Sarah graduated from Cambridge University (Lucy Cavendish) in 2007.
She spent many years working in day and night clinics in the north-west of England, before setting up a dedicated out-of-hours emergency service for several clinics in Surrey.
This night service paved the way for Chertsey Vets and then Woodham Lane Vets to be formed.
Sarah performs veterinary acupuncture for her patients at our Woodham Lane clinic.
Tristan graduated from Cambridge University (Downing) in 2005.
After working as an intern and resident in specialist referral practice in the North West, he and Sarah decided to relocate to Surrey after the birth of their first daughter.
Many years working as an emergency vet has given Tristan the ability to be calm under pressure, and deal with any emergency that comes through the door.
Tristan performs our keyhole surgery procedures at our Chertsey clinic.
David graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2020. He has joined the Chertsey and Woodham Lane teams and is making a flying start into his veterinary career.
We hope you will make David welcome when you meet him at the clinic!
Amy started nursing in 2004 and qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN) in 2009.
Amy is a highly qualified veterinary nurse, and has a Diploma in Advanced Veterinary Nursing, and also a Certificate in Canine and Feline Nutrition.
She enjoys running weight clinics for her patients, and using diet to help improve health and well being.
Amy has a special interest in cats, and has recently obtained a Distinction in her LSFM Certificate in Feline Nursing.
She is very happy to have joined Woodham Lane Vets as Head Veterinary Nurse.
Mati joined our reception team back in 2016, while completing her degree in Animal Behaviour and Welfare.
She is now Practice Manager of both Woodham Lane and Chertsey Vets.
She had previously been working in the event and theatre industry, but felt like something was missing; and so followed her dream job of working with animals.
After a 6 month break from the team to fulfil another goal: travelling and working in New Zealand; she decided that her home was back with us, and she as rejoined us as our Group Practice Manager.
Her goal now she has settled, is to start adding to her animal family, including one day having her own small holding with pigs and pygmy goats!
Leanne worked with Chertsey Vets as a nursing assistant, before gaining admission to Cambridge University to train as a veterinary surgeon.
Leanne works for Woodham Lane and Chertsey Vets as a nursing assistant when she is not studying, or gaining clinical experience in other veterinary clinics as part of her course.
Patsy is a member of our reception team at Woodham Lane, and keeps the desk running smoothly. She is on hand to book your appointments and help with any queries you may have.
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