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Medivet Hayes is managed by veterinary surgeon, Tahir Latif, assisted by a team of nurses and receptionists.
As well as our permanent staff at Hayes, we also have a team of mobile staff who work in several Medivet practices across Middlesex and surrounding areas. Click here to view a list of mobile staff members who may work at Hayes from time to time.
The staff at Hayes 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.
Tahir Latif - Partner and Veterinary Surgeon
When I came to the UK, I was driven with a passion to renew my clinical skills and relaunch my career in the small animal sector. I started working for Medivet in August 2007, as an Assistant Veterinary Surgeon. Very quickly I was convinced that Medivet was a forward thinking, professional group. A group which supported their Veterinary Surgeons and put the clients' needs first. I am now a partner with Medivet and hope to enjoy a long successful career serving the clients of Hayes and the surrounding areas.
Pippa Wheeler - Head Veterinary Nurse
I started with Medivet in May 2002 as a South West mobile PCA and gained a position at our Battersea clinic in March 2003. Whilst there I studied and qualified as a veterinary nurse and became Head nurse at Medivet Battersea. I then left to become Head Nurse at the Hayes branch in August 2008 and qualified as a nursing assessor and a clinical coach before leaving to become part of the team at Medivet Langley in June 2011. In 2014 I returned to Medivet Hayes as Head Nurse again. I have a Bengal cat called Bubble, and we currently live with my partner near Slough. Outside of work I am a member of Rotary and enjoy doing social, community and fundraising work on a local, national and international level!
Hollie Edmunds – Student Veterinary Nurse
I started with Medivet September 2013 as a South West mobile PCA and gained a position at our Hayes practice in October 2015. I am currently studying at the Medivet Training College to gain my veterinary nursing qualification. I have worked with animals throughout my life, working with the RSPCA in Australia and in game reserves in South Africa. I recently adopted a stray cat brought into the practice called Binx, and also have a dog called Sadie at home.