Your Chatham Team

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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.

Our Head of Practice

Samuel HallSamuel Hall

Having spent many years as both a veterinary nurse and practice manager, I am thrilled to accept 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.

Our Vets

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Graziana

“I graduated in Italy in 2015 and then in December 2016 I arrived in the UK to pursue my dream of becoming a vet surgeon.  I have dreamt of becoming a vet since the age of 3!! And in the future I hope to become a specialist in orthopaedic’s.

At home in Italy I have a GSD X called Lucky who I visit often, and here in the UK I have a cat called Grumbly whom I adopted through easipetcare”

Find out more in our Q&A with Graziana here.

Vito

“I qualified in 2013 in my home country of Sicily.  I have completed a PhD in Veterinary Clinical Science and I am particularly interested in Feline Medicine and infectious diseases.  I am living in the UK with my border collie Eva who is now a permanent part of the easipetcare family!”

Find out more in our Q&A with Vito here.

Aik

“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.

vets in ChathamHector

“I graduated from the University of León in July 2018. I particularly love exotic animals and one day I aspire to become a specialist in soft tissues surgery.

I recently adopted Brex from easipetcare, a Golden Retriever puppy. She is very friendly but a little bit of a disaster at times!”

Find out more in our Q&A with Hector here.

Our Nurses

The easipetcare nurses are all qualified Registered Veterinary Nurses whose names are on the Register of Veterinary Nurses, maintained by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.

easipetcare RVNs are trained and able to carry out all procedures within Schedule 3 to the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966.
Most important of all is that our nurses are truly dedicated and passionate about pet care and we honestly believe that you and your pet will just love them.

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Katherine – Head Nurse

“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.”

Carly  – Animal Nursing Assistant

“From a young age I have always wanted to work with animals, so this is my absolute dream job!

The tortoise in my profile picture is called Mindy and I adopted her through easipetcare.  She is inseparable with my new kitten Paddy and they can be regularly seen eating and playing together.”

Louisa  – Animal Nursing Assistant

“I have been employed as an ANA at easipetcare since March 2018.  I absolutely love my role within the practice as it is very rewarding.

At home I currently have a bishon frise called Luna who can be very cheeky at times!”

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“Following 2 years studying animal management at college this is my first job in the animal care industry and I love it!!

A big ‘dog lady’ I am the proud owner of 6 pooches – 3 Chihuahuas (Eddie, Lexi and Binky), a Westie (Dolly), a Westie x Bishon (Alfie) and a Jack-Russel x called Dixie!

Our Talented Receptionists

Chatham vetsCharlie

“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.”

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Joan

“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.”

Simon

“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!”

Kirsty

“I have worked for easipetcare for just over a year now as a receptionist and I honestly love it; I get to see all the amazing animals walk through the door with smiles on their faces!

I also have a bunny myself at home and I absolutely adore him!”

veterinary practice careersAnita

“I started working in small animal veterinary clinics over 16 years ago after I finished studying an animal management course at Hadlow College.  While working in different practices I have had different roles as I have work as a Veterinary Nurse Assistant and Receptionist. I joined EPC back in September 2016 and really enjoy what I do and find it very rewarding.

At home, I have a crazy Cocker Spaniel called Buddy, and a cat we call Mr Binx.”