Teaching Hospital


Valentine Charlton Cat Centre

Valentine Charlton Cat Centre


The University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Sydney, is a purpose built veterinary hospital located in the heart of Sydney.

It consists of the recently constructed Valentine Charlton Cat Centre with a state of the art intensive care unit, radio iodine suite for the treatment of cats with hyperthyroidism and extensive hospital and boarding facilities, and an older but still very effective canine hospital.


Surgery

Feline Treatment room

Feline Treatment room

The clinic has two dedicated surgeries where procedures ranging from speys to heart surgery are performed as well as areas where less invasive procedures such as the removal of small lumps and endoscopy can be undertaken.

The clinic also has a plasma steriliser to allow for the sterilisation of items such as the endoscopy equipment.

Our recently purchased endoscopy unit allows the non-invasive examination of both gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts with the production of high quality digital still and video images.


Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic Imaging

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

University Veterinary Teaching Hospital Sydney (UVTHS) is a fully digital Radiology Department comprising of the following services:
* Picture Archive and Communications System (PACS);
* General and Computed Radiography (CR);
* Ultrasound (US);
* Computed Tomography (CT);
* Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) systems.


Pharmacy

Pharmacy

We have a fully equipped pharmacy which is run by a qualified pharmacist


Chemotherapy

The clinic is also equipped with chemotherapy units for both dogs and cats where patients suffering from cancer can be treated.




Clinic Staff & Student Interns

Clinic staff

In addition our impressive facilities, our greatest asset is our dedicated and highly trained staff who are committed to providing the best possible care for our patients, your pets.

Bright and enthusiastic student interns are an integral part of our team – they are the veterinarians of the future. Our students are studying to be vets because they love animals and this is their chance to move beyond the lecture room and the theory and see what practice is all about.

Under the supervision of our qualified clinicians they learn how to care compassionately for animals and they will make friends with your pet, attend to its individual dietary and exercise requirements and provide you with regular updates on its progress.