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Meet the Team

Russell Davies MRCVS - Veterinary Surgeon

Russell joined the practice in 1993 and has a special interest in small animal medicine and surgery.  Previously Russell worked in various practices in the UK and in Australia.  Outside of work Russell enjoys going to the theatre, foreign travel and swimming.

Emily Lambourn DVM MRCVS - Veterinary Surgeon

Emily qualified from St. George's University, Grenada in 2006 and gained MRCVS accreditation in 2007.  She started work in a mixed practice in Wales and then moved back to Surrey in 2009 as she had decided to concentrate on small animals and worked in practice near Gatwick.  Emily initially joined this practice in 2011 but had a break from work in 2012 to have children.  She was very pleased to rejoin the team in June 2014 and is really enjoying being back at work.  Emily enjoys spending time with with her family and her two rescue cats Fiona and Trevor.

 

Emily Fisher Registered Veterinary Nurse- Senior Veterinary Nurse

Emily joined the practice in 2005.  After finishing a history degree at university Emily decided that her true vocation lay in veterinary nursing.  Outside of work Emily owns three Border Collies called Bernie, Bailey and Tara and two cats called Ruby and Mouse.  Emily enjoys socialising with friends and spending time with family

Katy Spicknell - Student Veterinary Nurse

Katy joined the practice straight from school and completed an Animal Management course at Bromley College whilst working part time.  Katy owns a Rottweiler cross called Tipsy and a German Shepherd called Ted and enjoys overseas travel and socialising with friends.

 

Julia Graveney - Animal Nursing Assistant

Julia has been with the practice since 1985 having joined straight from school.  Julia has owned various pets over the years including dogs, cats, rabbits and hamsters and currently has one crossbred rescue dog.  Outside of work Julia enjoys long country walks with the dog and her family.

Georgia Gosling - Animal Nursing Assistant

Georgia joined the Croydon branch in December 2014 after training as a ward assistant at the Stone Lion Veterinary Hospital in Wimbledon. She completed an animal management  course at Nescot College and is currently waiting to start the Veterinary Care Assistant course in June 2015.

Georgia has a Westie called Lily Rose, a kitten called Jenson and two rabbits called Millie and Molly.

After studying A Level photography, Georgia likes to take pictures in her spare time.