Small Animal Specialty Hospital – The Western Weekender

The Small Animal Specialist Hospital (SASH), at the forefront of veterinary medicine, recently opened a brand new facility in Sydney’s west.

Located in Prospect, the hospital opened for emergency services from August 22 and the rest of the services opened from August 29.

SASH has been featured on TV programs such as “Bondi Vet” and the “Today” show and has an incredible team of specialist and emergency vets.

With the opening of its doors, SASH Western Sydney (WS) Hospital will provide a range of veterinary services including emergency and intensive care, internal medicine, surgery, dermatology, oncology, imaging diagnostics and sports medicine.

It will strengthen the veterinary services available to pet owners in the area, who will be able to access specialist and emergency veterinary care closer to home, just 10 minutes from Parramatta and 25 minutes from Penrith.

SASH WS Managing Director and Oncology Specialist Dr. Sandra Nguyen believes it is exciting to provide pet parents with new therapies to support their furry family members with over 70 veterinarians, amazing specialists and nurses.

“With new specialist areas such as oncology and dermatology and other therapies such as our sports medicine and rehabilitation service, pet owners have access to a range of treatments at SASH WS that they may not be able to. -not even be aware,” Dr Nguyen said.

“Everything is linked.

“The CT and MRI kit has just been installed and our team is really excited to start using the new equipment. Pet owners can be confident that they are receiving the gold standard of veterinary care that SASH is known.

Along with three other established facilities in North Ryde, the Central Coast and Adelaide, which treated more than 32,500 cases last year, the Prospect site will allow local vets to refer specialist cases.

SASH Western Sydney’s emergency service will be open to pet owners 24/7, for walk-in visits, when urgent veterinary care is needed and for out-of-hours care. ‘opening.

The wide range of specialist services will be available by appointment or on the recommendation of local veterinarians.

To contact SASH Western Sydney, visit or call 8609 9444.

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