Welcome to Oathall Veterinary Group!

We are an established veterinary practice covering Haywards HeathBurgess Hill and surrounding areas of Mid Sussex. Our philosophy is to provide the most effective care available. Our state-of-the-art medical equipment further aids our capabilities; as does the many years of practical experience, and knowledge, of our staff.

Our compassionate veterinary team endeavour to provide a flawless, caring service to all our clients and their furry friends: supplying both preventative and supportive care within the practice.

We treat all animals except equine and farm animals. We may refer birds and reptiles to a local specialist if we feel it is necessary. We aim to deliver an efficient, effective and convenient service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our website will give you an insight into the services and facilities we provide at Oathall Veterinary Group, as well as giving you sound advice on the care of your pets. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns regarding your pet’s immediate health.

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Unlike most other practices in the area, Oathall Vets proudly offers a 24 hour emergency service on site at our Haywards Heath premises where your animal will be seen by one of our own Vets.

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PART –TIME POSITION RVN OR (YEAR 3 STUDENT)

We have a position available for a part time RVN or student nurse (yr 3) to work part-time on a Friday 8-5 (with Saturday mornings also possible)  in our small animal practice.

Salary dependant on qualifications and experience.

Please contact Vicki Donat Head Nurse by email oathallnursejobs@hotmail.com. Please note we cannot accept applications without the above qualification criteria being met.

 

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24hr Emergency Service

Unlike most other practices in the area, Oathall Vets proudly offers a 24 hour emergency service on site at our Haywards Heath premises where your animal will be seen by one of our own Vets.

Get advice with our online Symptom Guide

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PET TRAVEL AND BREXIT

APHA Briefing Note
An update regarding pet travel as we now enter a transition period
Date issued: 30 January 2020
During the transition period, until 31 December 2020.

Background
The Government’s Withdrawal Agreement Bill has now been agreed by Parliament and received Royal Assent, so the UK will leave the European Union on 31 January 2020 and then enter a transition period until 31 December 2020.

During the transition period, pet owners will be able to continue to travel with their pets in the same way as they do now (using a Pet Passport) until the end of 2020, as there are no immediate changes to the process.

Pet owners that don’t have a current UK–issued EU Pet Passport, will need to speak to us in plenty of time before travelling.

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