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Medivet Kingsbury

Welcome to Medivet Kingsbury. Our practice began as Church Lane Veterinary Clinic in 1985 and joined Medivet in 1990, becoming one of the first practices within the group. We pride ourselves on delivering a high level of veterinary care to all our patients as well as a great level of service to our clients. We are also proud to have been consistently nominated by our clients as Vet, Nurse and Practice of the Year at the annual Petplan Veterinary Awards.

Our friendly & experienced staff offer a personal service at the same time as providing the benefits of being part of a larger group. These benefits include being able to provide immediate access to the latest veterinary diagnostics and treatments, as well our local Medivet 24-hr veterinary hospital that can deal with any after-hour emergencies.

Please feel free to contact the clinic or drop in for a chat if you have any queries.


Contact Medivet Kingsbury

Tel: 02082 051 778
Fax: 02082 052 361
Email: kingsbury@medivet.co.uk

450 Church Lane


Opening Hours

Mon-Fri: 8.30am-7.00pm
Sat:       9.00am-12.00pm

Consulting Times

Please note that consults are by appointment only.

Mon-Fri: 9.00-10.30am
Sat:       9.00am - 12.00pm


Our out of hours service is located in Hendon. Please call us as normal to be redirected to the out of hours emergency line.


David - CircleDavid Abratt - Senior Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

I grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa surrounded by many pets and always wanted to be a vet as far back as I can remember. After qualifying I worked in a variety of small animal practices both in South Africa and the UK and then joined Medivet Kingsbury in August 2007. My veterinary interests include minimally invasive veterinary diagnostics and treatment such as ultrasound, endoscopy and laparoscopy (keyhole surgery). I met my wife Caroline in the UK and have 2 young daughters, a dog as well as a bearded dragon named Valentine.