**** CAREERS EVENING FREE TALK AS SHOWN BELOW NOW FULLY BOOKED ***
WE WILL RUN A WAITING LIST, SO IF SPACES BECOME AVAILABLE WE SHALL CONTACT YOU.
We shall also be running repeat events similar to this in the future, so if you still email us, we can have you on our mailing list!
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We are pleased to be running a FREE careers evening between 8.30-9.30/10pm on Tuesday 9th May at our Long Eaton Hospital for those considering a career as either a Veterinary Surgeon or a Veterinary Nurse!!
The evening is suitable for secondary school students, but also for adults who are interested in a career change!
Come along and hear what it is like to work as a Veterinary Surgeon or a Veterinary Nurse. Members of staff will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about the profession and will also give you a chance to see what goes on behind the scenes.
We will have lots of information about the job roles and details from various universities and organisations to help you make that next step on your career.
The evening is FREE and we will provide some refreshments!
*** For more information and to book a place, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org ***
Amazing care as always from the team at Ashfield House. From ringing up on Tuesday and being asked to come almost straight down for an urgent appointment, to Scone being admitted by Charlotte for 30hrs, I was kept informed how she was doing, what her results showed and was always reassured that Scone was in the best hands.
Home now with a much happier cat. Thanks again.
There is currently a temporary nationwide shortage of the regular rabbit vaccines
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May 2017 is Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month, which aims to increase awareness of our hardworking veterinary nurses!