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Louise (RVN): Head Nurse

Louise joined Blackheath vets in September 2016. She is a registered and fully qualified veterinary nurse who enjoys going to the gym and dog walking in her spare time. 

She has a gorgeous Ragdoll cat who is called Barry White (as he is all White in colour).

Louise is a dedicated and caring nurse who is passionate about animals and their care.

Alice: Registered Veterinary Nurse

Alice joined us in May 2018. She is a fully qualified veterinary nurse and has worked in practice for nearly 8 years.

She previously worked in a veterinary hospital where she gained her Diploma in Canine Hydrotherapy and she has a keen interest in rehabilitation and is currently studying veterinary physiotherapy.

Alice has a soft spot for the geriatric patients and will be starting a golden oldies clinic for advice and support for your pets soon. 

She lives with her two terriers and enjoys running, walking the dogs and socialising with friends.

Ellen: Student Nurse

Ellen has had previous experience volunteering at Celia Hammond Cat Rescue where she spent lots of time caring for the cats, which she thoroughly enjoyed. 

In September 2016 Ellen officially became a Student Veterinary Nurse by starting her nursing course and attends college one day a week, as well as continuing to work at the clinic. Ellen is thoroughly enjoying studying nursing and is looking forward to qualifying in a couple of years. She loves animals and has a pet Labrador Retriever called Harley and a Dutch rabbit called Bunnykins. 

In her spare time she really enjoys the culinary delights of baking, walking her dog, watching films, going to concerts and spending lots of quality time with family and friends.

Riai: Veterinary Care Assistant

Riai joined us here at The Animal Clinic in May 2016. She has previously worked and studied in the Equine Industry. Upon leaving University, she accepted a placement working in a Veterinary Hospital in Maidstone, where she gained experience in an out of hours practice, dealing with hospitalised patients. 

She accepted her position here as a Veterinary Care Assistant to gain further experience with Small Animals and expand on her knowledge and skills required for the industry. 

She eventually hopes undertake further studying to become a Registered Veterinary Nurse

Kayleigh: Veterinary Care Assistant

Kayleigh began as a veterinary care assistant in 2015. She then went on to work in an out of hours clinic where she could develop her skills with hospitalised and critical patients.

She started working here at the Animal Clinic in January 2017 so she could further her skills with small animals. 

In her free time she can be found in the park with her two Jack Russell's, pictured, or looking after her two cats. She also loves going to gigs and hanging out with her friends.

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