What is RCVS accreditation?
RCVS accreditation is a voluntary quality assurance program. To become accredited, practices must pass a rigorous inspection carried out by an experienced veterinary surgeon.
Areas covered include:
- Health and Safety
- Commitment to training and education for staff to name just a few
Practice standards inspections of Accredited Practices are carried out every 4 years. Our latest inspection was carried out at the end of May 2016, and passed again with very positive comments.
The inspector stated that "Team member roles and responsibilities were well understood and demonstrated by all staff." also noted was a "consistently high level of attention to detail within the practice from reception throughout clinical and patient areas."
What does accreditation mean for you and your pet?
RCVS accreditation means peace of mind for you knowing that Taylor Vets is taking every step to ensure first class quality care for your pets.
Who are the RCVS?
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) regulates the veterinary profession. If you have read the profiles of our Veterinary Surgeons you will see the letters MRCVS after their name - that means they are a member of the RCVS and qualified to practice in the UK.
To learn more visit the RCVS website.
Approved Training Centre for Veterinary Nurses
Approved Training Practices offer the clinical training and work experience essential to qualifying as a Veterinary Nurse.
Our Clinical Coaches take great pride in their success rate of students becoming Registered Veterinary Nurses.
Access to the list of Approved Training Practices available on the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons website.