Medivet Southwark

020 7232 2637

4.6 /5
229 reviews

79 Grange Road, Southwark, SE1 3BW

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Disability Friendly, Main entrance at the front of the practice with pay and display street parking

We offer the Medivet Healthcare Plan at this practice

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Out of hours practice

Medivet 24 Hour Camberwell

020 3816 1010

7 Kenbury Street, Camberwell, London, SE5 9BS

Consult fee from £229 inc VAT. No charge for assessment by phone.

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To register with us, you’ll need to complete a registration form. Once completed, one of our friendly team members will contact you to arrange an initial appointment for your pet.

Meet the team

Giuseppe Catania

Lead Veterinary Surgeon


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Giuseppe Catania

Lead Veterinary Surgeon

Prior to joining Medivet I worked as a vet for three years. I love all aspects of the veterinary world, but particularly medicine. Outside of work I enjoy sport, theatre, museums and socialising. I speak Italian, Spanish and English and I love to travel.

Tara Crowe

Veterinary Surgeon


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Debbie Jones

Head Veterinary Nurse


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  • Your vet in Southwark

    We're pleased to welcome you to our well-equipped veterinary practice in Southwark, where our dedicated team provide your pet with exceptional care. We offer a wide range of services and facilities, including a fantastic cattery where your beloved cat can stay while you're away.

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  • We're a Cat-Friendly Clinic

    Medivet Southwark has been awarded a Silver Standard Cat-Friendly Clinic Award from the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM). This was in recognition of its efforts to create a cat-friendly practice and to reduce the stress suffered by feline patients during a visit.

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We offer Healthcare Plans

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

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Reviews

4.6 /5
229 reviews
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Google
5.0/5
Jun 16, 2024
Google Medivet
Best vet ever! And very very good neutering, giuseppe take very good care of his clients and is the most wonderful person
Google
1.0/5
Jun 10, 2024
Google Medivet
Rude receptionist service. I've got a phone call hanged up while I was still talking
Google
5.0/5
Jun 8, 2024
Google Medivet
I have been taking my little yorkshire terrier Collin to see Vet Tara in the past. I would like to thank her for taking the best care of my little guy who is starting to feel comfortable with her. I received the best advice and service. She is the most caring and kind person and I have total confidence in her. Staff at Reception are always so helpful and polite. Thank you again with all my heart.
Google
5.0/5
May 28, 2024
Google Medivet
Great clinic, helpfull staff nice fresh look
Google
1.0/5
May 24, 2024
Google Medivet
If you love and care for your pets. Go elsewhere! Medivet is surely a practice that only cares about charging you fees. I repeat, all that this practice and its ‘professionals’ care about is your wallet. All that we hear there is “I will have to charge you another £X” before even elaborating about the condition of your pet and what habits to take, what signs to look for, what options and what consequences for choosing to do or not to do a treatment. You will leave more clueless and worried than you came in. Be prepared to do all the work yourself. Even in A&E I have not seen the medical staff roll their eyes at a patient or a parent asking for a reassuring quick check-up. “I can real fast have a look *roll eyes, sigh* but I will charge you £60 *takes out a billing notepad” Not one single staff remotely shows any sign of reassuring or affectionate attitude towards the pets. From the second you call to walking through the door to waiting forever to seeing a vet. They will not do the job if the pet moves or doesn’t like to be poked or hurt in one way or another. Have they been formed at all to deal with animals???? They’ve nailed every wrong diagnosis possible for the most common symptoms a pet can have (i.e allergy). Be prepared to have your pet sedated to do any minor removal. Because the pet moves and you see that’s a problem to the professional who doesn’t know to handle a household animal. The cost of basic treatments is higher than the average UK cost. If you like overpaying for a below mediocre service and need a vaccine for your pet, be sure to find it 80% more expensive than the rest of practices around. Remind yourself that you can be charged for services you have never received or will never receive and they are well prepared to toss you around with the complaint. There is no water, no airflow, the place is dirtier than it should. The premises became smaller, how small and unhygienic will you make it to save on money next? The staff should find new jobs in a below average hospitality company, they fit the disagreable and useless criteria for such establishment. No wonder why they close down. This is the most shameful business I have known in London and deeply regret not having access to another choice in the area.
Google
5.0/5
May 24, 2024
Google Medivet
Yet another great visit to Medivet. All the staff is very nice and accommodating. Highly recommend this vet practice in Southwark!
Google
5.0/5
Apr 25, 2024
Google Medivet
Thank you so much for treating my dog, I can’t thank you all enough.
Google
5.0/5
Apr 12, 2024
Google Medivet
Short read: Giuseppe and the medivet team saved our very old dog’s life in a medical emergency with no prior appointment, in the most professional, empathetic and ethical way possible. We’re so grateful. Long read: First thing in the morning I walked in with a very very sick 13.5 year old dog and no appointment. Thankfully there was a cancellation within 10 minutes of us arriving. Giuseppe was so thorough. He said our dog was presenting with clinical signs of possible pyometra. She wasn’t eating, walking, she had a fever and she was in tact. He considered absolutely everything in addition. Our dog had mammary tumours, another large lump on her abdomen, a collapsed trachea, and had been diagnosed with kidney disease earlier in the year. Surgery was the only viable option but also posed a big risk at her age. After finishing the rest of his consultations our dog was scanned and xrayed. The X-ray ruled out further internal tumours but the scan confirmed pyometra. Giuseppe said if we wanted to operate he could do it right away, or we could give antibiotics and wait until tomorrow so we had a little time to think about it. He did everything possible to bring the cost down, including using blood results from a vet we had seen the day before and not repeating them. I was happy for him to repeat them if needed but he insisted. We decided to go ahead immediately, this was a difficult decision. I knew this could be the last time we saw our dog alive but waiting until the next day didn’t make sense knowing how much she was in pain. Giuseppe also said he would try to take off the larger lump on our dog if he had enough skin. By the evening the surgery had been successful, and the good news was the larger lump was a hernia and not cancer. We went in for the final appointment of the evening at 6:45, she was recovering, albeit slowly, but we decided to keep her in overnight at Camberwell. Giuseppe gave us so much time to make the decision, leaving me alone with her to see how she was, he gave me chance to try to stimulate and walk her. The next day he visited her first thing at Camberwell before his consultations at Southwark, calling me in the morning for an update. We kept her in until the afternoon, and by then she was vibrant again. Every single member of the team was kind, reassuring, respectful and professional throughout. You could sense the relief in the room when I collected her. She still has a lot of recovering to do, but she’s already trying to jump around and looking for cuddles and tummy rubs again. Thank you Medivet Southwark
Google
5.0/5
Apr 9, 2024
Google Medivet
Excellent Vet and staff Made me and my XL Bully feel so welcome made a big fuss of him which he so deserves . Would recommend Grange Road Medivets to All .
Google
5.0/5
Apr 6, 2024
Google Medivet
Great experience: Friendly atmosphere, helpful reception staff, the vet took the time to answer all my additional questions, and great appointment care during the appointment and follow up calls. I would strongly recommend.
Google
5.0/5
Mar 30, 2024
Google Medivet
Really good staff and so kind
Google
5.0/5
Mar 26, 2024
Google Medivet
Best Vet and super friendly Staff

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