Priory Veterinary Group
In the event of an emergency call
0115 943 0898
I am a Registered Veterinary Nurse. I have been at Priory Vets since 2007 and I have now joined the Mi Night team as an out of hours nurse. Although at times a very demanding role, nursing is incredibly rewarding and I feel very fortunate to be able to assist in the care of animals when they are in need.
I have 8 cats and 1 rabbit of my own who are my world! I have a keen interest in Holistic Health for animals and hold several Complimentary Therapy Qualications.
I am also a Qualied Pet Groomer and in my spare time I enjoy Grooming Cats Professionally as well as studying Feline Behaviour.
I quali ed as a veterinary nurse in October 2009 and I have just achieved the Diploma in Higher Education Veterinary Nursing from Myerscough College. This award forms part of the RCVS Diploma in Advanced Veterinary Nursing which I will complete in January 2017.
For the last 5 years I have worked in a large referral hospital specialising in or- thopaedics and neurology where I enjoyed theatre nursing and in patient care. I am excited to join the MiNight team as I have always been interested in criti- cal care nursing and I enjoy being involved with emergencies, especially those requiring surgery.
At Home I have two cats, three ferrets, two tortoises, tropical sh and a husband who keep me busy.
Mi Night Veterinary Surgeon
Senior Mi Night Veterinary Surgeon
I graduated from the University of Pretoria in 1994. I spent a few years doing general practice in South Africa, followed by employment in the State Veterinary service responsible for disease control in rural areas.
I emigrated to the UK in 1998 and have since worked in small animal practices in Leeds, Hastings and Southend-on-Sea. I have worked in the eld of emergency medicine and surgery for the past ten years.
In my free time I enjoy travelling, reading, playing the clarinet and gardening.
I quali ed as a vet from the RVC in London in 2005 and for the past 9 years I have worked nearly exclusively in Out Of Hours practice- helping animals when they have an emergency. I now lead the Mi Night Vet Team at Priory- providing a rst class service throughout the night.
I live with my young family in Burton - we have cats and hens.
Mi Night Veterinary Surgeon
I graduated in 2011 and began work in mixed practice for a couple of years before narrowing down to 100% small animal work. I joined MiNight in October this year to become a soley out of hours Vet because I enjoy the challenges of emergency work, and the opportunities it brings to really make a difference helping pets and owners.
Out of work I spend most of my time running round after my own animals: Tottie the horse who does Eventing, Anoushka the rescue crossbreed dog and Tash the 'stray' cat who came home from work one day and I never quite got around to rehoming
How to find MiNightVet
at Priory Veterinary Group
10A Derby Road,
Parking available on site
(Sat Nav users to use street address)
From Queens Medical Centre:
Follow Derby Road (A6200) signs until you reach the Queen’s Medical Centre. At the roundabout take the second exit towards A52. At the next roundabout take the third exit towards Wollaton Vale. Immediately turn left. The car park is just ahead with the veterinary practice to your right.
From South of Nottingham:
Take the ring road (A52). Continue on Clifton Blvd/A52 following signs to Derby/A52. At the Queens Medical Centre roundabout take the rst exit and stay on Derby/A52. Take the third exit on the roundabout towards Wollaton Vale. Immediately turn left. The car park is just ahead with the veterinary practice to your right.
Take the A52 towards Nottingham. Continue following A52 signs crossing two roundabouts. At the third roundabout take the rst exit towards Wollaton Vale. Immediately turn left. The car park is just ahead with the veterinary practice to your right.