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Meet the Medivet Enfield 24 Hour Hospital Team

Medivet Enfield 24 Hour Hospital is managed by Veterinary Surgeons Carli Bentley and Kelly Lawless. They are also assisted by Head Nurse, Anna D'Souza, and a team of nurses and receptionists.

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

The staff at Enfield 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

Carli BentleyCarli Bentley - Branch Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from Bristol University in 2009 and started working at Medivet Enfield in November 2010. Since then, I have become branch partner and completed my Internal Medicine Certificate. I have a keen interest in abdominal ultrasonography. I live with 2 cats called Pig and Hilda; a domestic moggy and a super high maintenance Sphinx!

Kelly LawlessKelly Lawless - Branch Partner and Veterinary Surgeon  

I started working for Medivet in August 2010 as a floating vet after I graduated at the Royal Veterinary College. I became a partner at the Enfield hospital in 2013. I am currently studying for a certificate in small animal surgery, but also have a particular interest in exotic animal medicine. I share my home with 2 lovely rescue cats, Lucy and John, and like the rest of the team here I am cat mad! 

Joe WyattJoe Wyatt – Veterinary Surgeon

I studied at the University of Cambridge and obtained my MA VetMB in 2008. I also completed my post-graduate Certificate in Small Animal Surgery in 2014. Prior to joining Medivet, I was the senior vet at PDSA Basildon & Southend on Sea Pet Hospital. My special area of interest is orthopaedics. At home, I have two short-haired cats called Wiggins and Flo, and a whippet called Neil. Outside of work, I love to go camping.

Jose ChecaIńaki Prado Checa ­– Night Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified as a veterinary surgeon and graduated from the University of León (Spain) in 2013. I gained clinical experience at a busy SA hospital in my home town and also completed a rotating internship through the University of León. After I moved to the UK, prior to joining Medivet, I spent several months working in Norfolk. I have a keen interest in internal medicine (particularly cardiology), emergencies, laboratorial analysis and ultrasonography. When I am not at work I enjoy sports, travelling and playing the guitar! 

Giulia GothGiulia Toth – Night Veterinary Surgeon 

I qualified as a veterinary surgeon in 2013 and graduated from the University of Bologna, in Italy. Before joining Medivet, I spent three months at a clinic for exotic pets in Rome and another three months in the veterinary department at Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago. After these internships, I was selected for a small animals rotating internship at a referral centre in Novara for one year.  I am particularly interested in exotic pets and surgery. At home, I have a Westie named Penelope. In my spare time, I train as a long distance runner and enjoy studying foreign languages. At the moment, I am learning Japanese. 

Jessica FleetJessica Fleet – Resident Veterinary Surgeon

I hold a degree in Bio-veterinary Sciences in 2012, and Veterinary Medicine in 2016 from The Royal Veterinary College. Before Medivet I focused on my studies, studying at both college and university. I enjoy emergency critical care and hope to continue developing this whilst in practice. At home, I have a Shih Tzu called Charlie, a bearded dragon called Tango and a large amazon aquarium with lots of discus and Angle fish. Outside of work, I enjoy taking my dog for walks through Lea Valley Park and I play rugby for Cuffley Women’s Rugby Team. 

Hannah LipscombHannah Lipscomb – Resident Veterinary Surgeon

I obtained my BVetMed in July 2016 from the Royal Veterinary College. After completing my A-levels, I took a gap year and qualified as a yoga teacher. I then went to vet school and fulfilled my ambition of becoming a vet. My special interests lie within diagnostic imaging, especially ultrasonography. At home I have an English Springer Spaniel named Holly who loves chasing squirrels! Outside of work I enjoy running, swimming, cooking and most of all walking in the woods with my doggy!

Nursing Team 

Anna D'SouzaAnna D'Souza - Head Veterinary Nurse

I started veterinary nursing in 2005 and came to Medivet Enfield as a student nurse in 2008. When I qualified in 2010 with a first class honours degree in veterinary nursing. I worked briefly as the night nurse, before becoming the Head Veterinary Nurse. I have always had a passion with working with animals, especially cats and have a cheeky two cats called C.C. I have an interest in feline behaviour and enjoy teaching our student nurses in our training practice

Sophie LawrenceSophie Lawrence - Deputy Head Veterinary Nurse

My veterinary career began when I joined Medivet in 2008, I later completed my studies and qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2012. My passion is nursing, I could not imagine living my life any other way. I am currently undertaking my advanced veterinary nursing certificate, which despite the difficulty is an excellent way to progress and support my clinic. I have a particular interest in emergency and critical care. Like any veterinary nurse knows it's impossible not to take your work home with you, I hand reared two kittens delivered via caesarian section and after becoming their surrogate mummy (bottle feeding every 2 hours), they have not left my side since. The other loves in my life are my two dogs, Sadie the doberman and Sweep the Cocker Spaniel.

Seana MorrisSeana Morris – Veterinary Nurse

I have obtained my advanced FETAC level 6 Veterinary Nursing Certificate from St Johns Central College in Cork, Ireland. Before joining Medivet, I worked in Dunnes as a retail assistant. Back in my hometown Letterkenny I have two feisty little Jack Russel’s names Tara and Buddy whom I miss dearly. Outside of work I love to travel and explore new places.

Emma DisleyEmma Disley - Student Veterinary Nurse

I studied for a diploma in animal management at Capel Manor College and then worked at Tesco for 7 years, before joining Medivet in March 2014. I have done a range of work experience at zoos, vets and kennels. I hope to become a qualified vet nurse in the future.

Kathy RighelatoKathy Righelato - Veterinary Nurse (Part-time)

I am a qualified veterinary nurse and have worked part-time at this surgery for the past 6 years. I have been with Medivet for 1 year. I chose veterinary nursing as a career because I have always had a keen interest in caring for animals and the medical field. I am interested in pet nutrition, animal behaviour and dog training. I will be helping to run the weight and dental clinics. My pets include my dog, 'Lucky', 2 budgies and a tortoise. 

female silhouetteJade Kemp - Night Student Veterinary Nurse

With my GCSE's and A-levels done, I was off to university to study Philosophy. Unfortunately, this ended up playing second fiddle to my love of animals! So, after my first year I decided that I wanted to pursue my dream of working with animals. What better place than Medivet to fulfil that dream? I hope to meet new people, make new friends (both furry and non-furry!) and be a part of a team that takes care of the well-being of peoples' pets! I am cat crazy and think I will have to forcibly stop myself from becoming a cat lady!

Nicole BottomleyNicole Bottomley - Student Night Veterinary Nurse

I had been working for Medivet on a voluntary basis for 7 months before starting a paid role in December 2012. At home I have an 8 month old Cocker Spaniel, a black cat and 2 guinea pigs. I'm looking forward to training to become a qualified veterinary nurse and working with a great team.

Abigail CichoszAbigail Cichosz – Patient Care Assistant

I was all set, packed and ready to study History at university…and then I realised that wasn't the right career path for me at all. So I decided to turn my life upside down and start again to persue my dreams in the veterinary world in hope that one day I can become a qualified vet nurse, and continue to help those furry, and not so furry, friends in need! At home I have two very hyper German Shepherds (Serenity and Ellijah) and four very attention seeking cats (Dave, Willow, Zechariah and Charlotte).

Rebecca UreRebecca Ure – Patient Care Assistant

I have completed a general animal care course. Before joining Medivet, I was involved with the horse racing industry, training up horses before they raced. At home I have a Jack Russel X Staff called Poppy, a Dachshund X Collie called Tiny, a Staff called Wyni, and a cat called Noodle. Outside of work I enjoy going to gym and taking my dog Poppy to agility classes.

Robyn GrangeRobyn Grange – Patient Care Assistant

I have a degree and am currently studying for my A Level in Biology. I am particularly interested in orthopaedic surgery. My family always had Irish Red Setters while I was growing up; I hope to have a Cockerpoo in the future. In my spare time I love walking my friend’s dog called Betsy – we go out for hours walking in the forest!

Reception Team

Gail BaldwinGail Baldwin - Head Client Care Assistant

I began working at Medivet Enfield in December 2013 after being in the photographic industry for 30 years. I am enjoying my new career and I am lucky to have a great team around me.

Theresa CoxTheresa Cox - Client Care Assistant

I joined the A120 5 years ago as the afternoon Receptionist, after a long career as a Receptionist with the Department of Environment & Transport for 13 years, I then joined Enfield. The reward is so great and very hands on, I love it. I have a Lilac Burmese cat who is so spoilt and rules us all, she is called Lyla Cat and is 5 years old and my baby.

Hannah Morton - CCAHannah Morton - Client Care Assistant

I studied Music at University, and then went on to work in the Photography industry for 15 years. I then trained and qualified as a Cosmetic Tattooist before joining Medivet as a Client Care Assistant which is a completely new but exciting experience.

Stacey HarrisStacey Harris – Client Care Assistant 

Before joining Medivet, I worked as a receptionist for four years in a GP surgery. I love fulfilling client’s needs and offering help where I can. At home, I have a rabbit, a cat and a snake, and my partner has a dog. In my spare time, I enjoy watching hockey, shopping, reading, going for long walks in the woods with the dog and watching films. 

Nicky SavvaNicky Savva – Client Care Assistant

I joined the Enfield reception team in 2014, I have always worked in admin/finance and I am qualified as a Reflexologist. After taking time out to raise my 2 wonderful children, I then decided I wanted to go back to part-time work. I really enjoy working at Medivet and getting to meet clients and their pets! At home I have a cute budgie called Bluebell.

Support Team

David - CircleDavid Abratt - Senior Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

I grew up in South Africa surrounded by many pets and always wanted to be a vet as far back as I can remember. After qualifying I worked in a variety of small animal practices both in South Africa and the UK before joining Medivet Kingsbury in 2007.  Now I also help manage Medivet Dalston and Enfield. My veterinary interests include minimally invasive veterinary diagnostics and treatment such as ultrasound, endoscopy and laparoscopy (keyhole surgery). I met my wife Caroline in the UK and have 2 young daughters, a Boston terrier named Zak and a bearded dragon named Valentine.

Sarah GilcreestSarah Gilcreest - Enfield Area Manager

I have been working at Medivet since March 2003, aged 17. I originally started as a patient care assistant, and remained in practice for 11 years before joining the Support Centre as Watford’s assistant area manager. Since January 2016, I have been working as the Enfield area manager which I am really enjoying. At home we have 2 gorgeous cats Abbie and Millie who we adore.