Veterinary Hospital expands to accommodate out of hours care
This is the headline from a recent article in the East Midlands Business News. It goes on to read:
Ashfield House Veterinary Hospital in Long Eaton, Nottingham, has received £100,000 finance facilities from The Royal Bank of Scotland, alongside self-funding, in a deal worth £230,000. This will aid expansion by accommodating two further qualified vets to provide round the clock vet care.
Ashfield House has been established for over twenty five years, serving the residents of Derby and Nottingham with small pet and exotic pet care. They employ 47 staff, which include nine full-time vets. A new extension to their existing premises will create roles for a further two qualified vets to assist with the out of hour’s rota between 8pm and 8am, seven days a week. Ashfield House is the only vet practice to boast hospital status in the area.
John Oleshko, Director and practising vet at Ashfield House Veterinary Hospital, explains: “We have grown the business over the last two and a half decades to accommodate local residents with their pet care needs. We found ourselves at the stage where we needed more space to become a one stop shop, providing increased flexible hours for our patients. The extension achieves this and we couldn’t be more delighted with the finished look.
Read the full article about the expansion of Ashfield House Vets
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