Equine Internship 2019

Commencing July 2019 This is a 12-month position ideally suited to a veterinary graduate with at least 6 months prior experience, although confident new graduates will be considered. The internship is primarily hospital based but there may be a small amount of ambulatory work. At the end of this position we would anticipate that the […]

Vacancy – Diploma holding Equine Surgeon

Experienced Diploma holding Equine Surgeon required to join our friendly equine hospital in the East Midlands. Leadership qualities essential, with enthusiasm and drive to help develop  our hospital services. Package commensurate with experience and long term prospects for the right candidate. Please send your C.V. to the practice manager msimmonds@chinehousevets.co.uk, or telephone Tom Leaman 07976 […]

New Practice Management System

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 […]

Vacancy – Equine Vet

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:  practicemanager@chinehousevets.co.uk or if […]

Small Animal/Exotics Nurse Required

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 […]

Chine House Equine Vet gives talk to GCSE students

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 […]