Andrew Kent

Andy graduated from the University of Bristol in 2008. He spent a year in mixed practice in Somerset followed by three years in a busy Small Animal Hospital in Cheshire, where he developed an interest in small animal medicine. In 2012 Andy moved to the Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital (University of Cambridge) to undertake a Senior Clinical Training Scholarship (residency) in Small Animal Internal Medicine. On completion of his residency Andy then joined Willows in 2015.

Andy completed the Diploma of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2016, becoming a European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine.

He enjoys all aspects of Internal Medicine and has a particular interest in Gastroenterology, Urology and Immune-mediated diseases.

In addition to Internal Medicine, Andy has a major interest in interventional endoscopy and radiology having spent time in the USA receiving additional training and gaining experience of a variety of techniques as well as spending time with leading human Endoscopists in the UK.

He regularly performs a wide range of interventions, including gastrointestinal (balloon dilation of strictures, palliative stenting), respiratory (tracheal stent placement for tracheal collapse) and urological (cystoscopic laser ablation of ectopic ureters, cystoscopic ureteral stenting, sub-cutaneous ureteral bypass procedures, palliative stenting of urethral obstructions). In addition to this Andy is the only clinician in the UK developing endoscopic biliary interventions, including ERCP, removal of biliary stones and endoscopic stent placement.

Andy is proud to be part of the Willows team and to have access to such outstanding clinical facilities, allowing him to provide the highest standards of care to his patients and to provide cutting-edge techniques and treatments.

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