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Contact details:


Phone: 01223 337621 (24 hours including emergency referrals)

About QVSH

The Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital (QVSH) is a purpose built veterinary referral hospital which houses specialist equipment and facilities. We are a not-for-profit organisation which reinvests any surplus income in new equipment and services to benefit our patients. We feel our greatest strength is the quality of our clinical team – we have European and RCVS diploma holders in every discipline so our patients will receive the highest level of clinical care at all times.

QVSH is also the teaching hospital for students of the Cambridge Veterinary School, however all our patients are managed by our team of European and RCVS diploma holders with the assistance of Senior Clinical Training Scholars (specialists in training).

We are also part of the RSA Preferred Referral Network.


Our fundraising charity which provides equipment and facilities to help diagnose and treat our patients and train the vets of the future. If you would like to find out more about their work and the different ways that you can support them please click here



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“The service we received was very good, everything was explained to us, nothing was too much trouble.”

“The staff & clinicians are lovely, very reassuring, thoroughly explaining everything.”

Latest News

Professor Mike Herrtage wins lifetime achievement award

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Mike Herrtage, Professor of Small Animal Medicine, has been awarded a lifetime achievement award for his work on canine endocrine disease. To watch an interview with Mike, follow this link Interview with BBC

2016 start Junior Clinical Training Scholarship (Internship) applications now open

5 months ago 4 0 720

We are now accepting applications for our 2016 round of small animal JCTS. We have six vacancies (four to start in June and two in October). Each JCTS is a 13 month position, rotating through soft tissue surgery, orthopaedics, internal medicine, neurology, oncology, diagnostic imaging, anaesthesia and clinical pathology. JCTS will also be an integral part

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Tim Williams awarded by the Society for Comparative Endocrinology

1 year ago 5 0 647

Congratulations to Tim Williams who won an award last week for his work on cats with combined renal dysfunction and hyperthyroidism which is a common disorder in elderly cats.

The award was given by the Society for Comparative Endocrinology for “Excellence in the advancement of veterinary endocrinology.” The paper is entitled “Effect on renal function of restoration of euthyroidism in hyperthyroid cats with iatrogenic hypothyroidism” which was published in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2014 was voted as one of two best papers in clinical endocrinology in 2014.