Registered Veterinary NurseI have been a qualified veterinary nurse for 4 years. I am currently studying for a diploma in veterinary physiotherapy and hoping to take it on as a career once qualified, which should be January 2017. I love all animals especially horses and Labradors. I have a cat called 'Purdy', which I rescued from RVG.
Registered Veterinary NurseHi I'm Lolly, I work part time and I'm a mummy of 2, a boy and girl aged 7 and 3. I've been qualified since 2002 and I have 3 rabbits and a lurcher called Winnie. I enjoy all medical nursing and dealing with all the small furies that come in.
Stuart M Edgill
Practice Director, B. Vet.Med, MRCVSStuart graduated from the Royal Veterinary College. He started working for Riverside Veterinary Group in 1982 as an Assistant - he is now the director of 5 practices within the group. He has connections with Madagascar and carries out charity work, and he also works with a Lemur Reserve. Needless to say Bijou, his daughter's Silver Tabby enjoys VIP veterinary care....or there would be trouble!
Sabrina Jade Ramsey
Veterinary Surgeon Bsc BVSc MRCVSI graduated from the university of Liverpool in 2014. After graduation I volunteered for small animal charity hospitals within London. I joined Riverside in 2015 and really enjoy it. I like all aspects of working in a practice, but particularly enjoy small animal internal medicine. I currently do not have any pets but hope to get a rescue cat very soon.
Practice ManagerTina joined Riverside Veterinary Group not long after the practice opened many years ago. For 26 years she worked as a Veterinary Nurse then moved into management 10 years ago. Tina owns two elderly, very naughty dogs, Meg and Mike and two cats Frank and Dennis; they are all rescued pets. She also has three ex battery chickens and two posh ones.
Process Administrator, Registered Veterinary Nurse CC CSQPJulie started working at Riverside in 2001 and is the Liaison Officer for Riverside and associated practices. Julie gained her qualification as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2005. She is also a clinical coach and enjoys teaching the profession to future nurses. Julie also enjoys the administration side of the business and making lists. She owns a Jack Russell called Eddy.
Group Head Nurse, RVN, N Cert ATCC 2012 Clinical CoachJennie has been at Riverside Veterinary Group since 2003. Jennie qualified in 2008. She owns Colin and Clive the tortoises and Poppy a Yorkshire terrier all of whom were rescued via Riverside Veterinary Group. Jennie has an interested in anaesthesia, exotics and emergency surgery. Jennie studied hard to achieve her advance anaesthesia qualification. Jennie is also the Head Nurse at the Corringham practice and is a clinical coach training all those wannabe nurses.
Registered Veterinary Nurse, Pet Health CounsellorKerry started working at Riverside Veterinary Group in 2014 as the Weekend Nurse. She owns a tabby cat called Dennis. Kerry loves all aspects of her job but has a keen interest in hydrotherapy, preventative nursing clinics and post operative care
Registered Veterinary NurseLeanne Started working in 2006 for Riverside Veterinary Group. Leanne gained her Registered nurse qualification in 2012. She owns a re-homed cat called Marvin who is the love of her life. Leanne loves all aspects of her chosen career but has a keen interest in feline care.
Receptionist NVQ L2Dawn came to Riverside in 2006. She owns Sophie the cat, rescued from Riverside Veterinary Group. Dawn enjoys all aspects of reception duties, meeting the clients and their lovely pets.