Medivet 24 Hour Richmond

02088 786080

171 Lower Richmond Road, Mortlake, Richmond, SW14 7HX

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Main entrance at the front of the practice. Spaces on the main forecourt, but please see the parking notice below.


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Opening Hours

Open 24 hours, 365 days a year

We’re here for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We have internal round-the-clock care at our 24-hour practice.


Symptom Checker

If you’re not sure whether your pet needs to see a vet, our quick and easy Symptom Checker can help. Answer a few simple questions about the signs of illness your pet is displaying and the checker will advise whether a trip to the vet is necessary and how urgently that specialist care should be given.

  • Your vet in Richmond

    Our dedicated practice in Richmond provides your pet with the best possible care, 24 hours a day.

    Our compassionate team - led by Veterinary Surgeons Yorram, Alba, Aimee and Almudena - understand your pet is a beloved family member, and are pleased to offer a full range of services and facilities.

  • Parking in the area

    From 15 November, Shalston Road, Kingsway and Rutland Close will be subject to permit parking, including the small parking area in front of the clinic.  Don’t worry, you can still park for free on our forecourt.

    There’ll also be several pay and display spaces available within the permit zone.

Practice facilities

  • Disability Friendly
  • Street Parking
  • Free Client Parking

Meet the team

Yorram Ariel

Senior Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

Alba Carreras

Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

Almudena Vicente Marcos

Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

Aimee Warner

Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

Bruno Duarte

Veterinary Surgeon

Stefania Nalon

Night Veterinary Surgeon

Patricia Caleiro

Night Veterinary Surgeon

Natalia Pena

Night Veterinary Surgeon

Afeisha Alleyne

Head Veterinary Nurse

Tia Barlow

Night Veterinary Nurse

Tia Barlow

Night Veterinary Nurse

I gained my nursing degree from the Royal Veterinary College and qualified in July 2019; but have been working in small animal practice since 2014. My interests include emergency and critical care, hence why I thoroughly enjoy night nursing. On my weeks off night shifts I enjoy volunteering at a PDSA charity pet hospital and spending time with family and friends. Unfortunately, I have no pets currently but I look forward to owning a dog in the near future.

Patricia Howard

Night Veterinary Nurse

Jessica Osborne

Student Veterinary Nurse

Nathan White

Student Veterinary Nurse

Jessica Healy

Student Veterinary Nurse

Hannah McCabe

Student Veterinary Nurse

Katie Thompson

Student Veterinary Nurse

Nicola John

Night Student Veterinary Nurse

Ellen Gowers

Head Client Care Assistant

Tina Crous

Client Care Assistant