Our Veterinary Centre is a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons approved Training Centre (TP) for Veterinary Nurses.
Our nurses perform a variety of duties such as assisting with operations, inpatient care and nurse consultations.
They are all fully qualified and have followed internal and external courses in specialised subjects.


Veterinary Nurses Midhurst

Jenny, head nurseHead Nurse
Jenny Samson RVN

 

 

 

 

staff-lianeLiane Westwood RVN
Liane joined us in July 2008 and is our Deputy Head Veterinary Nurse. She enjoys caring for hospitalised patients and surgical nursing. She owns a  rabbit called Thea who is her pride and joy.

 

 

staff questionSue RVN

 

 

 

 

 

Staff AmyAmy Wettone SVN
Amy joined us in December 2014 as a student veterinary nurse. She enjoys caring for our hospitalised patients. When not at work Amy enjoys looking after her horse and 4 cats! She is a self confessed crazy cat lady!







RobynRobyn Hibberd SVN
Robyn joined Woodlands Veterinary Centre in 2015. She started her Veterinary Nurse training in September 2016. She has an equestrian and agricultural background but also love other furrys great and small!
In her free time she loves riding, going on walks up the South Downs, and spending time with friends and family. p> 

 

 

staff questionElisa Coyne

Elisa is working as an animal care assistant and she helps out at reception.

 

 

 

 



 

Veterinary Nurses Liphook

ChristineChristine Lacey RVN
Christine joined the practice in October 2014 and is a regular contributor to our Facebook page.
She enjoys meeting all the furry visitors.
At home she has a cat called Gadget.

 


Beli
Staff-Belindanda Stoner DipAVN (Surg), RVN,
Belinda's main job is working as a course tutor in veterinary nursing at MYF Training, Aldershot, which is an approved training centre for veterinary nurses.
She runs a very popular Nurse Clinic on Saturday mornings at our Liphook Centre.




Veterinary Nurses Haslemere

Staff-KerrieKerrie Rutter RVN
Kerrie did her veterinary nurse training at our Midhurst Veterinary Centre and
passed her nursing exams in 2009. She ensures that our Haslemere Centre runs smoothly.
When not at work she enjoys walking her dog.

 

 

 

 

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