News

News

November 2017

 

We are excited to announce that Bridge Pathology and the rest of the VPG has joined forces with the SYNLAB Group. SYNLAB offers a comprehensive range of tests as well as diagnostic advice for domestic pets, horses, reptiles and birds as well as farm animals and exotic species. Veterinary Pathology Group (VPG) extends SYNLAB’s veterinary business to the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, in addition to its veterinary laboratories in Germany, Italy, Belgium and other European countries.

For further information regarding SYNLAB in the UK and Ireland please visit: http://www.synlab.co.uk

For further information regarding SYNLAB Group please visit: www.synlab.com / www.synlab.de/en/tier/tieraerzte-und-fachkreise/

 

Christmas Opening Hours 

 

Friday 22nd December – Open as normal 9:00am-5:30pm

Saturday 23rd December – Closed

Sunday 24th December – Closed

Monday 25th December – Closed

Tuesday 26th December – Closed

Wednesday 27th December – Open as normal 9:00am-5:30pm

Thursday 28th December – Open as normal 9:00am-5:30pm

Friday 29th December –  Open as normal 9:00am-5:30pm

Saturday 30th December – Closed

Sunday 31st December – Closed

Monday 1st January – Closed

Tuesday 2nd January – Open as normal 9:00am-5:30pm

October 2016

 

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This month we are pleased to welcome Sam Beck BSc BVSc MVetMed FRCPath MRCVS here at Bridge Pathology!

Sam graduated from the university of Liverpool in 2007. While at vet school he gained a first class intercalated degree in veterinary pathology from the Royal Veterinary College and returned there in 2013 to begin his pathology residency. The intervening six years Sam spent working in first opinion equine and farm animal practice in the midlands. At the RVC Sam was split between the university diagnostic service and the animal and plant health protection agency (APHA) in Weybridge, where he gained a broad range of experience with both domestic and farm animal species. He was awarded his FRCPath by examination in 2016. Sam’s interests lie in diagnostic histopathology, infectious disease and oncology.

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