Small Animal Hospital Staff

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Lead Clinicians

Gwen Covey-Crump

After graduating in 2001 Gwen spent three years in small animal practice before commencing a residency in Veterinary Anaesthesia at the University of Bristol in 2004. After completion she spent...
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Dr Emma Jane Love

Emma graduated from the University of Glasgow Veterinary School in 2000 and completed a residency in veterinary anaesthesia at the University of Bristol. She became a Diplomate of the European...
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Dr Patrick Burns

After qualifying from The University of Queensland, Australia, Patrick went into private practice and emergency referral practice for five years before returning to The University of...
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Dr Hugo van Oostrom

Hugo graduated from Utrecht University, the Netherlands in 2009. He stayed in Utrecht completing a Small Animal Internship followed by a Residency in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia. He...
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Paul Macfarlane

After qualifying from Bristol in 2000 Paul worked in mixed, large and small animal practice until 2007 when he started a residency in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Critical Care at the University...
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Julia Deutsch

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Dr Joanna Murrell

Jo graduated from Bristol in 1994 and after working in the department as a clinical fellow in anaesthesia she undertook a PhD at Bristol investigating neurophysiological correlates of pain in...
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Joei Potter

Joei graduated from Murdoch University, Western Australia. She has worked in mixed and small animal practice in Australia prior to relocating to the UK to undertake specialist training in...
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Clinicians

Robyn Thomson

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Christian Dancker

Christian was born and raised in Wolfsburg, Germany, and then went to the University of Veterinary Medicine in Hannover, Germany, where he graduated in 2013. After graduating he started a...
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Delphine Le Chevallier

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Nurses

Helen Binge

Helen qualified as a RVN in 2008 and worked in a first opinion and referral practice as head surgical nurse before starting at Langford in April 2013. Helen's position within Langford Veterinary...
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Kirsten Bevis

Kirsten graduated from Harper Adams in 2006 before going on to qualify as Veterinary Nurse in March 2007. She then spent several years working in various first opinion practices...
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Vicky Ford-Fennah

Started 2006 after completing her Veterinary Nursing degree here at Langford, Vicky is employed as our anaesthesia nurse.
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Lynne Hill - Chief Executive OfficerMessage from the Manager

Our aim is to ensure that all animals coming to us are cared for in the best possible way which is why we have specialist staff in all areas, so that you can be content that your animal is cared for to the highest standards available.

We want you to benefit from the multidisciplinary approach we take to our cases and we pride ourselves in the qualifications and training of our vets and nurses which ensures we stay at the cutting edge of treatments and care. We have the largest team of American and European Specialists in the South West.

Richard Hammond - Chief Executive Officer