Medivet 24 Hour Alfreton

Alfreton Park Veterinary Hospital

01773 832218

4.7 /5
675 reviews

216 King Street, Alfreton, DE55 7DF

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Out of hours: Consult fee from £249 inc VAT. No charge for assessment by phone.

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Meet the team

Nick Pine MA VetMB BSAVA PGCertSAOpthal MRCVS

Partner and Veterinary Surgeon


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Nick Pine MA VetMB BSAVA PGCertSAOpthal MRCVS

Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

I joined the practice in 1999, having qualified from Cambridge vet school in 1996. I then became a partner in the practice in 2004. Clinically, my interests include ophthalmology (eye cases), ultrasound scanning, medical cases and keyhole surgery. I passed a post graduate examination in ophthalmology in 2023. When I’m not working, I enjoy cycling, both on and off road, and play local league table tennis. I have two children and a ‘sprollie’ dog called Archie.

Matt Ingram BVetMed CertSAS MRCVS

Partner and Veterinary Surgeon


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Matt Ingram BVetMed CertSAS MRCVS

Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified from London in 1991, joined the practice in 1993 and became a partner at the branch in 1995. My area of expertise is surgery and I obtained the Certificate in Small Animal Surgery in 2004. Outside of work I’m a keen cyclist and enjoy mountain biking and competing in cyclocross races. I debuted on the world stage when I competed in the 2017 World Cyclocross Championships in Belgium, and finished 31st in the 2023 World Gravel Championships in Italy.

Babs Ingram BVetMed CertVC MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon


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Babs Ingram BVetMed CertVC MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I came to Alfreton as a new graduate in 1991 and have been here ever since! I did a post graduate qualification in cardiology in 2008 and see the practice caseload of heart and respiratory cases, as well as taking referrals. In my spare time, I enjoy running and completed the London marathon in 2013 in aid of Kidney Research UK. I’m Chair of Derby Excel swimming club, which keep me very busy, and I'm also a qualified swimming referee. I have a Cavalier King Charles spaniel called Herbie and two cats.

Lizzie John BVM BVS PGCertSAECC MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon


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Lizzie John BVM BVS PGCertSAECC MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I joined the practice in September 2015 after qualifying from Nottingham University in 2014. I previously worked for the PDSA in Southampton which was very busy and kickstarted my career in veterinary work. In 2022, I passed obtained a post graduate qualification in Emergency and Critical Care. Out of work I am married to Bobby, and have 2 young children.

Natalie Pryor BVM+S MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon


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Natalie Pryor BVM+S MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I joined the practice in September 2018. I’m from California and obtained a degree in Small Animal Science at the University of California. I then moved to Scotland in 2012 to study to be a vet at the University of Edinburgh. I have a special interest in soft tissue surgery and geriatric care. I now live in Long Eaton with my husband Matt, my two cats Pablo and Conner and a dog called Eric. In my spare time I enjoy reading, cooking and travelling the world. I am on maternity leave after having a baby boy in July 2023.

Tom Wallage BVM BVS MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon


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Tom Wallage BVM BVS MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2017, and worked in a busy first opinion and referral practice in Cheshire after graduation. I joined the team at Alfreton in 2020 (just before lockdown!) and have loved working in Derbyshire ever since. My main interest is all things surgical, and I obtained a post graduate Certificate in Small Animal Surgery in 2023. Outside of work, I am a keen musician, playing the trumpet in local ensembles. I also enjoys running, and exploring the Derbyshire Dales. I live locally with wife Amy (who used to be a vet here), our beautiful baby daughter Erin and two cats Bella and Beans.

Diana Gomes

Night Veterinary Surgeon


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Diana Gomes

Night Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies in 2015. I worked in Lisbon before moving to Barcelona to complete a rotating internship at a referral hospital. I joined the Alfreton practice in November 2020. I am passionate about emergency and critical care. I enjoy the challenge of working in a fast-paced environment and helping animals in need. I am also a strong advocate for animal welfare and believe that all animals deserve to be treated with compassion and respect. In my free time, I enjoy going to the beach, preferably with my dog. I also enjoy spending time with my family and friends, reading, and travelling.

Fiona Ditcher BVetMed MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon


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Fiona Ditcher BVetMed MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified in 2015 from the Royal Veterinary College. I originally came as a locum vet but loved it so much here that I decided to stay! I am mainly interested in soft tissue surgery, but enjoy general practice. I am married to Charlie, we have 2 rescue dogs, Archie and Jess, and a cat called Toby. Outside of work, I am very keen on sports, and play netball. My other hobbies include walking with my dogs and baking.

Alex Wisely BVM BVS MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon


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Alex Wisely BVM BVS MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified from the university of Nottingham in 2020 and joined the practice shortly afterwards. I particularly like working with cats and rabbits, and have two Dutch rabbits of my own. Outside of work I enjoy painting, crochet and horse riding.

Lorenzo Cerreta PgC(SAS) MRCVS

Night Veterinary Surgeon


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Lorenzo Cerreta PgC(SAS) MRCVS

Night Veterinary Surgeon

I am one of the night vets at Alfreton. graduated in 2010 in Naples, Italy, and have been living and working in the UK since 2016. My main interests include surgery and emergency care. In my free times, I love outdoor activities like running, cycling and hiking.

Aurelie Lippens DVM Cert AVP PgVPS MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon


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Aurelie Lippens DVM Cert AVP PgVPS MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I'm Aurelie. Originally from Belgium, I finished my studies back in 2014. Then I took a leap across the channel to England for a short stint, thinking I would gain some veterinary experience and have a bit of an adventure. Turns out, I fell in love with the place (and my future husband!) and never left! I got my certificate in advanced veterinary practice from the University of Liverpool in 2021, and spent six years as a first opinion vet in a referral hospital before joining the lovely Alfreton crew in January 2023. I enjoy a lot of different aspects of veterinary, but have a special interest in medicine and imaging. When I'm not at work, you'll find me scrambling in the Peak District with my crazy Springer Spaniel Curie. I'm also big on cooking, crafting, travelling and hanging out with friends. I am also a proud parent to two rescue cats and a lively little daughter who keeps me on my toes.

Clara Illes-Willbourn BVetMed MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon


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Clara Illes-Willbourn BVetMed MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2021 and have been working here since February 2023. My interest lies in exotics, and I have a love for the weird and wonderful, whether furry, feathered or scaly. I have 3 rats of my own at home, who are cute, cheeky and chaotic! I recently started working towards a certificate in Zoological Medicine and I am excited for this new journey. Outside of work, I like to spend as much time outdoors as possible. I enjoy climbing, hiking and having all sorts of adventures.

Catherine Giraldo-Pino MV MRCVS GPCert (SAS) PgCert (VPS) Cert AVP

Veterinary Surgeon


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Catherine Giraldo-Pino MV MRCVS GPCert (SAS) PgCert (VPS) Cert AVP

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated with honours from the University Antonio Nariño of Colombia, before moving to Spain to begin working in first opinion practice. I achieved the GP Certificate in Small Animal Surgery with the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies, followed by the Postgraduate Certificate in small animal practice with the Autonomous University of Barcelona. I completed a rotating internship under the supervision of veterinary specialists, and have been working the last years in veterinary referrals hospitals. In the last few years, I achieved a certificate in geriatrics and gerontology, as I believe elderly pets deserve all our love and support in their last years of life. This year, I passed the Postgraduate Certificate in Veterinary Professional studies with the University of Liverpool, and the Certificate in Advance Veterinary Practice from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. At present I continue striving to progress academically in soft tissue surgery and emergency and critical care. Outside of work, I like to read novels, play the guitar, whilst keeping fit, gardening and spending time with my family and beloved pets.

Anna Figura MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon


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Anna Figura MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated in 2022 from the University of Life Sciences in Wroclaw. After qualifying, I worked for 6 months in small animal first opinion practice in Poland. I moved to Derbyshire in January 2023 and joined Graduate Development Programme at Medivet Alfreton. I’m enjoying all aspects of veterinary practice and I look forward to further developing my skills and knowledge. Outside of work, I take full advantage of having moved to this beautiful area, spending a lot of my time exploring the Peaks and beyond. I’m also an avid reader and history enthusiast.

Ruth MA VetMB MRCVS

Night Veterinary Surgeon


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Ruth MA VetMB MRCVS

Night Veterinary Surgeon

I started working at Medivet Alfreton in 2022. I enjoy the variety and challenge of emergency work.

Helen Howard RVN

Head Veterinary Nurse


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Helen Howard RVN

Head Veterinary Nurse

I qualified as a nurse in 2003, and have been with the practice since 2004. As the head nurse I’m responsible for organising the nursing team. Outside of work I breed and show Hungarian Vizlas, whippets and Shih Tzus, and have won best of breed at Crufts four times.

Claire Foster RVN

Veterinary Nurse


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Claire Foster RVN

Veterinary Nurse

I qualified in 2004 and have been with Alfreton since April 2014. I originally joined as maternity cover but thoroughly enjoyed working here. I’ve previously worked in practices in Cheshire and Staffordshire. I enjoy the really challenging surgical cases and am often in theatre with Matt helping with the complicated anaesthetic cases. Away from work, I enjoy going for long walks and riding my motorbike.

Megan Hall RVN

Veterinary Nurse


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Megan Hall RVN

Veterinary Nurse

I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2016 and joined Alfreton Park in April 2017. Before this I worked as a groomer. I enjoy all aspects of nursing but really love treating critically ill patients and watching their health improve. I have a Certificate in Medical Nursing. At home I am married with a young son, who keeps me very busy.

Sarah Peverelle RVN ISFM CertFN

Veterinary Nurse


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Sarah Peverelle RVN ISFM CertFN

Veterinary Nurse

I qualified in 2016, and joined the practice in 2020. I come from a farming background but have always had a real love of everything feline related. I decided to turn this passion into pursuing a career in small animal nursing, and recently completed a certificate in feline nursing. I love to make sure we achieve the best standards possible for our feline patients and enjoy meeting each and every one.

Sharni Hunt RVN

Veterinary Nurse


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Sharni Hunt RVN

Veterinary Nurse

I’ve been with the practice since 2014, joining from Broomfield College where I completed a level 3 course in Animal Management. I enjoy everything about my work here and have completed my veterinary nurse training. Away from work, I am married to Adam, and we have 2 Dachshunds, Pepper and Nancy.

Tash Smith RVN

Veterinary Nurse


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Tash Smith RVN

Veterinary Nurse

I joined the practice in 2006, and qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2013 before leaving in 2019 to start my own dog walking business. I returned to Alfreton in 2022. I enjoy nursing the in-patients and physiotherapy for animals recovering from surgical procedures. Away from work, she enjoys spending time with her partners and their 2 young sons and 3 dogs! She also enjoys eating out.

Lucy Stimson RVN

Veterinary Nurse


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Lucy Stimson RVN

Veterinary Nurse

Lucy joined us in May 2022, having qualified in 2017. She has worked with nurse Sarah Peverelle before at two previous jobs! She enjoys the wide range of nursing roles within the practice. Her hobbies include walking her 2 dogs Charlie and Ellie.

Karen Timmons RVN

Veterinary Nurse


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Karen Timmons RVN

Veterinary Nurse

I have been working within the veterinary profession since 2005. I started as a receptionist and then in 2012 I decided that I would like to do more so started my Veterinary Nurse Training and I have been a Qualified Veterinary Nurse since 2016. I have worked in few different practices from small independent practices or corporate practices to a big referral practice working within the theatre and anaesthesia department. I have enjoyed working as an all round Nurse, caring for inpatients, assisting in surgeries/procedures, monitoring patients under anaesthesia and many other jobs that go on behind the scenes. However, one element of our role as Nurses that I wasn't able to do as much as I liked to was consulting so in January 2023 I started here at Medivet Alfreton in my new role as 'Consulting Nurse' and I am thoroughly enjoying it. I have a keen interest in nutrition and behaviour so I really enjoy my weight clinic sessions and socialisation/confidence building sessions. I have 2 dogs, a miniature labradoodle called Milo and a Chihuahua x Shih Tzu called Mavis, along with a beautiful long haired cat called Ripley (named after the lead character in the movie 'Alien' and not the town) In my spare time, I love to go out walking with the dogs and my husband, dragging our teenage son along with us, as well as chilling at home watching movies, crime drama series or reading. I also love to do some crafting whether it be sewing, making things with my Cricut machine like personalised cards, vinyl cut outs to go on t-shirts, coasters, mugs, etc or playing games with my family.

Jess Lowe RVN

Veterinary Nurse


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Jess Lowe RVN

Veterinary Nurse

I qualified as a veterinary nurse from Nottingham Trent university in the Summer of 2023, and joined the team here at Alfreton soon after. I enjoy nursing the in-patients and being the 'ward nurse'. I've love to be a nurse in a zoo eventually! Away from work I enjoy running, and do park runs regularly. I'm training for the Derby 10k, and often run with my spaniel Dougie.

Tamara Shakespeare RVN

Veterinary Nurse


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Tamara Shakespeare RVN

Veterinary Nurse

I qualified from Nottingham Trent university in 2023, and had an enjoyable placement at the Dick White referral centre before returning to Derbyshire to work. I joined Medivet Alfreton in February 2024. I love cats, and have an interest in anaesthesia cases. My hobbies include horse riding, socialising with friends, and walking my Labradoodle Bailey.

Charlotte Clough RVN

Veterinary Nurse


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Charlotte Clough RVN

Veterinary Nurse

I joined the team at Alfreton park in 2023 after qualifying in 2022 and relocating to Nottingham from Yorkshire full time to complete my further degree. I have a keen interest in surgical nursing and emergency critical care. In my free time, I enjoy going abroad, spending time with my friends and working out.

Lauren Barber

Student Veterinary Nurse


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Lauren Barber

Student Veterinary Nurse

I joined Vets Now in 2016 aged 17, then joined Medivet Alfreton in 2019. I'm currently in training and hope to qualify as a vet nurse in 2025. My interests include anaesthesia and nursing the in-patients. Away from work I love going to Festival - Leeds is my favourite!

Sammie Powell

Student Veterinary Nurse


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Maygen Brown

Patient Care Assistant


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Maygen Brown

Patient Care Assistant

Maygen grew up near Portsmouth, then moved to Derbyshire and started working with us in 2023. She is a Patient Care Assistant, and her ambition is to be a qualified veterinary nurse. She enjoys looking after our in-patients. She has Staffy called Suki and a hamster called Llyla. She enjoys travelling, and walking in Derbyshire.

Phoebe Slack

Patient Care Assistant


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Phoebe Slack

Patient Care Assistant

I joined the team at Alfreton in October 2022 as a Patient Care Assistant, and my ambition is to become a qualified veterinary nurse. I love looking after the in-patients especially the dogs. In my spare time, I enjoy photography and walking Basil, my Border terrier x Jack Russell terrier.

Jade Drury RVN

Night Veterinary Nurse


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Ayla RVN

Night Veterinary Nurse


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Ayla RVN

Night Veterinary Nurse

I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2016, starting my career in a small 1st opinion clinic and moving quickly into the head nurse role. Then I choose to move to emergency and critical care nursing here at Alfreton at the start of 2019 initially as part of Vets Now but deciding to apply to stay here when Medivet started running the out of hours service themselves because the clinic and team were too good to move away from. I work solely nights and currently can't imagine doing anything else. I have keen interests in emergency and critical care, diagnostic imaging and wound management and constantly try to improve my knowledge within those areas. Outside of work at home I have 2 dogs; a husky (Tiberius) and a husky x malamute (Brutus) a cat (Montgomery) and 2 backyard chickens. I also enjoy spending time on my grandparents' smallholding when I can, with our horses. I love to ski, watch the rugby and go hiking and hope to complete the three peaks this year with my husband and young son.

Jilly Johnson

Client Care Assistant


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Jilly Johnson

Client Care Assistant

I’ve been a receptionist with Alfreton since 1993. I’m married with two children and in my spare time enjoy running, pilates and spending time with my three grandsons. I’ve also recently had a Cockerpoo puppy called Kevin who is keeping me on my feet.

Joanne Britcliffe

Client Care Assistant


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Joanne Britcliffe

Client Care Assistant

I’ve been in reception work since 2008 but have been with Alfreton since June 2019. Working in the veterinary profession has given me a great interest in animals, causing me to adopt eight rescues. In my spare time I enjoy reading, gardening and DIY.

Sharon Pine

Administrator


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Sharon Pine

Administrator

I qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 1989 and worked in Oxfordshire and Berkshire before moving to Derbyshire in 1999. I joined Alfreton in 2008 as the practice’s first dedicated Insurance Administrator. I am married to Nick Pine and have 2 children and a sprollie dog called Archie. In the little spare time I have I enjoy going to the gym, walking Archie and relaxing.

Allison Doohan

Receptionist


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Allison Doohan

Receptionist

I joined Medivet in May 2022, and am excited to be part of the team! In my spare time, I enjoy ballroom and Latin dancing. I also have a Labrador called Honey who I enjoy walking and spending time with, she's a great companion.

Julie Crosby

Receptionist


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Julie Crosby

Receptionist

I joined the team at Alfreton in 2022, and love working for Medivet! I do not have any pets at the moment so I'm taking all opportunities to make a fuss of the patients. My hobbies are reading, crochet and socialising with friends.

Alicia Noble

Client Care Assistant


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Alicia Noble

Client Care Assistant

I joined Medivet in April 2024, having previously managed a boarding kennels & cattery. I currently have three working cockers; Eddie, Aspen & Teasel who keep me on my toes. We also train & compete in agility. I also have a naughty kitten called Marbles! Outside of work, I love nothing more than a long walk with the dogs exploring new places.

  • Nose-to-tail health check

    We're excited to announce that we're now offering a new nose-to-tail health check, discounted up to 25%. This includes a coat examination, body conditioning check, mobility assessment plus a flea, tick, teeth and ear check. If required your pet can also receive a nail clip. This appointment will be up to 30 minutes and carried out by one of our Registered Veterinary Nurses. Call the practice to book in your pets nose-to-tail health check today.

  • Your vet in Alfreton

    At our Derbyshire practice, we understand your pet's a beloved member of the family. That's why our large and experienced team are dedicated to delivering exceptional client and patient care. Our practice has certificate holders in surgery, cardiology and dermatology.

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  • 24/7 Support

    We have dedicated and caring clinical professionals on-site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Outside of normal working hours expert emergency treatment, care and advice is provided by Vets Now.

  • Our services

    Our vet in Alfreton is fully equipped with advanced equipment and a wide range of services. This includes large and glass-fronted cat and dog kennels, an in-house laboratory for rapid turnaround of results, three operating theatres, modern digital x-ray machines, heart monitors and a video endoscope system for keyhole procedures.

We offer Healthcare Plans

Our clients save an average of £225 every year with the Medivet Healthcare Plan.

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4.7 /5
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5.0/5
Jul 9, 2024
Google Medivet
Excellent service from professional and caring staff would recommend to anyone.
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5.0/5
Jul 5, 2024
Google Medivet
Kind and understanding reception staff, amazing Vet (Tom). Absolutely no hesitation in recommending Medivet Alfreton.
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5.0/5
Jul 3, 2024
Google Medivet
Always exceptional!
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5.0/5
Jun 27, 2024
Google Medivet
Great professional people doing a great job under challenging circumstances.
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4.0/5
Jun 19, 2024
Google Medivet
My dog is an English Bull Dog and his needs can be very complicated, this practice deals with his needs. They run tests on my dog while we waited none of this sending it off for testing rubbish. The staff are lovely,
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5.0/5
Jun 16, 2024
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A fantastic Medivets.. moved over from Leicester and the transition was so smooth. Checked my precious Bean over and gave him his injections and micro chip. The pet plans are truly amazing as they include everything needed to protect them from fleas, worms and many illnesses. The receptionist were so kind and jolly and our vet was so sweet and talked everything through with us so we understood about the neutering procedure. Sadly, Bean broke his cat carrier but to our rescue there were cat carriers donated and ready to be purchased. The money goes to a blood foundation for animals which was so sweet. So not only did we bag a bargain for my 3 cats but also got Bean sorted. Thank you! Much love, Bean, maryam and Luke xxx
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5.0/5
Jun 7, 2024
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Over the years, Alfreton Park Veterinary Hospital has built itself a good reputation as a trustworthy practice with the help of the *now retired* receptionists who showed kindness & empathy and its skilled vets & nurses- Matt, Nick, Ellie 'the guinea pig expert' to name a few whom I have met- and more recently, Anna who is patient whilst explaining everything thoroughly & precisely. Unlike other practices, this practice is fully equipped with the apparatus and experience to carry out procedures on site without the need to refer patients to larger practices out of town. The 24/7 care available means there is always someone on hand to help and I hope Medivet will continue to uphold the reassuringly high standards previously provided by Alfreton Park Veterinary Hospital for local residents of Alfreton and their pets.
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5.0/5
Jun 7, 2024
Google Medivet
Over the years, Alfreton Park Veterinary Hospital has built itself a good reputation as a trustworthy practice with the help of the *now retired* receptionists who showed kindness & empathy and its skilled vets & nurses- Matt, Nick, Ellie 'the guinea pig expert' to name a few whom I have met in the past- and more recently, Anna who is patient whilst explaining everything thoroughly & precisely. Unlike other practices, this practice is fully equipped with the apparatus and experience to carry out procedures on site without the need to refer patients to larger practices out of town. The 24/7 care available means there is always someone on hand to help and I hope Medivet will continue to uphold the reassuringly high standards previously provided by Alfreton Park Veterinary Hospital for local residents of Alfreton and their pets.
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5.0/5
May 28, 2024
Google Medivet
The staff at Alfreton was fantastic, caring and supportive not just with our beloved cat who was shot in the head but with us too. Keeping us informed of his condition every step of the way and involving us at all times. They saved his life for which we are truly grateful.
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5.0/5
May 27, 2024
Google Medivet
Friendly staff. Great with my kitten.
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5.0/5
May 17, 2024
Google Medivet
The staff, both veterinary & reception, were so friendly, helpful & accommodating. Anna in particular was so caring & understanding, showing as much love & heart as if Effie is her own pet.
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5.0/5
May 15, 2024
Google Medivet
Thankyou for caring for Tommy (King Charles Caviler). I am impressed with the amount of attention and care the vets gave to my little man. I feel he is better for the visits we have made, and I feel better knowing he has been investigated for his health issues with due care and attention. I also want to Thank you for being so kind and informative! :)

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