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Intern Team

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Our Intern Team

Established for over 12 years Willows’ team of highly skilled interns are all fully qualified Veterinary Surgeons. Throughout their one-year rotating internship programme Willows Interns have primary case responsibility through our Out of Hours Service, working alongside dedicated Emergency Vets.

Working together with our team of multidisciplinary Specialists and Residents Willows’ Interns care for critical patients in our Intensive Care Unit.

Thomas Heaselgrave

BVetMedSci BVM BVS NRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon – Intern

Tom studied Veterinary medicine at the Univeristy of Nottingham, achieving two degrees BVMedSci(hons) and BVM BVS(hons) MRCVS during his time there.

Since graduating Tom has worked in a busy small animal hosptial in Dudley where he gained great exposure to surgery and emergency cases. Tom has a keen interest in Neurology and orthopaedics, and is hoping to pursue this interest following his rotating internship at Willows.

In his spare time Tom is in a band and enjoys playing regular gigs around the Nottingham area.
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Natasha Wayne-Wynne

Veterinary Surgeon – Intern

Natasha graduated as a Veterinary surgeon from the Royal Veterinary College in July ‘20 and began working in a busy first opinion practice based in South West London, where she stayed for one and half years before joining Willows. Natasha gained experience in a variety of disciplines which allowed her to expand her knowledge and practical skills durring her time there.

She enjoy all aspects of Veterinary medicine and the different challenges that each one brings. Natasha is particularly interested in Soft Tissue Surgery, Neurology and Cardiology, and enjoys the varied diagnostics and work-ups involved in treating more complex cases. She is excited to learn from the Specialists in these areas in the hope of becoming an accomplished and well-rounded clinician in the future.

Natasha is passionate about delivering a gold standard level of care to her patients and is looking forward to the year ahead on as rotating intern at Willows.

In her spare time, she enjoy exercising and has been a keen netball player throughout her time at school and university. She also love travelling and spending as much time with friends and family as possible.
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Michael Cornish

Veterinary Surgeon – Intern

Mike graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2017, and he worked in general practice in South London before joing Willows in July ‘22. Mike is interested in internal medicine, particularly feline medicine, and is looking forward to getting involved in the clinical research at Willows.

Mike has a rescue cat, named Penny, and in his spare time, he enjoys cooking, watching old films, gardening and exploring new cities.
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Yolanda Lopez Barroso

Veterinary Surgeon – Intern

Yolanda graduated from the University of Extremadura, Spain in 2013. She then spent four years working with both, small animals and wildlife around the world.

In 2019 Yolanda moved to the North of England where she worked in a busy first opinion practice before going on to complete a surgical internship in a referral practice. She is currently undertaking a Certificate in Small Animal Surgery at the University of Liverpool.

In her free time, she adores being with her family and her two pets, a lovely Greyhound and a sprightly rabbit. Yolanda also enjoys travelling and all forms of outdoor exercise.
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Jinjing He

Veterinary Surgeon – Intern

Jinjing graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2020 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (BVMS). She then went on to work in a referral hospital in the Northeast before joining Willows in 2022.

Jinjing enjoys all aspects of Veterinary medicine with a particular interest in Diagnostic Imaging. She is enrolled with the University of Liverpool for a Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice in Small Animal Diagnostic Imaging.

Jinjing has two rescue cats, Luna and Billie and in her spare time, she enjoys reading, watching movies, and exploring nature.
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