Most of you may know that located within the Hamilton Small Animal Veterinary Centre building is Veterinary Referral Services (VRS), which receives companion pet referral cases from their primary Veterinarians all over the Waikato. These patients require care that is complex, or requires skills and equipment that is beyond the function of their primary vet.
The team comprises of;
🐕Veterinary Surgeon Dr Ian Millward BVSc (Dist.), Cert. SA Surgery, MMedVet SA Surgery (Dist.)Vet
🐈⬛Referral Nurse & Administrator Sarah Wilson DVN, RVN
🐩Vet Referral Administrator Linley Herbert CVN
🐈Vet Referral Nurse Leeann Ruddell DVN, RVN
Changes are on the horizon for the Vet Referral team with work beginning on a newly built clinic attached to the rear of our building. Not only will it mean changes for the VRS team but our Hamilton Small Animal Vets Centre will now expand into the space left behind, creating a more dynamic, up to date and spacious work area. We will keep you posted with pictures and updates, watch this space!!
Since the start of the year, we've had more than 1,500 people sign-up to become apprentices. Some of them are re-skilling from one profession into a career they love. With skills shortages in key industries, employers are hiring and offering training through the fees-free apprenticeships programme.
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Awatere Village is excited to welcome you to join our close-knit community with the construction of brand new apartments due for completion in May 2022.
Along with the new apartments, our brand new community centre is in the works to cater to your full and active lifestyle. Order a barista-made coﬀee in the café, meet neighbours at the bowling green, and get in a workout at the gym, all in one morning. And if your afternoon is free, how about catching a movie in the cinema, ﬁnding your latest page-turner in the library, or getting creative in the crafts room.
Situated at 1350 Victoria Street, Beerescourt, our handy Hamilton location couldn’t be better.
To ﬁnd out more, just get in touch with Raewyn on 0800 333 688.
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In this issue, we profile one of the unsung heroes of the Elder Abuse Response Service (EARS) and learn more about the help the service offers.
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