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Meet the team

Bri, Practice Manager

Bri joins our accomplished management team with no less than 7 years experience in the veterinary field, counting three as a Practice Manager running a busy hospital site in her native Australia. 

Bri's interests include some exciting travel where her visiting tally currently stands at 34 and counting. Outside of the surgery environment Bri likes to get competitive on the football pitch and since arriving in the UK has joined the South London Women's FC (you may see her in training if you walk your pets on Clapham Common!).

Back home Bri has one cat, creatively named Kitty, and a precious little canine boy, Billy who is a 6 year old Maltese x Shih Tsu. Now settling in the UK, Bri is already on the hunt for a furry friend to welcome her home at the end of her day.

Bianca, Veterinary Surgeon

Bianca is a small animal vet originally from Southampton. After graduating from the Royal Veterinary College she spent a year abroad working on charity projects in Africa, and the Galapagos where she neutered lots of cats and dogs and vaccinated animals against rabies. 

Bianca joined us here at Croydon Vets in early 2018. 

Bianca enjoys all elements of her work but she has a special interest is soft tissue surgery. 

In her spare time she likes to keep fit, socialise with friends and travel.

David, Veterinary Surgeon

David graduated from the University of Liverpool and has spent the last year working in a busy small animal practice in London.  

Priding himself on excellent patient care and with a first class customer service approach, David thoroughly enjoys working up medical cases using a range of diagnostic equipment to help treat your pet. 

David enjoys investigating complex medical cases and is a confident soft tissue surgeon. His future aim is to complete a certificate in diagnostic imaging and David is currently studying to be able to issue your pets with a passport and complete export documents.

When not in surgery, David likes to travel (Vietnam and New York) and play tennis, he also ran the London Marathon in 2017. Next year there’ll be no stopping him, it’s the Paris Marathon 2018! 

At home David has an adopted adorable geriatric feline called Jasper, who has no teeth but still gives out an awful lot of love.

Francesca, Veterinary Surgeon

Francesca joined our permanent South London Vet Team in 2017 after a very promising career journey so far. 

Qualifying in 2013 from Bologna, Italy, when Francesca first arrived in the UK she was an intern at an extremely popular referral centre, before moving on to practice in a multi vet surgery in Berkshire until 2016.

Francesca's role with us helps to satisfy her talent and enthusiasm for soft tissue surgery and she also has a keen interest in oncology surgery as well as general medicine.

Being a huge small animal fan, she has a much loved 11 year old crossbreed called Jack.

When not in surgery Francesca likes abstract painting, dancing and surfing in her favourite location, Portugal!

Raffaele, Veterinary Surgeon

Raffaele graduated vet school in Italy, but he has been working all over the UK for the past 5 years.You may notice he is a familiar face as he has worked with us in the past.

He has a very keen interest in internal medicine, and has lots of experience with animals both large and small!

Raff loves to drink coffee so if you would like to drop by with your pets to say hello and share a coffee with us then please do.

Jemma, Registered Veterinary Nurse

Jemma has always wanted to work with animals so when she qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2011 she fulfilled her lifelong dream and passion. She has always worked in small animal practices and has also done some charity neutering programmes abroad in Greece and Croatia. Emergency, critical care and surgery are Jemma's favourite parts of nursing, and she enjoys running nurse clinics. 

Jemma has two dogs of her own, Mollie who is a Yorkshire terrier and Monty who is a dachshund cross and was rescued from Greece when she was on one of her neutering programmes. She fell in love with him and had to bring him back to the UK. 

In her spare time she enjoys running, travelling , socialising and watching football.

Amy, Veterinary Receptionist

Amy has been working as a receptionist/nurse assistant in the veterinary industry since September 2015.  Amy hope to continue developing her skills in the veterinary world and one day qualify as a vet nurse. 

Amy has two dogs at home a black German Sheppard called Blade and a miniature Yorkshire terrier called Lilly. 

In her spare time she enjoys taking her two lovely dogs on long walks with her husband.

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