 Leicester Road,Hinckley,LeicestershireLE10 1LWTel: 01455 637 642Fax: 01455 631 email@example.comEmergency Number0116 255 6360
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