The same exemplary standards of care as our main RCVS accredited hospital but closer to home

SunningdaleReceptionboxAt our Sunningdale Practice (on Chobham Road), we work hard to bring you some exceptional care that’s really focused on ensuring your pet is looked after. We are a small practice, but we are confident that we can deliver the kind of health care for your pet that gives them all round protection and preventative support.

We work alongside the main hospital at Runnymede, and that means that we are in a unique position in the local area. You probably know that Runnymede was one of the first hospitals to be given accreditation by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons? We work closely with them, so you get the benefit of a small and friendly practice with us, and access to a cutting edge hospital with Runnymede.

This means that your pet can be transferred quickly if further investigation is required regarding the complaint, or a surgery-based intervention is needed. We share all records with Runnymede, so we have all the information we need on your pet and their requirements if we need to refer them quickly to the hospital.

If we were to describe the experience here at Sunningdale, we would simply say that you have a friendly, small local team that is committed to the health and welfare of your pet.


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Meet the Team

Rachael Hanbury BVSc MRCVS

I graduated Liverpool University in July 2012. I initially did some charity work with the RSPCA and then settled at my first practice in Hertfordshire. I decided to return to my roots in Surrey in 2014 and have been working in this area since, joining the team at Runnymede Hill Veterinary Hospital in 2018. I enjoy all aspects of my job especially meeting the clients and their lovely pets. My particular area of interest is Internal Medicine and I plan to commence a certificate in the near future to award me a higher qualification in this area. Outside of work I am a sociable character enjoying spending time with family and friends. I have three dogs in the family, which I spend a lot of time with and hope to get my own pet soon. I love to travel and recently attended a charity project at Carriacou Animal Hospital in the Caribbean. I also enjoy cooking and keeping myself active.

Andy Wyles BVM&S MRCVS Clinical Director

I qualified from Glasgow Vet School in 1996 and after positions in mixed practice in Suffolk, Yorkshire and South Africa I came to Pets 1st in 2003. I am passionate about the variety of cases we see and enjoy all aspects of medicine and surgery. The 24hr service and the high level of equipment we hold means we can offer our patients the best of care onsite, around the clock. I perform acupuncture regularly to our chronic pain cases and enjoy cytology (looking at samples under the microscope).
I have 2 young children at Manorcroft Primary School where I regularly get roped in to do doing school talks. I live in Egham with my wife Charley (vet nurse) and own cats and keep some backyard chickens who keep us in good supplies of fresh eggs. If time permits I can usually be found running in Windsor Great Park or struggling round a golf course –I’m always open to a challenge from golfing clients!

Antonia Bomba MRCVS

I graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2010 and have worked in various small animal and equine positions in Newcastle, Glasgow and London. I joined the Runnymede Hill Hospital in March 2016 and have enjoyed being part of the team here especially meeting all the clients and getting to know their lovely pets! I…

Olivia Grellier VetMB MA MRCVS

Having qualified from Cambridge Vet School in June 2012, I spent some time volunteering at a dog shelter in Sri Lanka, before settling into a busy small animal practice in South-West London. After 2 years I wanted to gain more experience working in a hospital practice and am very happy and excited to have joined the team here at Runnymede.
I enjoy all aspects of my job, with a particular interest in medicine, and I love the variety that working in this profession brings.
In my spare time I enjoy skiing, rowing, baking, and spending time outdoors.

Alison Smith BVMS MRCVS

Having qualified from the Royal Veterinary college in 2010, I spent 4 years in mixed practice before deciding to dedicate myself to small animal practice. Having just completed a certificate in small animal surgery. wanted to gain more experience working in a hospital practice. I enjoy all aspects of my job, with a particular interest in soft tissue surgery when not at work I can usually be found out riding and competing my Horse Mr Darcey or out walking with my 2 dogs

Dr David McCormick PhD MRCVS Deputy Clinical Manager

Born and brought up in Scotland, I have been a local resident in Egham and Englefield Green since 1998. Having previously worked at the practice for 10 years, I have recently returned to the fold following a period of work with the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (DEFRA). Early on in my career I completed a PhD in Immunology, and retain a clinical interest in the field as it relates to small animal medicine.
Over a longer period in clinical practice I have developed and strengthened my orthopaedic knowledge and enjoy the challenges and rewards with this field.
I have two children and one guinea pig (soon to be two!) and have been a member of Egham Choral Society for 6 years: I like to sing! I still consider myself able to play football, but fear that age is catching up with me!
I look forward to seeing you at the practice.

Sue Klincewicz – Sunningdale Surgery

I have been working at Sunningdale for 2 years as the Receptionist, Married to Mark and have a Son Luke who is 14 then Chops an 8 year old Bichon Shitsu Cross and Topaz a Tortoiseshell cat who is now 15 and came from Millbrook. I have lived in Sunningdale since 1977.

In my previous life I worked for the Perfume Shop as a Buyer as well as working for Harrods and Wedgwood.

I have always been animal mad so this jobs suits me down to the ground. Every day is different and getting to know clients and their pets is the best part of the job.

Kyrstie Bright RVN

I am the consult Nurse, you will find me at both branches Runnymede and Chobham Road.

What I love about my role the most is that I get to know all the lovely clients really well as well as their pets.

I have worked in practice since 2009 and I qualified as an Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2014.

As well as cats and dogs I also have a keen interest in exotics and small furries. I completed an additional qualification- a diploma in the nursing of exotic species in 2016.

In my spare time I volunteer for a local ferret rescue and I have ended up with four rescue ferrets of my own; Wilbur, Martha, Desmond and Oswald.

I Also foster cats for a couple of local charities, this is how I ended up with my cat Buddy, as i just couldnt bring myself to give him away!

Danielle Ives RVN
Kelly Wilkins RVN Branch Manager

I have been nursing since 1998 where I trained in a practice close to my home growing up.
Since qualifying in 2002 I have been in various practices working on my clinical skills and knowledge.
I worked at Pets First Runnymede until 2008 then had a dabble in some emergency work which lead to many years Head Nursing in a practice in Staines. The College of animal welfare recruited me for teaching the next generation of nurses practical skills and preparing them for their exams.
Having moved to Bracknell and having a little girl I have returned to Pets First. Now you will see me at Sunningdale taking care of yours and your pets needs.
At home I have two cats, Maggie who I hand reared and rehomed from Runnymede back in 2008 and the newest edition is Lady Sif (the husband named her!) who we rescued in 2014.
I’m looking forward to meeting all of the lovely Sunningdale clients and their beloved pets.