Introducing Our Practice Team
Everyone at our practice is committed to providing you with the very best in pet healthcare. Our veterinary team bring a wealth of experience to the practice and have individually obtained high standards of professional qualification.
Veterinary Surgeon/Clinical DirectorBVetMed MRCVS GP CertSAP
Helen qualified from Royal Veterinary College in London in 2001. She enjoys the variety of cases seen in a busy general practice. Helen is our Senior Vet and Clinical Director. Outside of work Helen loves cooking, baking and being outdoors spending time with family and friends.
Veterinary SurgeonBVM&S MRCVS
Susie grew up on the Wirral in Cheshire and graduated from The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in 2015. Outside of work Susie is involved in theatre groups and has performed in various musical productions. She also enjoys walking in our beautiful countryside, horse riding and has an interest in all things culinary.
Veterinary SurgeonBVMS MRCVS
Sorcha graduated in 2013 from Glasgow University and joined the team in 2022, having previously run a very successful veterinary home visiting service.
She’s worked in small animal and emergency practices.
Head Nurse/Practice ManagerRVN CertNCS(VPM)
Sam qualified in 1992 and joined the team in 2006. She has always worked in small animal practice, as a head nurse and as a clinical coach for student nurses. Sam has a keen interest in dog behaviour and training. In 2020 Sam took on the role of Practice Manager alongside her nursing duties. She lives with her partner Phil and cat Stumpee.
Deputy Head NurseRVN VN ECC ISFM DipFN
Clare joined the team in 2012. She started working in practice in 1999 and since then she has worked in a variety of private and charity practices, as a head nurse and a clinical coach for student nurses, and has achieved a wide range of qualifications. She lives locally with her husband, sons, dog Harley and cat Millie.
Leanne qualified in 2017 and has worked in local , emergency and mixed practices over the last five years. Leanne has recently gained her qualification in canine sport massage therapy and is currently working towards her certificate in hydrotherapy! She still has a big interest in physiotherapy and is always expanding her knowledge in this field!
Robyn joined the nursing team in 2020 shortly after qualifying from Myerscough.
She loves cats and has four of her own Shadow, Barney, Maize and Kitten.
In her spare time Robyn enjoys paddle-boarding and taking Alan the dachshund for adventures.
Nick used to work in graphic design but decided a change was in order and decided to train to become a Veterinary Nurse; he joined the team in 2021 after qualifying from Harper Adams University. Nick has an interest in canine behaviour and is our sustainability manager - making sure we are as eco-friendly as possible! He loves Labradors and enjoys spending his time with his own Labrador Alfie
Animal Nursing Assistant
Amy joined us in 2015 after working at a local kennels for five years.
Amy studied at Myerscough College, completing a National Diploma in Animal Care and a BSc in Animal Behaviour and Welfare. Amy lives locally with her husband Adam, son and their cat, Dolly.
Karen joined Lancaster Vets in October 2005 after moving to the area from Wakefield, where she worked as a financial administrator. She says that the advert to work with us “jumped out of the page”! Karen lives with her husband Bob and has a grown up son, Richard, who hopes to take the financial world by storm! She also has a Labrador called Dave!
Katy joined the team in October 2014 having worked as a carer and personal assistant. She doesn’t have pets but is constantly being persuaded by our clients to change that! She initially came to Lancaster in 2010 to study at the University of Cumbria, but has never left and lives locally with husband Alex and 2 sons.
Receptionist/Animal Nursing Assistant
Rachel joined the reception team in 2020. She loves her reception duties but she also helps out the clinical team in her role as an Animal Nursing Assistant. She enjoys walking Oscar, the cockerpoo, at the weekends