Multidisciplinary Specialist Referral Hospital

Intensive care unit open 24/7

WELCOME TO

Eastcott Veterinary Referrals

Multidisciplinary Veterinary Referral Practice based at our RCVS Accredited Veterinary Hospital in Swindon, Wiltshire. Our referral hospital is led by a team of Veterinary Specialists who provide an exceptionally high level of clinical and surgical veterinary care.

The hospital is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities in all disciplines, parking is plentiful and our team offers a warm welcome referring vets, clients and patients.

SPECIALISMS

This is what we specialise in

NEWS

What’s happening at Eastcott

Laparoscopic Gall Bladder Removal now available

Gall Bladder Removal  Gall bladder mucocele (GBM) is becoming increasingly commonly diagnosed in canine patients.  The decision to remove the affected gall bladder is usually straight forward if the patient is showing clinical signs that will be improved following surgery. However, if the animal is not currently showing any obvious symptoms it can be harder…
New surgical appointments support growth at eastcott

New surgical appointments support growth at Eastcott

Our surgery team is going from strength to strength with three new appointments We’ve recently welcomed Inês Gordo, Ellie Lederer and Elena Carbonell Buj to the team following a period of exceptional growth. A graduate from the University of Lisbon, Inês is a European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery. After working for two years in…

Virginia earns specialist status

We are celebrating the success of one of our top clinicians who has just passed her European Diploma exams to become an EBVS® European Specialist in veterinary neurology Virginia Crespo joined Eastcott Veterinary Referrals in August 2020 as a member of the hospital’s neurology team. To pass the diploma exam successfully, candidates undergo extensive, well-defined…

Laparoscopic Gall Bladder Removal now available

Gall Bladder Removal  Gall bladder mucocele (GBM) is becoming increasingly commonly diagnosed in canine patients.  The decision to remove the affected gall bladder is usually straight forward if the patient is showing clinical signs that will be improved following surgery. However, if the animal is not currently showing any obvious symptoms it can be harder…
New surgical appointments support growth at eastcott

New surgical appointments support growth at Eastcott

Our surgery team is going from strength to strength with three new appointments We’ve recently welcomed Inês Gordo, Ellie Lederer and Elena Carbonell Buj to the team following a period of exceptional growth. A graduate from the University of Lisbon, Inês is a European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery. After working for two years in…

Virginia earns specialist status

We are celebrating the success of one of our top clinicians who has just passed her European Diploma exams to become an EBVS® European Specialist in veterinary neurology Virginia Crespo joined Eastcott Veterinary Referrals in August 2020 as a member of the hospital’s neurology team. To pass the diploma exam successfully, candidates undergo extensive, well-defined…

What do our clients think:

Wonderful staff who showed concern and care for my beloved dog

The surgeon was brilliant - Friendly, helpful, knowledgeable and reassuring.

Lovely friendly attitude of staff and very professional service helped me to feel confident my dog would get the best possible treatment.

You put me at ease and everything was explained very clearly. You gave me confidence that Milly was in good hands. Very happy and pleased with her outcome.