Kate qualified from The Royal Veterinary College, London in 1996 and started Veterinary life in a mixed practice in Peterborough.She then worked for a time in Southampton followed by 12 years in a large mixed practice in North Yorkshire where she developed her interests in small animal medicine and surgery. She recentlymoved back to her home town of Huntingdon and is thrilled to be given the exciting opportunity to work at Corby Vets.Kate says "being a vet is as much about the owners as their pets and I hope to be able to deliver a kind compassionate service to all our clients." Outside work Kate is kept busy looking after 2 teenagers, 2 dogs called Milly and Puck and her cheeky shetland pony called Chief. In her spare time she enjoys alking with her partner, Ian and swimming.
Rachel qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2015 and started work in small animals practices in Hertfordshire and then Bedford. Since childhood she has kept a wide range of rodents and exotic pets, and has a particular interest in rabbit and rodent medicine and surgery in addition to dog and cat work. In her spare time, Rachel loves walking in the countryside, birdwatching, gardening and craft. Rachel lives with her husband and rescue Staffy Stanley.
Emma initially joined our nursing team in March 2005 after gaining her qualification in 2004. She returned to the surgery in March 2011 following her second period of maternity leave. Emma’s nursing knowledge and skills make her a very useful addition to our team.
Hayley has joined Corby Veterinary Surgery as a part time Receptionist/Animal Care Assistant. Hayley previously worked in a Dental Practice, however having studied for 3 years to gain her level 2 and level 3 Animal Management qualifications she felt this job would be right for her so jumped at the chance! Out of work Hayley enjoys spending time with her partner & son who was born in June 2015, and also looking after her 2 cats. Hayley has a keen interest in furthering her knowledge and gaining further qualifications in the animal industry, and hopefully one day becoming a veterinary nurse.
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