Queen Mother Hospital for Animals

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In 2008 the Royal Veterinary College completed the third phase of development of the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals (QMHA). This development supports the continued expansion of both secondary and tertiary medical and surgical services for small animals, built around support services such as Emergency and Critical Care, Anaesthesia and Diagnostic Imaging.

There is also a strategic focus on the development of first opinion small animal services at the Beaumont Animals’ Hospital, serving the Kings Cross, London area.