11 Warbreck Road

Orrell Park



L9 8EE


0151 525 5064


0151 524 3202



Opening Hours

Mon–Fri: 08.30–19:00

Sat: 09:00–17:30

Consulting Times

Mon–Fri: 09:00–10:30 | 11:15–13:00 | 14:00–15:15 | 16:15–19:00

Sat: 14:00–15:15


Our Practice, Facilities and Services

Led by partner and veterinary surgeon, Andrew McVey, our dedicated team here in Orrell Park always aim to deliver amazing client and patient care.

We know how much you love your pet, and we'll always treat them as if they were our own. Our practice has separate cat and dog waiting rooms to ensure your pet's visit is completely stress-free.

Did you know that our International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) accreditation means we are a cat-friendly clinic?

Please feel free to give us a call or pop in to see us - we are always happy to help you.

Entrance and Parking Details:
Main entrance on Warbreck road. Free street parking.

Medivet The Vets Orrell Park Services

The following services are available from Medivet The Vets Orrell Park:

  • Access to Emergency Care
    Need emergency care? Call us so we can transfer you to our out-of-hours provider.

  • Vaccinations
    Vaccinations are essential for protecting your pet from a variety of life-threatening illnesses.

  • Fleas & Worming
    Regular flea and worming treatment to keep your pet – and house – free from pesky parasites.

  • Pet Passports
    We can issue pet passports so your pet can join you on your holiday.

  • Symptom Checker
    An online, scientifically tested quiz that identifies how urgently your pet needs to see a vet.

  • Street Parking
    Plenty of street-parking available nearby.

  • Medications & Prescriptions
    We can provide repeat medications and prescriptions for ongoing conditions – ask us for details.

  • Cat Friendly Clinic
    We’ve been awarded Cat Friendly Clinic status by the International Society of Feline Medicine.

  • Disability Friendly
    Our practice features disabled access. If you have any specific requirements, please call us.

  • In-house Laboratory
    Our in-house laboratory allows us to run tests and provide same day results.

  • Home Visits
    We are able to offer home visits if you find it difficult to get to our practice.

  • Separate Cat & Dog Wards
    Keeping your pet calm and relaxed throughout their stay.

  • Microchipping
    A small and pain-free chip that helps reunite lost pets with their beloved owners.

  • Neutering
    The best way to prevent unplanned pregnancies; an important part of responsible pet ownership.

  • Free Nurse Clinics
    Our experienced nurses offer free expert advice on how to keep your pet healthy.

  • ECG
    An electrocardiogram is used to study the electrical activity of the heart.

  • Ultrasound
    A non-invasive imaging technique used to examine your pet’s internal organs.

  • Endoscopy
    A small and flexible camera that examines internal body parts with little surgical intervention.

  • X-Rays
    A diagnostic imaging technique used to investigate and diagnose diseases in your pet.

  • Operating Theatre
    Our state-of-the-art operating theatre allows us to perform all major surgery onsite.

  • Dentistry
    Our excellent dental facilities help us to care for your pet’s oral health.

  • Hospitalisation
    Your pet will receive continuous, high-quality care throughout their stay.

  • 15 Minute Consultations
    To allow you enough time to ask as many questions as you wish.

Additional Services

Medivet The Vets Orrell Park also have access to the following facilities and services via our hub and spoke model

  • 24-Hour Intensive Care
    We can provide 24-hour intensive care to critically ill patients.

Emergency Care

0151 525 5064

Your nearest 24-hour centre is:

Medivet The Vets Alder 24 Hour Veterinary Hospital

We can transfer your pet to our very own 24-hour veterinary hospital in Alder, where our dedicated team will provide your companion with round-the-clock care in an emergency.

Here, we have access to state-of-the-art equipment which allows us to provide your pet with the highest standard of care. We also have 24-hour access to your pet’s clinical records – through our integrated system – so we can update you on your pet’s progress whenever you feel the need.

If we are closed and your pet requires emergency care, please call us as usual and our phone line will direct you accordingly.

Alternatively, please call the Alder practice directly on 0151 220 4668.


410 Eaton Road West Derby Liverpool

L12 3HG

Opening Hours

24 hours – 365 days a year

Meet The Team

  • Andrew McVey

    Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

  • Dr John Highet

    Veterinary Surgeon

  • Dr Ida Bramburg

    Veterinary Surgeon

  • Tania Nunes Rodrigues

    Veterinary Surgeon

  • Coral McGlone

    Head Nurse

  • Clare Ferris

    Veterinary Nurse

  • Sophie Howard

    Veterinary Nurse

  • Kelly Prosser

    Student Veterinary Nurse

  • Francesca Howard

    Student Veterinary Nurse

  • Rachel Pilling

    Student Veterinary Nurse

  • Steph Ruddick

    Patient Care Assistant

  • Tanya Ashcroft

    Patient Care Assistant

  • Christopher Appleton

    Student Veterinary Nurse

  • Derek Roughley

    Kennel Manager

  • Peter Reynolds

    Client Care Assistant & Office Administrator

  • Kerry Rawlins

    Client Care Assistant & Office Administrator

  • Kate Thomas

    Client Care Assistant

  • Hareth Abdulla

    Regional Director

  • David Roberts

    Area manager

  • Alex Chapman

    Assistant Area Manager

  • Gillian Roberts

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Accreditations and Practice Awards

We strive for excellence in all areas and are extremely proud of the awards and accreditations we have earned over the years. Take a look below:

  • RCVS Accredited Small Animal General Practice

    Great news for small animals! We have been accredited as a Small Animal General Practice by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, which recognises our commitment to educating our staff. This means better diagnostic testing for all of our small patients.

  • Silver Level Cat Friendly Accredited Practice

    Great news for all of our cat owners! We’re now officially accredited by the International Society of Feline Medicine as a Cat Friendly Clinic. This means an extra special welcome and exceptional care for some of our most demanding patients!

  • Royal Canin Approved Weight Management Centre

    Great news for dog and cat owners! We are recognised by Royal Canin as a Centre of Excellence for managing overweight or obese dogs and cats. Our bespoke training gives our staff the skills to discuss obesity with clients and the opportunity for a complimentary 30 minute appointment with a weight management nurse.

To make an enquiry click here or call 0151 525 5064