Working With Us

Our highly skilled and committed specialists and primary care teams work together to provide the very highest quality of care for all our patients. At Willows, we are incredibly proud of our people, who are committed to supporting their ongoing development.

We are always interested in talking to like-minded people who have a passion for what they do and who share our commitment to excellence.


12 February 2018

Radioactive Iodine Service for the treatment of Hyperthyroidism in cats

Radioactive iodine therapy can be considered the gold standard therapy with a reported success rate of 95%. It is also ideal for patients that are unsuitable for medical treatment or surgery. Most cats are no longer hyperthyroid after one treatment of radioactive iodine.

The radioactivity is very local and there is no hair loss or other side effects that are associated with radiotherapy. It is well documented that 20% to 25% of hyperthyroid cats have multiple areas of hyperfunctional (over-active) thyroid tissue, which is destroyed with radioiodine treatment regardless of location.

Radioactive iodine therapy is safe and effective but does require hospitalisation of the patient for 2-4 weeks.

For further information on this service and the treatment of hyperthyroidism please contact us.


6 February 2018

An open invitation to evening tours of Willows state-of-the-art premises

We would like to invite you to attend an evening tour of our state of the art premises. The tours, open to both Willows’ clients and non clients, are intended to showcase the facilities, services and levels of patient care that we offer. They will highlight our commitment to excellence, within both our primary ‘general practice’ clinic and our specialist referral services.

If you are interested in attending, please either reserve your place using the online reservation form or contact Willows on 0121 712 7070 – these places are available on a first come, first served basis. Don’t worry if you are unable to make this date, as you can reserve your place on a future tour which will take place about a month later.

We are happy to welcome groups and organisations on our tours – please call to discuss this with a member of our general practice veterinary team.

How to get to Birmingham Arena

By Bus

Buses run past the Arena all day long, in fact two often come along at once. Visit network west midlands for details. If you’ve travelled by coach to Digbeth coach station, the Arena is a 30-minute walk or a short taxi ride. We’d definitely suggest the latter. 

By Train

The location is just a short walk from Birmingham New Street, Moor Street, Snow Hill and Five Ways train stations. Alternatively, each station is only a few minutes away by Taxi.

By Car

If you're using satellite navigation to travel to the site, please enter this postcode: B1 2AA