Zielonogórska Lecznica Weterynaryjna in the LuxVet Group.
Zielonogórska Lecznica Weterynaryjna will be developing with the support of the LuxVet Group starting May 2023. The facility is located in Zielona Góra at Olbrychta 1A. It was established in 1989 by veterinarian Barbara Hanusz. Currently, the clinic provides veterinary care 7 days a week.
The team consists of 7 veterinarians, 5 veterinary technicians and 3 receptionists. Patients receive specialized care in surgery, neurology, internal medicine, oncology, cardiology, orthopedics, ophthalmology and dentistry. The facility has 2 consultation rooms, an imaging diagnostics room, a pre-op room, a surgical block with 2 operating rooms and a laboratory equipped with a biochemical and morphological blood analyzer. The clinic also offers ultrasound, ECG and endoscopic testing.
The facility has two fully-equipped hospitals that are monitored 24/7 – one for animals with infectious diseases, and the other one for patients requiring constant medical care, recovering from surgery, and animals whose owners cannot come to appointments every day. The hospital rooms offer a total of 18 spots for small and large patients, as well as modern incubators for newborn animals.
The LuxVet Group will provide support in the area of administration and accounting, operations, procurement, HR and recruitment, IT support and marketing. The team will have access to the Group’s training and knowledge exchange program and will receive 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 capital 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.