Well it seems that technology is trying to get the better of us this week. We are still experiencing a couple of teething problems with our new practice management system, we are working as hard as we can to get these fixed so please bear with us, especially our team of fabulous Receptionists.
Rest assured these computer issues do not in any way affect the treatment and care of all the animals at Chine House who remain our priority.
Thank you for your understanding
This is an ideal opportunity for an enthusiastic, forward thinking clinician to join our busy, very friendly practice.
Excellent facilities and support from an experienced team of clinicians, central location in the picturesque County of Leicestershire. Shared on call rota. The package will be commensurate with experience.
Please send your CV to: email@example.com or if you would like more information about the role please contact Tom Leaman on 07976 703754.
Closing date Friday 9th March 2018
Due to continued expansion, we are looking for an experienced RVN to join our ever-growing small animal and exotic team. You must be enthusiastic and show initiative within the role. An interest in exotics is essential, but experience is not necessary as full training will be provided. We provide our own OOH service, with night and weekend shifts shared between the team of 17 nurses. This position will be busy but fulfilling, with the opportunity to develop your nursing skills. CPD encouraged with a yearly allowance. Competitive salary depending on experience.
To apply, please complete an application form and return it to the Practice Manager at Chine House or send by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chine House is in need of a Locum RVN until 22 April for our small animal department. For more information contact: email@example.com
Recently Chloe, one of our equine vets, presented to 150 female GCSE students as part of a STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) event. The event was designed to encourage young women to continue education in the sciences. Chloe discussed the pathway to studying veterinary medicine at university as well as the wide variety of jobs available to someone with a veterinary degree. We hope she has inspired a few more young women into the profession.
Chine House Veterinary Hospital is excited to introduce our latest tool for lameness investigation at the clinic, the Equinosis Q inertial sensor lameness system (lameness locator).
The Equinosis Q system offers precise and objective identification of gait asymmetry using microelectric sensors positioned on the poll, pelvis and pastern of the horse. The system is particularly useful in the investigation of subtle or multi-limb lameness as well as to gauge the effectiveness oftreatment. It is also helpful when monitoring rehabilitation programmes.
The system is used in combination with standard lameness investigation techniques and can be used on all surfaces.
If you are interested in using the Equinosis Q as part of a lameness investigation on your horse, please do not hesitate to contact the Equine Department on 01509812445.
We are happy to welcome Bradley Hill to our equine team.
Bradley graduated from the Royal Vet College in 2008. He began working in Equine Practice in Doncaster, followed by Solihull and finally Market Harborough. He has gained a wide range of experience and joined Chine House in July 2017, having been a student at the practice whilst at university. He has a keen interest in poor performance and stud work.
Outside of job his interest with horses continues; he has been involved with horses competing at the highest levels in both showjumping and eventing. In addition to this he enjoys squash, tennis and running.
Out and about his loyals dogs Stanley and Reginald accompany him on most visits.
Bradley replaces Olivia Brunt who has left to pursue exciting opportunities working in Australia. Olivia has been a fantastic member of the Chine House equine team and we wish her all the best for the future.
EquiPENS(TM) Neuromodulation for Trigeminal Mediated Headshaking
Chine House Veterinary Hospital is delighted to now offer EquiPENS (per-cutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) neuromodulation therapy for equine trigeminal mediated headshaking. Clinical trials undertaken by the University of Bristol has shown EquiPENS to be a safe, well tolerated, repeatable management option for trigeminal-mediated headshaking, with encouraging efficacy for improvement of clinical signs.
For further details, please call Dr Kirstie Pickles on 01509 812445
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Equine: 01509 812445
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Surgeries & Appointments
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Saturday: 9:00AM - 12.00PM
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