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    The last few months have seen the Vetsure network of accredited independent veterinary practices grow substantially! Vetsure are delighted to welcome the following practices and groups to the Vetsure family across all their accreditation levels:

    Core Accredited Practices –
    ‘Core’ accredited practices are happy for Vetsure to settle the bill directly with them when clients make a claim on their Vetsure insurance policy.
    . Buchanan Vets
    . Church View Veterinary Clinic
    . Trinity Vet Centre

    Advanced Accredited Practices –
    In addition to meeting the ‘Core’ accreditation requirements, ‘Advanced’ level vets are an Introducer Appointed Representative (IAR) for Vetsure Pet Insurance and undergo Vetsure training and pricing analysis. We therefor work more closely with ‘Advanced’ practices to offer superior consumer value for money by aligning our pricing with theirs.
    . Runnymede Hill Veterinary Hospital
    . Crown House Vets
    . Ardmore Veterinary Group
    . Anderson Veterinary Group
    . Shrubbery Veterinary Group
    . Swaffham Veterinary Centre
    . Westfield Vets

    Elite Accredited Practices:
    ‘Elite’ level vets provide all the services specified in the ‘Core’ and ‘Advanced’ accreditation levels, but in addition they are fully integrated into our additional vet services. This means they will have the very best communications channels with the Vetsure team, but also, they will be operating more efficiently as a business and therefore offer the most superior service within our network.
    . Roundwood Vets

    By becoming Vetsure accredited, these practices have joined over 500 others who have been accepted as members on the basis that they offer the best possibly veterinary care at reasonable prices. Accredited members have demonstrated their commitment to working with Vetsure to develop genuine partnerships and build long-term success.

    For more information on becoming Vetsure accredited and joining a rapidly growing network of clinics and partnered consultants, please visit

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