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Grant Petrie MA VetMB CertSAC CertSAM MRCVS

Internal Medicine & Clinical Oncology

Grant qualified from Cambridge University in 1987. He undertook an internship at Bristol University Veterinary School before a period in private practice. He then entered a Postgraduate Training Programme (“Residency”) in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the Royal Veterinary College, University of London, from 1994-1998. After a further period in a private referral practice in Surrey, he returned to the University of London as a Lecturer in Small Animal Medicine (2003-2006). He has offered a second opinion and referral service in all areas of small animal internal medicine at the Bayswater Referral Clinic since 2007.

He has delivered lectures and seminars on various aspects of small internal medicine to undergraduates, veterinary nurses and veterinary surgeons in the UK and overseas for the past 20 years. He acts as a consultant to a number of pharmaceutical companies, particularly in relation to the development and use of products for endocrine diseases. He has been a volunteer for the British Small Animal Veterinary Association since 2001, with a particular interest in, and passion for, developing and delivering continuing education to the veterinary profession. He was President of the Association from 2010-2011. He was also an examiner, and Chief Examiner, for the RCVS Certificate in Small Animal Medicine.

Grant accepts referral cases for Internal Medicine & Clinical Oncology and sees patients on Tuesdays at Bayswater. Grant also consults at the London Veterinary Clinic in York Street two days per week and at the Animal Health Trust.

Please call the surgery on 020 7727 9828 for any referrals queries.

For all other enquiries about our services, please call 020 7229 2040.

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