Referrals (information for Vets)
Why choose The Park Referrals?
We offer a personal service, keeping you involved with the progress of the investigation/treatment with regular updates by phone and letters/emails
Experienced and highly qualified clinicians allowing you to relax and trust that your pets are in good hands.
We are easily accessible, only 5 minutes from junction 21 of the M1. We are based in a fully accredited Veterinary Hospital which ensures that we maintain the highest standards
We run our own out-of-hours emergency service with an RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Emergency and Critical Care, so that our cases are cared for 24 hours a day, ensuring continued dedicated care and avoiding the need for transporting potentially critically ill patients
Our wide range of experience and team approach allows us to deal with more complex and challenging cases.
We are very flexible with aftercare, and can either cater for client care here or liaise with the referring vet to manage the case at their own practice.
We want to make your life easier, so we are happy to hospitalise patients over weekends for procedures that are to be performed on Monday
Member of the RSA Preferred Referral Network
BVMS (Hons) PgCert(SAOphthal)
BVM BVS PgCert(SAOphthal)
Gareth is a Special Lecturer in Ophthalmology at Nottingham Vet School as well as being an RCVS Advanced Veterinary Practitioner in Ophthalmology. He has been taking referrals for over 20 years and leads the department.
Mark is also an RCVS Advanced Veterinary Practitioner in Ophthalmology and augments the Ophthalmology team together with Jess to ensure a comprehensive and team led approach.
Common surgical procedures include:
- Entropion (costs approximately: simple (£500-£600); complex (£650-£800)
- Facelifts (cost approx £600-800)
- Distichiasis – cryosurgery
- Eyelid mass excision
- Ectopic cilium
- Cherry eye – pocket technique (cost approx £500-600)*
- Dry eye – parotid duct transposition (cost approx £1300)*
- Superficial keratectomy for non-healing ulcers (costs approx £550-700)*
- Deep corneal ulcers – pedicle or corneal lamellar graft
- Corneal foreign body removal
- Corneal sequestrum in cats (costs approx £600-£1000)*
- Lens luxation ‘open sky technique’: intracapsular lens extraction for “terrier glaucoma” (costs approx £1300)*
- Cataract Surgery – Phacoemulsification (approx £2000 for a single eye, £3000 for both)
- Alternatives to enucleation: eg orbital/intrascleral protheses or intracameral gentacin
NB * Costs can be highly variable outside these figures according to patient need or client requests eg bloods/fluids/hospitalisation/medications used
- Eye Panel work – screening for inherited disease for breeders – Gareth is not a member of the Eye Panel: clients are referred to Willows Veterinary Specialists