COVID-19 Update: Rest assured that our MiNightVet teams are still on hand to help you and your pet in the event of an emergency. We can offer telephone advice, telephone consultations or emergency appointments. Call your local MiNightVet team for advice.



01483 769881


MiNightVet Woking
125-129 Chertsey Road
GU21 5BP

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 7pm – 8am
Saturday to Monday 6pm – 8am
Bank Holidays All day

MiNightVet Woking

MiNightVet Woking is a small animal out of hours veterinary emergency service, welcoming dogs, cats, birds, exotics, poultry and small mammals. We are based in Woking providing emergency out of hours care to our clients.

Our service is available to clients from all practices who have made arrangements with us. Please see the list below to find out if your veterinary practice can use our service.

The MiNightVet team provides a dedicated emergency service with full-time night staff who will be alert and effective even at unsociable hours. The qualified vets and nurses have a special interest, experience and training in all aspects of emergency and critical care.

We are always pleased to receive your feedback and constantly aim to provide a high-quality service, so if you have any compliments or suggestions on how we can improve, we would like to hear from you. Please view the have your say page for further details.

Facilities and services

  • Car parking
  • Disabled access
  • Digital X-ray
  • Ultrasound scanning
  • 24-hour monitored hospitalisation
  • Four consultation rooms
  • Separate dog and cat wards
  • Separate dog, cat and rabbit waiting area
  • Isolation unit
  • On site laboratory for same day results
  • Secure external exercise space for hospitalised patients
  • Two sterile operating theatres
  • Dedicated separate dental suite

Veterinary Surgeons

Elizabeth Wozniak, Veterinary Surgeon at MiNightVet Woking

Dr Elizabeth Wozniak

Head of Out of Hours Veterinary Surgeon
Elizabeth graduated from the Lublin Agricultural Academy, Poland in 2006. After working as a general practitioner in a busy small animal practice in Surrey between 2007-2013, she joined the OOH service, working alongside a referral centre, The Village Referrals. Since 2013 Elizabeth has been working as an emergency clinician in Woking and she became a senior OOH veterinary surgeon in 2015. Her particular areas of interest are surgery and trauma patient. When not at work Elizabeth enjoys fitness, running in particular and spending time with her two Maine Coon cats, Sherlock and Mycroft.
Elisabetta Clementi,, Veterinary Surgeon at MiNightVet Woking

Dr Elisabetta Clementi

Veterinary Surgeon
Betty graduated in 2010 from the University of Padova, Italy. She has worked for two years in a busy first opinion practice in Italy. In 2013, she moved to UK to start a one year internship at Wey Referrals developing an interest in emergency and critical care. Since 2014 she has been working as emergency clinician in Woking. In 2017, Betty obtained the post-graduate certificate in ECC and in March 2018 she was recognised as an advanced practitioner in ECC from the RCVS. Finally in 2018 she finished her second post-graduate certificate in clinical pathology at the University of Milano.

Veterinary Nurses

Sarah Collins, RVN at MiNightVet Woking

Sarah Collins

Lead Veterinary Nurse
Sarah qualified in 2002 after studying at the RVC and working at the Queen Mother Hospital for small animals referral centre. After leaving the QMH she became head nurse in a mixed animal practice before going back into referral work between 2007 – 2013 and studying for her further nursing diploma’s. Since 2013 Sarah has been working in emergency and critical care as a senior night nurse in Woking. Her particular areas of interest are medicine and emergency and critical care.
Jodie Cubero, MiNightVet Woking

Jodie Cubero

Registered Veterinary Nurse
Jodie started her veterinary nursing career in 2008 when she completed her ANA course and proceeded onto the NVQ. She qualified as a RVN in 2013 and continued working in various small animal practices including Battersea Dogs Home. Jodie has developed a strong interest in ECC since joining Woking clinic in 2015. She became a permanent member of staff at MiNightVet Woking in 2017. Jodie thoroughly enjoys all aspects of ECC medicine, anaesthesia in particular. She takes pleasure in fitness and spending time with her son.
Clare Coates, MiNightVet Woking

Clare Coates


Registered Veterinary Nurse
Clare has been working as a night nurse in a busy small animal practice since 2013. She joined MiNightVet Woking in July 2018. Clare’s main areas of interest are emergency and critical care nursing and nutrition. Clare enjoys travelling, cycling, art and camping adventures with her little dog, Teddy.
We are please to work with the following practices banner

MiNightVet Woking works in partnership with:

Pet Doctors - East Horsley

Ockham Road South
East Horsley
KT24 6QU

Pet Doctors - Elstead

The Green

Pet Doctors - Fetcham

145 Cobham Road
KT22 9HX

Pet Doctors - Godalming

67 Meadrow

Pet Doctors - Guildford

81 Epsom Road

Pet Doctors - Knaphill

Bagshot Road
GU21 2SE

Pet Doctors - Shalford

Anchor House
Station Row
Nr Guildford

Pet Doctors - Tongham

9 Manor Road
Nr Aldershot
GU10 1BL

Pet Doctors - Woking

125-129 Chertsey Road
GU21 5BP

Phoenix Vets - Camberley

93 Portsmouth Road
GU15 1HT

Phoenix Vets - Sandhurst

74 High Street
GU47 8ED

If your vet is not listed then you will need to use the on-call facilities that your own vet has chosen to provide. Please call your practices usual number and follow their instructions for emergencies.