Berwick Vet Wellness Centre Relocating to 58 Clyde Road, Berwick

by | Jun 7, 2024

Berwick Veterinary Hospital Wellness Centre teamWe are relocating the Berwick Vet Wellness Centre, located at Eden Rise, back to our main site, the Berwick Veterinary Hospital on 58 Clyde Rd, Berwick. This decision has been made because of Eden Rise beginning major construction to upgrade the shopping precinct in the upcoming financial year.   Eden Rise is working with us on a potential new site within the new shopping district which will allow easier access for clients and pets and room for us to grow.

Our last day of trading from the Eden Rise site will be 14 June 2024.  We have loved every minute of working from Eden Rise and we thank each and every one of you for supporting our journey. Please know we are not abandoning the area, we will continue to offer veterinary care from 8am to 8pm every weekday and 8.30am to 4pm every Saturday from the 58 Clyde Rd site, the phone number is 03 97072655.  Our team of highly experienced veterinarians and nurses are all remaining within the company and will be available for bookings a the above address or via our website berwickvet.com.au

During our time at Eden Rise we significantly upgraded the main hospital with new state of the art equipment.  We also recently became re-accredited as an ASAV Hospital of Excellence (the only one in the Clyde and Casey regions), this is recognition of the quality of veterinary care we provide and an assurance to you that your loved ones are in the best of hands.

Please also be assured all veterinary records, medical reminders, drug orders etc are securely stored on our software system and will be operating as usual.  All Health Care Plan members please rest assured your contracts will be honoured in full, at not only the Berwick Veterinary Hospital but also the Narre Warren Veterinary Clinic at 459-461 Princes Hwy, Narre Warren.

For any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to call the clinic on 91182020 or BVH on 97072655.

Again, thank you for supporting us, an independent family-owned veterinary clinic that has been providing veterinary care and servicing the City of Casey for over 30 years.

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