Welcome to BVECCS (Brisbane Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Service). We are a local Animal Emergency Hospital, dedicated to providing quality patient and client care.
We are fully staffed all night, all weekend and all public holidays. So you can rest assured that your pet will get all the medical attention and TLC that they deserve-regardless of the time. BVECCS is your 24 hour vet clinic, open when your vet is not.
Situated in Albany Creek, Brisbane Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Service provides an after hours vet service for the north Brisbane area, including the Sunshine Coast.
Staffed 24/7 with a team of experienced emergency vets and nurses, we are here for your pets when they need help most.
From medical emergencies, severe trauma, toxin exposure or assistance when giving birth, we are set-up and prepared so able to assist you with any emergency situation.
With a combined emergency experience of greater than 200 years, our team of vets and nurses are devoted exclusively to caring for pets requiring emergency care. You will have peace of mind knowing your pet is receiving the best of care.
No appointment is needed. You are welcome to bring your pet directly to our 24 hr after hour vet hospital for attention. Our trained staff will assist your pet from the vehicle if needed and they will be assessed immediately.
It is of utmost importance to us that you, your pet and your family are in comfortable surroundings, receiving all possible information, so that we can help you get through this potentially difficult situation. Here at BVECCS, we are passionate about supporting you and your pet when an unexpected injury or illness arises.
Lyndal graduated from the University of Queensland (UQ) in 1987 and spent 5 years in general practice in Brisbane before moving to Sydney to embark upon her emergency career.
Lisa continues to be passionate about Emergency Medicine & Critical Care with a particular interest in trauma & shock, fluid therapy, & tick paralysis.
Cheryl worked with wildlife in Thailand and South-East Asia in 2005. Cheryl was employed to teach veterinary students in anaesthetic practice at the University of Sydney.
Georgia completed a small animal rotating internship and then a surgical internship in two specialist hospitals in Sydney as well as working part-time in emergency practice.
Stephanie is currently in the process of completing her memberships in Small Animal Internal Medicine with the long-term goal of becoming a Small Animal Medicine specialist.