Our hospital in the centre of Wolverhampton provides advanced care at all times, should your pet become severely ill. It is also home to our 24/7 Accident & Emergency clinic…
St George’s Hospital in Wolverhampton runs a 24-hour Accident & Emergency service, 365 days a year. This state-of-the-art facility is one of only a handful of veterinary hospitals in the country that has a vet and nursing team on-site 24 hours a day, with full access to your pet's medical history – regardless of which local surgery you usually visit. This saves critical time in an emergency. Your pet can be assessed and treated straight away, and receive round-the-clock care at the hospital for as long as they need.
You can come to us at any time and have your pet treated promptly and to the highest standard by an excellent, caring team. Our A&E service is also used by 14 other practices in the area for out-of-hours cover.
As well as providing 24/7 Accident & Emergency treatment, St George’s Hospital offers:
24-hour Inpatient Care
If your dog, cat or rabbit needs in-patient hospital care from us at Wolverhampton, don’t worry! Our highly skilled and caring team will provide uninterrupted care all day and night.
We have many vets, nurses and animal care assistants in the hospital at all times, and a designated member of the team is awake and working in the kennels and cattery at all times to care for your pet when they’re staying at St George’s Hospital.
Your pet won’t feel alone while they are in with us. Rest assured that they’ll get plenty of chatter and cuddles, regular food and drink where appropriate, and have their bed fluffed up and changed when necessary. We know what it takes to help them feel as happy and as healthy as possible. So if your dog wants to go out for a wee at 4:10am, it’s not a problem!
Our hospital facilities at St George’s are often used by other vet practices referring their own patients, and we can also recommend other specialist medical services if your pet requires them.
For dogs and cats with skin problems we are visited by David Godfrey Dermatology. David Godfrey also performs BAER hearing tests for dogs and cats with suspected hearing loss or to screen for genetic deafness .
A number of local vet practices refer their patients to our main hospital for further, advanced investigation work and treatments using our high-tech facilities.
Patients coming from a referred practice can be collected and returned via our animal ambulance, along with any medical history, from the referring vet.
If we feel that your pet would benefit from an additional specialist medical opinion, we have contacts all over the country to ensure that an early appointment can be made.
For advanced medical opinions we commonly use Willows referral service, which is based in Solihull in the West Midlands. They have a state-of-the-art medical centre, which can offer support at the highest level.
For eye cases, we’re visited every fortnight by a veterinary surgeon from the Leominster-based Eye Veterinary Clinic.
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