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We're an RCVS training practice

As well as being a busy veterinary practice, we’re also a teaching one. Student nurses can train with us, as we’re an accredited training practice with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. This means nurses can work and study with us at the same time and gain professional qualifications. Many join us as trainees and once fully trained, choose to stay at Coastway and run their own pet care clinics.

Continual Professional Development (CPD)

Anyone who joins Coastway Vets is expected to continue to learn and study to further the knowledge and experience within the practice. Our vets must attend a number of CPD talks and presentations throughout the year to ensure they stay up to date with medical advancements and procedures. We often host these at our Veterinary Hospital in Brighton which are run either by our own specialists or by visiting vets. We open these events up to neighbouring and regional vets, our latest calendar for which can be found here?????????.


Any current Coastway vacancies are listed below. If you’d like to send us your CV in advance of any vacancy, you can send it to our HR Manager, Vicki Shears at [email protected]

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Ready to register with us? Complete our online form and one of our team will review your details and email you a confirmation once you are registered, they'll also contact you if they have any queries. If you'd rather speak to someone about registering, pop into your local surgery and our friendly reception staff will be happy to complete your registration for you.

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