Eastcott Vets Specialist Referrals
Eastcott Vets have an experienced team of vets, nurses and support staff.
When we are faced with a difficult, challenging or Specialist case, we are uniquely placed in that we have an in-house Specialist team of vets that we can refer to.
- What is a Specialist vet?
A vet can't call themselves a Specialist just because they focus on and enjoy an area of veterinary medicine.The Specialist status is awarded after many years of study in a particular field of veterinary medicine. They will have passed additional examinations in their area of specialism and will take referrals, publish, train other and take referrals
- What type of cases do Eastcott Referrals see?
- Anaesthesia and Analgesia
- Diagnostic imaging
- Includes x-ray, CT, Ultrasound with MRI coming soon
- Internal Medicine
- Ophthalmology (including cataract surgery)
- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
- Orthopaedics (including hip replacement)
- Soft Tissue Surgery
- How can I see an Eastcott Referrals Specialist Vet?
- If you are a client of Eastcott Vets, you should be referred internally should the vet treating your pet feel that this will be of benefit
- If ou are not a client of Eastcott Vets, speak to your vet as they will need to make the referral. They will refer your case and send along a full history and any x-rays or similar that will be helpful to get a full picture of treatment to date. You can read more about the process here