Faye Clarke

Faye graduated from the University of Bristol in 2010 as a Registered Veterinary Nurse with Business Management degree. After graduating she worked for a year in first opinion practice, then joined Willows in 2011 as an RVN and went on to be promoted to Treatment Room Nurse in 2012. Faye left willows to run a…

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Vicky Maund

Vicky has always had a passion for caring for animals from a young age, with her veterinary career starting at the age of thirteen in a practice working with both farm animals and domestic pets. Vicky qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1996 from Rodbaston College. She continued her veterinary work at the PDSA before…

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Cathy Bowen

Cathy qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2000 and went on to spend 11 years as a RVN in small animal first opinion practice. During her Nursing career Cathy primarily focused on nurse-led consults running successful nurse clinics. In 2010, Cathy made the move into industry. Over the next 10 years she took on…

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Nic Davis

Nic studied Genetics and Molecular Biology at university and after graduating in 2010 decided to take some time out to decide if a career in genetics was right for him. He then went on to work as a Pet Health Advisor at a local small animal practice and immediately knew that working within the veterinary…

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Samantha MacDonald

Sam joined Willows from the world of Private Healthcare having worked for a number of the UKs largest private Healthcare providers for over ten years in the London, the South East and most recently the Midlands. It had always been Sam’s childhood dream to become a Vet, having grown up watching every episode of ‘Animal…

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Tinderjit Khatkar

Tinderjit joined Willows in February 2018 as an HR Business Partner, having previously worked in various HR roles mainly in education. Working at Willows has been a great opportunity to learn about the veterinary sector and Tinderjit has been truly blown away by the dedication and commitment of team members and the amazing service they…

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David Hindley

David has worked at Willows Veterinary Centre and Referral Service since 2002, initially joining us as an animal care assistant obtaining valuable experience working alongside general practice clinicians and specialist vets in a progressive small animal practice.  Going from strength to strength, his level of commitment to the practice, his colleagues and, most importantly, the…

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Tom Reilly

After leaving school, Tom started working at his local RSPCA branch, spending four years helping rehabilitate cruelty cases until they were fit to be rehomed. On leaving the RSPCA Tom had his first insight into the veterinary world as an animal care assistant at the PDSA. Having enjoyed working within the veterinary industry Tom joined…

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Chris Shales

Chris graduated from Cambridge Veterinary School in 2000 having gained a degree in Zoology in addition to qualifying as a Veterinary Surgeon. Chris then spent two hugely enjoyable years working in general practice in Suffolk before returning to Cambridge as a Resident in Small Animal Surgery. Following completion of his residency in 2005, Chris worked…

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Toby Gemmill

Toby graduated from the University of Bristol and following a number of years in mixed and small animal practice, he undertook a Residency in Small Animal Surgery at the University of Glasgow. Toby holds the RCVS Diploma in Small Animal Surgery (Orthopaedics) and the ECVS Diploma in Small Animal Surgery, and was also awarded an…

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