Ealing : 0208 567 2724 Chiswick : 0208 995 2823
Hounslow : 0208 570 0489 Brentford : 0208 568 8606

Out of hours Emergency Service

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Do you have a pet emergency? If so call us straight away on 0208 567 2724.

 

This is our main Ealing reception number and will give you access to veterinary advice 24 hours a day 365 days a year.

 

Our out of hours service is changing from 01 July 2017, please find details below:

 

We will continue to see all out of hours emergencies at our Ealing surgery between the hours of 7am and 10pm every day. Between the hours of 10pm and 7am urgent cases will be seen at the local 24 hour clinic in Richmond run by Medivet.

 

If you call when our surgery is closed, please listen carefully to the recorded message which will give you the contact number for our own veterinary surgeon on call. The contact number once dialled will connect you to our on duty vet until 10 pm (7 days a week), and after 7am, or the local 24 hour vet clinic in Richmond between 10 pm and 7am (7 days a week).

 

Weekend and Bank Holiday emergencies (7am - 10pm) will also be seen by our own veterinary surgeons at our Ealing surgery, 43 The Mall, Ealing, W5 3TJ. Click here for directions.

 

The Richmond 24 hour clinic address is 171 Lower Richmond Road, Mortlake, London, SW14 7HX. Click here for directions.

 

All patients that are presented to Young Veterinary Partnership between 7am - 10pm that require hospitalisation will be cared for at our surgeries (Ealing or Hounslow), and will not be moved to another site. In the case of overnight hospitalisation of a patient, continual monitoring cannot be achieved. The duty veterinary surgeon will make checks as necessary as determined by the condition of the patient.

 

 

Fees - Emergency Out of Hours

At Young Veterinary Partnership - up until 10pm, 7 days a week £120.00

(There is a surcharge of £55.13 for unregistered clients.)

At Richmond 24 hour clinic - From 10pm until 7am, 7 days a week £126.28 for cats and dogs, £107.56 for small animals/exotics.

 

Please note: If your pet requires further treatment and or hospitalisation, charges are in addition to the Emergency Out Of Hours fees and will vary from patient to patient.

 

Please notify us immediately if you have arranged an emergency appointment and become unable to attend for any reason, or are running late. If the on-call vet is made to await an emergency for more than half an hour without notification we will be forced to apply a £50 charge.

 

The devotion and warmth of the Partnership staff are second to none – we have been with them for years and recommend them to all.

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