Veterinary group Scarsdale Vets has opened its 11th veterinary practice in the East Midlands, in Wollaton, Derbyshire. This is the final practice to be opened as part of the current phase of the group’s development.
Wollaton will operate as a stand-alone veterinary practice which will function independently of Scarsdale’s existing sites. It has three consulting rooms, a surgical theatre two diagnostic machines – one x-ray and one ultrasound – plus an on-site laboratory where blood tests and other investigations will be carried out by staff.
Like all of the group’s practices, Wollaton is supported by the out-of-hours service available at Pride Veterinary Centre – Scarsdale Vets’ referral hospital in the Derby – which has a multidisciplinary team of specialists on site, as well as a Vets at Night team.
Sanduni Senaratne, veterinary surgeon, said: “I am really excited to be a part of this new, smaller team at Wollaton. Even though each of the team will be doing different roles, I’m looking forward to us working closely together as a fully-functioning family, to the benefit of our clients and their pets.”
The Wollaton branch is the third group premises to open this year, after Alfreton and Langley Mill opened in March.