Mayor Unveils ‘Cutting Edge’ Expansion

THE Mayor of Wrexham unveiled a new expansion at a Vet practice in Wrexham

With a commitment to better serve their patients, Rhyd Broughton Vets has undergone a transformative reconfiguration, resulting in an array of enhanced services and amenities.

Among the notable upgrades are two additional consultation rooms, significantly bolstering appointment availability and streamlining client service.

Furthermore, the practice now boasts a state-of-the-art dental suite, equipped to deliver dental procedures including dental X-rays allowing comprehensive oral assessment.

This allows the vets to determine if surgical extractions are necessary or a simpler scale and polish treatment, ensuring optimal oral health for pets.

In a significant stride towards advanced diagnostics, Rhyd Broughton Vets has incorporated an Ultrasound suite into their facility.

This cutting-edge addition provides a quiet space with controlled lighting maintaining a tranquil space for patients while empowering veterinary professionals with rapid and precise diagnostic capabilities, further elevating the standard of care provided to their patients.

The official inauguration of these new facilities was marked by a visit from Councillor Andy Williams, the Mayor of Wrexham, on March 14.

Practice Director, Sarah Lewis said: “We are honoured to introduce our patients to the enhanced services now available at Rhyd Broughton Vets.

"The official ribbon-cutting ceremony by the Mayor was a testament to our commitment to excellence in pet care. We eagerly anticipate welcoming both existing and new clients to experience our upgraded facilities and services.”

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