Medivet Cheshunt Animal Clinic in Hertfordshire

Cheshunt
01992 621 999

Meet the Medivet Cheshunt Team

Medivet Cheshunt is managed by Veterinary Surgeon, Lindsay Thomas. He is also assisted by Head Veterinary Nurse, Julie Ponder, and a team of nurses and receptionists.

As well as our permanent staff at Cheshunt, we also have a team of mobile staff who work in several Medivet practices across Hertfordshire and surrounding areas. Click here to view a list of mobile staff members who may work at Cheshunt from time to time.

The staff at Cheshunt aim to deliver the highest standards of veterinary care with a personal and caring attitude. We remain dedicated to providing services of the highest standards in a sympathetic, friendly and reassuring manner.

Veterinary Surgeons

Lindsay ThomasLindsay Thomas - Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated in South Africa and worked at a research institute as a Junior Pathologist for a few months before coming to the UK in 2002. It was too cold so I jetted off to Hong Kong for 3 ½ years where I worked like crazy but had the most amazing experiences. I’ve been back in the UK for a while now and have survived the winters so far. I live with my partner and 2 Jack Terriers adopted in Hong Kong and we’re hoping to adopt a cat. I have an interest in surgery but love working up challenging cases. I love working, helping my staff, talking to clients, and I am driven to take the best care of all our patients.

Nursing Team

Julie PonderJulie Ponder - Head Veterinary Nurse

After a couple of years of voluntary work part time in a Veterinary Clinic and Equine Rescue Centre I started full time Nursing in 1983. I have held Head Nurse, Managerial and Clinical Coaching Positions and very much enjoy helping our clients and patients.My hobbies include Wildlife Photographty and Kayaking. I look forward to seeing you at Cheshunt animal Clinic soon.

 

Tarren Rose ArnoldTarren Rose Arnold – Student Veterinary Nurse

I hold a BTEC in Applied Science. Before joining Medivet, I worked as a general assistant at Hobby Craft. I have a special interest in surgery and look forward to learning more about this area of veterinary medicine in practice. In my spare time, I enjoy karate and trampolining. In the future I hope to qualify as a veterinary nurse and continue to study at university to become a veterinary surgeon.

Kim FullerKim Fuller - Student Veterinary Nurse

I have cared for around 13 different species of animal rescues, ranging from small rodents to cats, dogs and quails. I currently have 3 ferrets called Muffin, Demi and Revel, along with three cats and five chickens. I have always wanted to work with animals so I am looking forward to training with Medivet to become a qualified veterinary nurse.

Toni LeDuc - PCA FloatToni LeDuc – Patient Care Assistant

I have a diploma in Animal Management after studying at Writtle College. Before joining Medivet, I worked at Mutts in Distress, a rescue centre as well as at Wormandale Boarding Kennels. I am particularly interested in pet behaviour, health and rescuing pets. I am looking forward to gaining further experience in these areas with Medivet. In my free time I enjoy volunteering at rescue kennels and helping out at a care home.