Veterinary Health Centres
Your companion in health care for all animals
Visit our Veterinary Health Centres at Roseworthy and experience our comprehensive range of veterinary health services and medical treatments for all animals in our state-of-the-art 24-hour teaching hospital.
Whether it be cats, dogs, horses, farm animals, native or exotic species, our dedicated and caring vets and nurses work around the clock to care for your pet.
We provide general practice services, a referral centre for complex cases and after-hours emergency care. 24-hour veterinary care is provided for all hospitalised patients.
As a teaching hospital dedicated to excellence in education, training and research, our Veterinary Health Centres have a vital role in training Australia’s next generation of veterinarians and animal scientists. You will find us at the University of Adelaide Roseworthy campus.
Donate to the Veterinary Health Centres
- Donate blood - your pet could save the lives of other animals!
- Donate to our hospital - help improve our research, teaching and services
Mild to moderate equine asthma has been identified as one of the main causes of poor performance (including reduced willingness to go forward) in race, pleasure and sport horses. It is a multifactorial syndrome, with a poorly defined cause and affects adult horses, of any age and breed.Read more about Respiratory evaluations at a markedly reduced rate until the end of October 2019!
If you didn’t recognise the Production Animal Health Centre and Equine Health & Performance Centre on site vehicles before you will now!Read more about New Equine and Livestock vehicles come to you
A new three-year Bachelor of Veterinary Technology at the University’s Roseworthy campus will train ‘paraveterinary’ health care specialists.Read more about New ‘vet tech’ degree to target emerging skills gap