About Eastcott Vets
Eastcott Vets - History
Eastcott Vets has been part of of the Swindon community since the 1960’s
It began life on Eastcott Hill, hence the name. In 1997, Eastcott Vets moved from Eastcott Hill to Bath Road, to what had been the Old Town Club on Bath Road. This coincided with the practice being accredited with the status of Veterinary Hospital – the highest accreditation for a small animal veterinary practice.
In 2001 we were the winner of the national Petplan Veterinary Practice of the Year award which was recognition of how far the practice had come.
In 2011 we moved into our new hospital building where we have amongst the best facilities for a first opinion practice in the country. Eastcott Vets now has 3 veterinary surgeries in Swindon, Bath Road, Old Town, Clive Parade, Cricklade Road Clinics, plus our large Clinic & Hospital at Edison Park, Dorcan.
2012 Eastcott Vets win the UK Veterinary Practice of the Year again!
In 2012, we again won the Petplan Veterinary Practice of the Year award, and are the only practice in the country to have won this prestigious award twice. In addition, vets, nurses and staff have been nominated for awards every year since the awards have been running.
2014 Eastcott Vets are Recognised as an ISFM Cat Friendly Practice
We have always been particularly skilled at knowing how to provide special treatment for our feline patients. Their requirements are very different to dogs. We are now officially recognised as a Cat Friendly Practice. Read more about what this means for you and your cats.
What it means to be a ISFM Cat Friendly Vets.
In 2018 Eastcott Vets became part of the Linnaeus Group.
The Linnaeus Group is a vibrant, forward-thinking partnership of highly respected veterinary practices across the UK, comprising some of the best clinicians in the profession, including specialisms in small animal, farm and equine.
August 2018 - Building Work Begins at Edison Park
Building work begins to bring new facilities to our Edison Park Clinic and Hospital.
New Facilities will include:
- 3 Additional Operating Theatres
- 4 Additional Consulting rooms
- New Improved Cat Friendly Cat Ward
- Dedicated Cat Friendly Examination Room
- 2 New Dog Wards
- Dedicated Canine Friendly Examination Room
- 3 New Procedure Rooms
- Larger Intensive Care and Recovery Suite
- Additional X-Ray and Ultrasound Rooms
- Larger Specialist Dentistry Suite
- Provision for MRI Unit
- Improved Staff Facilities