Louise joined WHVC in September 2009 not long after qualifying as a veterinary nurse. In March 2014 she became Head Veterinary Nurse and started studying for an additional qualification in emergency and critical care nursing which she completed & passed in March 2015.
In June 2015 she went on a volunteer project to Malawi with fellow colleague Lisa Angus to take part in Mission Rabies. She said it was an amazing experience and she hopes to one day participate again in the future. On her return she left WHVC to pursue her love of intensive nursing and anaesthesia and spent 9 months working at Davies Veterinary Specialists. She had a wonderful time and learnt so much however she came back to WHVC in March 2016 as she missed seeing her regular clients and patients.
Whilst at Davies she was inspired by their team of vet anaesthetists so started studying again but this time for the nurses certificate in anaesthesia. She passed her certificate in November 2017. Louise has now become clinical nurse lead and is responsible for monitoring and reviewing clinical standards and mentoring the nursing team in line with her additional qualifications.
Alongside her full time role at WHVC she also manages the WHVC social media pages and organises our practice client evenings.
Louise owns a naughty cocker spaniel called Mr George & a cat called Binky.
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