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Meet the Medivet Radlett Team

Our Medivet Radlett team 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.

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

 

Veterinary Surgeons

Alan HirschowitzAlan Hirschowitz - Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

Shortly after qualifying as a veterinary surgeon at Onderstepoort, University of Pretoria in 1997, I came over to the UK and worked as a permanent locum for a veterinary group. After a year, I joined Medivet. I managed the Medivet practice in Muswell Hill for 5 years, then worked at the Medivet Watford surgery for a year and then joined Medivet Radlett as a Partner in 2004. I have a special interest in rabbits, birds and other small exotics. I have two cats at home and two large fish tanks in which I keep cichlids from Lake Malawi.

Natasha HoNatasha Ho - Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified in 2009 from the RVC, and I enjoy walking my two lurchers and the new addition to the pack - Dobby - a rescue whippet. 

Nursing Team

Laura FouldsLaura Foulds - Practice Co-ordinator *On Maternity Leave*

I grew up in an animal orientated family and kept dogs, rabbits and birds. In October 2000, I accepted a trainee nurse position with Medivet. Starting at Finchley and moving over the years to Enfield, Borehamwood and Muswell Hill surgeries. In February 2005 I became Head Nurse at Radlett and work with a great team of people. My favourite aspects of nursing are general anaesthetics/surgery and I really enjoy working with rabbits. I own a dog called Bess, a rabbit called Freesia and an 18 year old tortoise called Rambo.

Rebecca GibsonRebecca Gibson - Head Veterinary Nurse

I studied my BTEC National diploma in animal management at the College of West Anglia and finished it in 2007. During my second year I started my first job at a zoo. At this stage I wasn't sure what I wanted to do for a job, I just knew it should be with animals! After working at the Parrot Zoo in Lincolnshire, I decided that i'd love a career working with these amazing animals - as well as many others - in a nursing role. I am very much enjoy my role and developing my career with Medivet.

female silhouetteHannah Cooper - Patient Care Assistant

I graduated from the University of Reading with a degree in zoology and am passionate about working with animals. I am looking forward to becoming a registered veterinary nurse here at Medivet. At home I have a three year old Springer Spaniel called Dexter.

Sue FosterSue Foster - Patient Care Assistant

I have been working part-time at Medivet Radlett since December 2004 as a student veterinary nurse. I have attended two animal courses at Oakland’s College, passing the first year with a credit and second year with a distinction. I have also done a pet bereavement course with the Blue Cross. I am particularly interested in rabbits, attending a number of specialist rabbit courses and being a member of the Rabbit Welfare Association. I have three rescue rabbits including a three-legged French Lop Rabbit called “Sweetheart”.

Rhian O'donnellRhian O’Donnell – Patient Care Assistant

I completed my A levels in geography, psychology and philosophy. I qualified from St Albans Girl’s School in the summer of 2014. I am thrilled to have joined Medivet as a patient care assistant. Before joining Medivet, I travelled around South East Asia. In my spare time I enjoy baking, cooking and sports. 

female silhouetteAmanda Roberts – Patient Care Assistant

Before joining Medivet, I was working as a mental health nurse. I wanted a change of career and am excited to start my role at Medivet. At home, I have three dogs; Saxon and Finn (who are Lurchers) and Dobby, who is a Whippet. I also have fish and some ex battery chickens. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, walking and gardening.