Kirsty Roe

Kirsty graduated as a Veterinary Surgeon from the University of Bristol in 2000. She spent five years working in small animal practice in London and Northampton, where she developed an interest in canine and feline internal medicine. In 2005 she completed a Junior Clinical Fellowship in Internal Medicine at The Animal Health Trust in Newmarket and obtained the Royal College Certificate in Small Animal Medicine. Following this Kirsty completed a three year residency at The Royal Veterinary College in London and gained Diplomas of the American and European Colleges of Veterinary Internal Medicine. She is an RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Medicine and has worked at The Willows since 2009.

Kirsty enjoys both the challenge of the Internal Medicine discipline, and also the care element of her role with the seriously ill animals that she treats. She is particularly interested in endocrinology and gastroenterology. Kirsty very much enjoys being part of the top-notch team of multi-disciplinary specialists at Willows, and contributing to the high level of support and expert care provided for her patients, their owners and the referring veterinary surgeons who use Willows’ service.

Outside of work Kirsty has two young children who keep her entertained and on the go!