Family owned and Independent
Our promise is the best care for your pet.
Every pet will be cared for as if they were our own.
Turramurra Vet Hospital
Your family pet will receive the best care in a family owned, independent and multi award-winning hospital. You will receive advice – from the heart – about your pets from our enthusiastic vets and nurses who are real animal lovers. All our vets are Australian trained, committed to the Ku Ring Gai area and to their veterinary continuing education.
We’ll explain our professional opinion and recommendations, provide options when possible, and outline our estimated costs in caring for your pet. We’re always happy to hear what you would like for your pet, so that together we can develop the most suitable health plan. It will always ultimately be your choice regarding treatment options. Your pet should have a long and happy life and most importantly an excellent quality of life. That is our clear and honest goal. We perform veterinary house calls to the North Shore suburbs of Turramurra, Pymble, St Ives, Warrawee, Wahroonga, Gordon and Killara.
Turramurra Vet Hospital
Turramurra Vet Hospital has won multiple awards including:
- Most Outstanding Pet Care – Hornsby Ku-Ring-Gai Local Business Award Winner 2021
- Australian Small Business Champion Award – Pet Care 2018
- ASAV Hospital of Excellence 2017;
- NSW Chamber of Commerce Business Ethics Award 2014;
- Turramurra Rotary Pride of Workmanship Award 2010;
- Australian Veterinary Association Practice of Excellence 2009;
- Outstanding Pet Care – North Shore Business Award 2008
Lincoln Institute Employer of Excellence
Turramurra Veterinary Hospital has proudly attained and maintained the Lincoln Institute Leadership Accredited Employers of Choice. This is one of the highest levels of qualification available for veterinary professionals in Australia and New Zealand.
To maintain currency of accreditation, accredited practices must undergo a detailed Annual Leadership Audit and attend ongoing Lincoln Institute leadership training. The audit evaluates workplace culture, human resource management and business acumen.
Lincoln Institute encourage a supportive, positive work culture where good effort is recognised and development pathways are a strong focus. It helps to inspire a modern and innovative approach to the way veterinary practices lead their people.
Long Term Community Focus
The Thompson’s have been part of the North Shore area of Sydney for generations (read more of the Thompson family heritage – Dr James is sixth generation Australian with the family arriving in 1837).