The LuxVet Group is not slowing down. It has recently been joined by the Kościuszki Veterinary Clinic, one of the oldest and largest clinics in Toruń. The integration process and the continuing operation of the clinic will be conducted in full cooperation with its owner to date, Doctor Tomasz Garstecki.
The veterinarian facility operating at Kościuszki 41/47 in Toruń was established in 1954. For 35 years, it operated as the State Animal Treatment Center. Subsequently in 1990 it was modernized and transformed into the Veterinary Clinic. Over the years it was developed by its co-owners and employees.
Currently, the Kościuszki Veterinary Clinic employs 8 doctors, 8 technicians, a zoo physiotherapist and 2 management and administration staff. The facility has 6 doctor’s offices where it provides surgery, cardiology, dermatology, nephrology, ophthalmology, dental and rehabilitation services. It also has modern diagnostic equipment (including for direct digital radiography and ultrasound imaging) and supervised inpatient treatment space in the hospital ward. The clinic also offers a broad range of laboratory tests, preventive and care procedures as well as modern additional services, including a store with diet and daily pet food, vending machines with animal products and an online booking system.
The LuxVet Group will invest in further development of endoscopic, dental and rehabilitation services, provide support in the area of administration and accounting, operations, procurement, IT and marketing and it will offer benefits to employees, such as a training system and private medical care.
About the LuxVet Group
The Group has been consolidating and developing the Polish veterinary sector through a flexible partnership business model based on respect for the past achievements of the entities being integrated. By working with doctors and owners of leading animal health institutions and building its first hospital for small animals in Poland, the LuxVet Group develops top quality veterinarian services and raises the standards of work in the veterinary sector across Poland.
The Group has secured equity support from three investment funds: Oaktree Capital Management as the majority shareholder (which is also a shareholder in UNAVETS Group, a similar veterinary platform in the Iberian Peninsula), Cornerstone Investment Management and INVL Baltic Sea Growth Fund.