A newly built, state of the art veterinary practice has opened its doors for business in the heart of north London’s St John's Wood.
The Chalbert Street-based practice, known as Medivet St John's Wood, is one of the first in the country to roll out a new Brand for Medivet, which better reflects the exceptional quality of care offered to pets and their owners.
Leading the new team is head vet, Will Cadell. Having grown up in the Australian outback, Will has honed his veterinary expertise over the last five years by working within zoo, city and rural practice environments. He joins after spending eighteen months at a busy central London emergency hospital. He has also volunteered his services to African wildlife services, which included a stint treating orphaned baby rhino - a cause close to the heart of Medivet.*
The sleek new look of the practice perfectly reflects the exceptional quality of care offered by Will and all our team at St John's Wood.
Working alongside Head Vet Will is Patient Care Assistant, Rosie Watson - an animal-loving St John's Wood native. Rosie has recently embarked on a three-year training course to become a Registered Veterinary Nurse.
The branch boasts digital X-ray, a comprehensive operating theatre, in house laboratory as well as being fully equipped for dental procedures. Clients will now benefit from elegant waiting areas, with the branch opening six days a week - until 7pm on weekdays.
Medivet St John's Wood is co-owned and managed by Rodney Zasman, branch partner, who commented: “I am thrilled to be unveiling our new veterinary practice with its state of the art equipment and community-led team. The sleek new look of the practice perfectly reflects the exceptional quality of care offered by Will and all our team at St John's Wood.”
*Since 2015, Medivet has run Saving the Rhino project, which is directed on its behalf by Wilderness Foundation Africa. Much of the funding for this project, which recently celebrated its millionth donation, is donated by Medivet clients and colleagues via the Pennies programme.