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Burnham House Veterinary Surgery

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Practice Tour
If you have visited us with your pet you will have seen our reception and consulting rooms.  However, our Castle Street surgery is on four floors - find out a bit more about what goes on behind the scenes.
 
STREET LEVEL
This is our "outpatients" floor, housing our reception area, four consulting rooms, and dispensary.
 
GARDEN LEVEL
Downstairs, this level is our "inpatients" floor, with two inpatient ward rooms, isolation unit, laundry and autoclave room, and theatre suites.
 
FIRST FLOOR
Upstairs we have our in-house laboratory along with kitchen and bathroom, study area, and the Practice Manager's office (nearest the biscuits).
 
SECOND FLOOR
Upstairs again, our meeting room for staff and educational projects, and Milly the dog's office (Jeremy thinks it's his office, but we all know better).
 
 
THIRD FLOOR
And finally, the top floor attic is where we store things like x-ray films, paperwork, our educational and display equipment, etc.  You are very fit indeed if you can go from kennels to the attic in one go!
 
OUTSIDE
Our gardens have pens and aviaries to house wildlife patients that would rather be kept out of doors.
 
  
 
BRANCH SURGERIES
Click here for information on our branch surgeries in Folkestone, Whitfield and Walmer.
 
OUT AND ABOUT
We are one of the few practices in the area who are happy to carry out home visits.  The wildlife and zoological work we do also means that we spend quite a bit of time "in the field" - quite literally!
 
     
Updated 10/08/12 hp