Spread of Covid 19 has prompted further Government advice regarding limiting contact between people to protect everyone, ensure NHS resources are available for everyone who needs them, and that we have enough healthcare professionals available to care for those affected with this and any other illness or injury.
Veterinary practices have a huge responsibility to protect animal health and welfare and support the farming sector in keeping delivering food to the nation whilst safeguarding public health and under guidance from our professional governing bodies we must act responsibly to prioritise services and maintain this difficult balance.
We must ask you to telephone the practice before attending at any time. It is likely that in some cases we can advise you and prescribe treatment over the telephone.
If your pet needs treatment, you will be asked to come to our surgery where we have facilities and staff ready. It will be necessary to ask you to remain outside the building while we collect your pet and continue to talk to you by telephone as we examine and treat them.
To avoid any unnecessary cross–contamination it is preferable to pay with card.
|Monday to Friday||08:00 to 18:00|
|Saturday||08:30 to 12:00|
We are a practice that has a well earned reputation for being a friendly surgery, with sympathetic and understanding staff. This has enabled us to remain one of the most popular veterinary surgeries in the local area.
We are open Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 6:00pm with consultations (by appointment) between 8:30 - 11:00 in the morning and 3:00 -7:00pm in the afternoon/evening.
Our loyal clients have always "spread the word" about our practice so that we haven't had to rely heavily on advertising or on special deals in order to attract new clients. We like to think that our clients know we appreciate their loyalty to the practice and that we give their pets the respect and treatment that we would expect our own pets to have. We work closely with Harrietsham Ferret Rescue so see many ferrets in practice, as well as dogs, cats, small furries and the odd parrot for a pedicure!
We offer excellent levels of care and expertise in surgery, medicine & orthopaedics in our modern, well-equipped practice here at Harrietsham Surgery and also at our five state of the art surgeries at Chatham, Kingsferry, Kingshill, Sittingbourne and Mote Park.
We wish to recruit for our nursing department. Candidates should have worked full time for at least 9 months in a vets and be either qualified as a registered VN or have the requisite grades and motivation to gain the registered VN qualification via the apprenticeship route. Please apply with two references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a valid phone contact as prospective candidates will be phoned if they are short listed for interview.