Anil Nathan - Veterinary Surgeon
"I qualified from Edinburgh University in 1999 and worked in 3 small animal practices before starting my own practice here in North Weald in January 2004. I enjoy general practice, meeting the clients and their variety of pets. At home I have 2 dogs, 2 cats, 2 guinea pigs, ten sheep and six chickens at the last count!"
Kathryn Lawrenson - Veterinary Surgeon
"I graduated from Bristol University with a veterinary degree with distinction. I enjoy surgery and medicine, particularly dermatology and internal medicine cases such as diagnosing and treating patients with diabetes, hyperthyroidism, Cushing's disease and rare diseases such as Addison's disease. I have a husband (Oscar) which is coincidently the name of the first dog I ever castrated! I love all animals but have a soft spot for border collies as have been rounded up by my own, my parents' and my grandparents' collies since a young age!"
Anne-Lise Fitzgerald - Veterinary Surgeon
"I qualified from Glasgow Vet School in 2005. I then worked in Singapore and Bahrain before coming back to the UK with my Indian street dog. I joined North Weald Vets in 2014 and my special interests are rabbits and behaviour. I have also completed the Chicken Vet course and look forward to seeing a few more two legged patients!
Elisabeth Chappell - Practice Manager
"I qualified in 2004 and started working at North Weald Vets in February 2005. Since then I have really enjoyed working here and gained a very deep interest in Radiography. As part of my daily duties I conduct veterinary nurse training and undertake the role of Practice Manager."
Jassy Barnard - Nurse
"I'm a qualified Nurse since 1998. I started work at North Weald Vets in July 2013 after working in East London for many years. My love for animals and my interest in nutrition brought me to complete the Hills Nutritional Adviser course level 1 & 2. I have 1 son, 1dog, 1 cat and a tortoise!"
Aimee Clark-Walsh - Trainee Nurse
"I am a second year Veterinary Nursing student studying at Writtle College. I own a Shih-Tzu, a Golden Retriever and 7 fish! I was inspired to become a Veterinary Nurse when my dog lost the use of his back legs due to a spinal injury, the care he received helped him walk again."
Jordan - Trainee Nurse
"I left school in summer 2013 and I am now training to become a Veterinary Nurse. I love animals and have grown up around them. I have horses and I enjoy riding them when I can. I feel I am very lucky that I got the opportunity to train in a amazing surgery such as North Weald Vets."
Debra Clark - Receptionist
"I joined the practice in November 2009. As friends and family know, my love of animals is a great one hence having my five beautiful "Royal" cats! Due to my love of horses I studied at Writtle Agricultural College for 3 years, completing an Equine Studies Course. I am here on the phone or in person, to help you with any queries."