Profile coming soon
Helen is originally from Devon and qualified as an RVN in August 2017 then moving to Bristol in 2018.
Cara joined the team at Langford in April 2018.
Vicky joines Langford Vets in April 2018 as a receptionist.
Vicky previously worked for a small family business as an administrator but has a background and qualifications in Childcare/Child Health.
She has a very bouncy Miniature Schnauzer puppy called Millie who loves to run on the beach and Vicky also enjoys baking and decorating fancy cupcakes for weddings and birthdays in her spare time.
Alex graduated from Glasgow Veterinary School in 2006. After completing a MSc he spent 3 years at a busy PDSA hospital in London before completing a surgical internship at Fitzpatrick Referrals in Surrey. He returned to Glasgow to complete a rotating internship in 2012. In 2014 he began a residency at Dick White Referrals in Cambridgeshire and became a European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery in 2018.
After graduating from Cardiff University with a first class degree in Genetics in 2001, I spent 3 years working alongside Dr Chris Helps investigating feline upper respiratory tract infections in the early years of the Molecular Diagnostic Unit. The strong foundation in molecular biology gained during this time led me to complete a PhD in Molecular Immunology in 2009 at Bristol Vet School.
Having worked in the Small Animal Hospital as a locum for some time, Lauren finally joined the Langford Vets team in April of 2018. Profile to follow soon.
Elaina Tabrett joined the Langford Vets Equine Centre team in April 2018. Elaina has a level 2 is horse management and care after attending Cannington College. Since then she has achieved a level 2 apprenticeship in the principle of horse care and worked at event, dressage and livery yards. In addition Elaina is a keen rider and has brought on and competed her own horses to a very high standard.
Sam graduated from Swansea University with a BA History and Politics in 2014. After six months living in Australia he returned to the UK to complete his master’s in journalism and an NCTJ Diploma. Sam worked as a news reporter and temporary sports editor at the Stroud News & Journal for just over a year. Following his time on the newspaper he was looking to transfer his skills into a marketing role and joined the Langford Vets team in Spring 2018.