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Former Bromsgrove surgery converted into veterinary practice
2:20pm Thursday 21st March 2013 in News
A FORMER Bromsgrove’s surgery has been converted into a new veterinary practice which is opening this March.
St John’s Surgery’s former premises, in Kidderminster Road, was vacated when the surgery moved into the multi-million pound health centre in Parkside.
The former surgery has now been turned into a bright and modern building, and has also been extended.
The Clent Hills Veterinary Group, previously based at a practise in Stourbridge Road, has moved in and will be opening its doors on Monday, (March 25).
The new practise has been equipped with the latest equipment and facilities, and the reception room features separate cat and dog waiting sections - designed to be comfortable and less stressful for pets.
Clent Hills manager Rebekka Fiorani said: “During the past six months we have been working continually to purpose build what is now a new, bright and modern practice, with the latest available equipment and facilities.
“We have advised our clients that the existing Stourbridge surgery will close on March 21, and we will physically move during the weekend.”
During the moving period the veterinary practice’s out of hours service will be maintained, but owners with pets that need attention will need to call a new number - 01527 889810.
A special open day is being held on April 28 to celebrate the opening of the centre.
Various activities are being planned for the free event, including a visit from dog trainer Mary Ray who will be doing demonstrations of her dancing dogs.
For more details call 01527 872488, or visit clenthillsvetgroup.co.uk.