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The recently completed Wildbase Hospital facility has greatly improved the way in which Wildbase provides care for over 50 different species each year.
A virtual tour of the Wildbase Hospital is coming soon.
“This new hospital will give us the ability to increase both the quality of our medicine and the volume of wildlife patients we treat. As a direct result we will save greater numbers of many of our unique and endangered species.”
Dr Brett Gartrell Associate Professor – School of Veterinary Science
Despite significant growth in patient numbers and staff over the past 12 years, our facilities have not kept pace with our requirements and now severally hamper operations. The existing Wildbase Hospital consists of a basic operating theatre and two tiny recovery/holding rooms. These cramped areas struggle to provide space for surgery, hospitalisation, food preparation and storage for wild species with widely varying requirements.
The new hospital will include the following areas:
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Last updated on Friday 04 September 2020