Staff News

Our team is growing. Meet our new Student Nurse Bex Mclean and Vet, Viktoria Tsari MRCVS.


Bex Mclean SVN

Staff pictures are always fun. Meet our new student nurse Becca. Becca is our newest member of our nursing team. One of her first challenges was to take the perfect picture with Betty. Betty had other ideas. 🐾🐾

Viktoria Tsari MRCVS
Here is the briefing qualified at Aristotle University in Thessaloniki in 2012 and enjoy all aspects of veterinary medicine with a particular interest in soft tissue surgery. I have worked as a veterinary surgeon in Greece and the United Kingdom for the past 4 years. I have been a member of Runnymede Hill Hospital since November 2017 and I have been very excited working in a hospital environment.I love volunteering work and hope some day I can devote some time to volunteer for the wildlife out there. I have an adorable rescue dog called Bad and enjoy the company of two rescue budgie named Euthie and Daffodil. In my spare time I love travelling, cooking different types of cuisines and listening to all kinds of music!

kirsty-cat-friendlyRochinne Butler SVN

To follow…

kirsty-cat-friendlyAlison 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.

kirsty-cat-friendlyAntonia 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 enjoy all aspects of the job both medical and surgical and the challenges each day brings.

When not at work I can often be found running around Windsor Park, socialising with friends or booking my next holiday! I love to travel and try to combine it with voluntary vet work when I can.

kirsty-cat-friendlyKirsty

Congratulations Kirsty for being awarded a certificate with distinction in Feline Friendly Nursing. Kirsty will now be studying towards her diploma in Feline Nursing.

We are a gold level cat friendly clinic, what does that mean for you and your cat?

An ISFM Cat Friendly Clinic gives you peace of mind and reassurance, letting you know that:

  • The clinic has achieved certain minimum accreditation standards
  • The clinic and clinic staff have thought about the specific needs of cats
  • The staff will be happy to talk with you, show you what they do, and show you around the clinic

For more information click here.

Register Your Pet

If you would like to register your pet, or to speak to a member of our friendly team, please feel welcome to visit us or call (01784) 436367.
We look forward to meeting you and your pet soon.