Pat has been a qualified veterinary nurse for 42 years, andjoined the practice in 2010. She has worked in a variety of practices making her a wealth of practical knowledge and is a trained Nurse Assessor. Outside of work she enjoys time with her five grandchildren and a menagerie which includes spoilt chickens Gregory, Marjorie and Freckle.
Becky qualified in 2009 and joined the practice in 2013. Her spare time is spent with her horses Rolo and Megan. Megan enjoys a more relaxed life these days but Becky enjoys tackling BE eventing competitions with Rolo.
Nicky qualified in 1997 and joined the practice in 2010. She enjoys working with our “weight watchers” through the nurse clinics and also runs our puppy parties. In association with The Vet Centre Nicky has just completed a two year course to become a Clinical Canine Massage Practitioner. For more information www.kanedumassage.com.
Helen joined the practice in 2006, undertook her training and qualified in 2008 as a RVN. She has continued her studies and is about to graduate with a BSc in Veterinary Nursing and Busines Management. Helen has a black labrador called Roo who she enjoys walking to the local pubs. She also likes to swim on her days off.
Trainee Veterinary Nurse
Beth joined the practice in September 2015 as a Veterinary Care Assistant. She passed that qualification with Distinction and has commenced her training to become a fully qualified Veterinary Nurse, studying one day a week with the College of Animal Welfare and undertaking other learning in practice at Maids Moreton. She is in her second year of nursing studies and a valued member of the nursing team.
Georgie joined the practice in September 2018 as a 2nd year veterinary nurse. She studies one day a week with the college of animal welfare. She calls herself the crazy cat lady and loves all things cat. She has 3 cats at home.
Chloe joined us in January 2019 as a Trainee Veterinary Nurse. She had done a work experience placement with us in December. She is pictured here with Pascoe who is Mrs Marshall’s dog.
Kayleigh started working with us in July 2018 after having done her work experience here. She is studying towards her veterinary care assistant qualification. She has a tri colour border collie called Tux at home