Brighton Veterinary Hospital

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Providing the highest standard of veterinary care

Whether you need a routine vet appointment for your cat’s annual booster vaccine, or an emergency vet at 3am for a poorly pet, our Brighton veterinary hospital can help. We opened our first surgery in Kemp Town in 1976 with just one vet. Today Brighton is our largest surgery and is also home to our exotic veterinary team, emergency out-of-hours vets and cattery. Our extensive hospital has separate cat, dog and exotics wards to care for the individual needs of all our patients and is open 24 hours a day every day of the year. We also have our own on-site laboratory, which saves us time waiting on test results and enables us to get on with treating your pet quickly.

Covid-19: Service for our Brighton Clinic

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are currently not able to offer appointments for routine procedures. We are offering appointments for urgent rabbit and ferret vaccinations, emergency neutering for dogs and cats if they live in multiple, same pet households, a limited number of appointments for emergency rabbit castrations for males that live in groups, and urgent appointments for sick or injured pets.

Telephone appointments are available where appropriate.

Requests for repeat prescriptions, parasite control and food, can be emailed to [email protected]co.uk.

Find us

Freshfield Business Park, Freshfield Way, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 0DF

Opening Times

Monday to Friday: 8am-7pm
Saturdays: 8am-5pm
Sundays: ​9am​-5pm (Sunday appointments are charged at our normal week rate, but must be pre-booked by the Saturday before)

Emergency Vet

Monday to Friday 7pm to 8am the following day, every weekend from 5pm Saturday through to Monday 8am and every bank holiday.

Most of our referral clinics, where our expert vets see cases referred to them from our own as well as regional vets, are also here. Brighton’s large reception and meeting rooms make it ideal for events, so this is where we hold our behaviour classes for puppies and adolescent dogs.

Brighton’s our busiest surgery, run by our largest team of dedicated staff who are all committed to providing the best care possible for your pets.

Choose Coastway Brighton for:

 

  • Separate cat and dog, waiting areas and consultation rooms
  • Your choice of vet
  • Nurses clinics
  • Our exotic veterinary teams
  • Brighton’s only vet-run, 5 star cattery
  • Our out of hours, emergency vet
  • Behaviour classes
  • Specialist veterinary clinics
  • Free off street parking

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Take a 360-tour around Coastway Kemp Town, which offers some of the newest state-of-the-art facilities found in veterinary surgeries Brighton wide.

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The following temporary service changes have been put in place to protect our staff and you, our clients, from infection from Covid-19. They will be in place...
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Our Woodingdean surgery is reopening from Thursday 14th May for vaccination clinics, this will be the only type of service offered at present. The branch will be...
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We are slowly re-starting the administration of insurance claims, but we do have quite a large backlog so this may take some time. Please bear with us,...
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Current Feedback

Facebook - 4.6 of 5 stars

★★★★★

“Coastway have been brilliant with my boy hoglet for the past 3 years. He’s had two separate operations on a prolapsed eye (the same eye) and both times he’s regained his eye and his eyesight despite not strictly being an exotic pet vets. Just wanted to say great work and worth every penny”

Adam Pittard – Brighton

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