Our outstanding team of veterinary surgeons at easipetcare Chatham are here to bring to you and your pet the best possible veterinary care at the lowest possible price. We have a hugely experienced team, and we would like to introduce you to them.
Head of Practice
Having spent many years as both a veterinary nurse and practice manager, Sam has been delighted to take up the role of Head of Practice at Easipetcare Chatham.
“I look forward to welcoming our clients and patients by way of offering an outstanding service, and hope to meet you all personally very soon.”
Find out more in our Q&A with Sam here.
Chief Operating Woof-icer
Dougal has been easipetcare Chatham’s mascot since the practice opened in 2012.
This cheeky Cavapoo loves to dig up a bone or two but will also smother you with sloppy kisses if he gets the chance!
“I am a veterinary surgeon from Greece. I graduated in 2017 from the English Department of the Veterinary University of Kosice in Slovak Republic. I am very excited to join easipetcare because we make the best team for our pet friends.
My little yorkie Luna feels very happy with us too.”
Find out more in our Q&A with Aik here.
“I am a veterinary surgeon recently arrived from Spain. I graduated in 2017 and all my life I have been keen on small animal medicine. In March of this year, I finished a rotating internship in the Veterinary Hospital of the Catholic University of Valencia (Spain), where I started to have special interest in Emergency and Critical Care. In my free time, I like to do sport and travel.”
“My name is George and I am a Veterinary Surgeon from Greece. I graduated from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2018 and worked in a local small animal veterinary clinic. I decided to relocate in the UK in order to progress my career and my future goal is to specialise in Anaesthesia or Cardiology. I am very dedicated to my job and love being part of our amazing team, which is crucial for providing the best services for our furry friends.”
“I graduated in 2016 in the University of Cordoba in Spain. I was working for 1 year in a first opinion practice in Spain and then I did a rotating internship in Veterinary Hospital of the Catholic University of Valencia (Spain). I decided to move to England to improve my career and to live a new experience.”
“I have been nursing since 1999, and qualified in 2003. I am particularly interested in emergency medicine.
In my spare time, I enjoy photography and walking my Border Terrier Dave.”
Registered Veterinary Nurse
“I am a registered veterinary nurse from the Republic of Ireland. I qualified in veterinary nursing in 2015 and then qualified again in animal behaviour and welfare in 2016. I have worked with a variety of animals including dogs, cats, horses, cattle and sheep and have a keen interest in nutrition. In Ireland I have one dog, one cat and also some poultry.”
Student Veterinary Nurse
“I started my Veterinary nursing diploma in 2017 and have enjoyed every aspect of my training. I have always known I wanted to be an RVN since a young age. I love my job! It’s very rewarding. My favourite part of it is making sure all the patients are as comfortable as possible. At home I enjoy looking after my cat Lola and my three bunnies: Biggie, Willow and Ludo.”
Student Veterinary Nurse
“I am a Student Veterinary Nurse who has always had a passion for working with animals. I have two hamsters, a Syrian called Twinkles and a Dwarf called Noelle, both were rescued. I also have a cockerel called Redd who is 13 years old. I have started my journey in which I hope to achieve my dream of becoming a Registered Veterinary Nurse.”
Registered Veterinary Nurse
“I am a newly Qualified RVN and have enjoyed exploring all types of practice during my training. I have a keen interest in emergency care and hope to one day gain a certificate in this topic! At home all my pets are rescued from previous nursing roles including my most recent adoption of Mr. Fuzzingtons an adorable rabbit with a chronic respiratory disorder, whom I love ensuring has the best quality of life in the limited parameters of his condition.”
“I became part of the easipetcare team in December 2018. I have always wanted to work within a public facing, animal environment. The best part about working for easipetcare is how much each staff member cares and helps every animal that walks through the door.
I am the proud owner of a Jackawawa called Peanut and a horse called Dale.”
“I have been employed as a receptionist at easipetcare since August 2017. It is a very enjoyable role as everyday is different and can be very rewarding!
At home I have a Staffordshire Bull Terrier called Frankie, she is 14 years old but there’s still life in the old girl yet!”
“I have eight years’ experience in the veterinary industry, working in various roles. In my free time I enjoy going to the cinema and walking my dog Casey.”
“I joined the easipetcare team in May 2019 and I could instantly see the whole team’s passion for animals and the care we provide for them. I would call myself a dog lover, this is my friend’s dog Coco who loves the attention I give her, and judging by her face was very happy to be included in this photo shoot!”
“I began working for easipetcare in the summer of 2019. I am animal obsessed and love every 4 legged creature!
I am so passionate about giving pet owners the best information which then helps them to help their furry family member.
At home, me and my partner have 2 shy chunky guinea pigs (Odge and Podge) who are sisters and we have a kitten called Rex who already thinks he’s a lad!”
“I joined Easipetcare in Autumn 2019 and I instantly enjoyed the team environment of this practice. I currently work on reception and would love to progress onto a career in veterinary nursing.
I am a dog lover and have a lovely pug at home named Alby.”
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