Information for vets
To make an appointment you can either:
- complete our web referral form.
- fax us your requirements using this referral form on 0141 330 3663.
- phone us for emergency and urgent cases on 0141 330 5848 then dial 9.
We will then make the appointment directly with the client. Please ensure the contact telephone number given for the client is one they can be contacted on during office hours. Alternatively you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact us on 0141 330 5848.
Out of Hours Emergency Service
We offer a dedicated emergency service working alongside practices to provide emergency treatment. This service is complimentary to your opening hours. If you are interested in utilising this service please contact: email@example.com
For practices utilising the service please find:
- Overnight patient transfer form, email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Out of hours practice materials re-order form
Important client information
When a client is referred to us, please endeavour to give them realistic expectations about the treatment and procedures that can be performed. Our hospital is self-funded and is non-profit making. However, treatment costs can be a lot higher than first anticipated and it is important clients are made aware of this prior to their initial consultation.
A copy of our consultation charges will be sent to the client along with their appointment letter. A quote for any further treatment will be given once the consultation is complete. The client is also sent an information sheet detailing our accounts and insurance procedure.
For accounts or insurance queries contact us on 0141 330 8705.
When a patient is discharged, a case report will be faxed to you at the time of discharge. This will be followed up with a full written report if requested, unless test results are pending. We aim to ensure that you are kept informed about patients you have referred to us.
Ultrasound can be arranged directly without consultation.
Radioactive Iodine Treatment is available for suitable cats following a consultation with the General Medicine clinic.