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As a team, our aim is to deliver the highest standards of comprehensive veterinary care backed by a personal and caring attitude. We are dedicated to providing service of the highest standard in a sympathetic, friendly and reassuring manner.
As well as our permanent staff, 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 staff members you may meet at Whitton from time to time.
Louise Stanley - Partner and Veterinary Surgeon
I qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2005 and worked in a mixed, predominantly small animal, practice for 2 years before taking time out to do a ski season. For the 5 years prior to joining Medivet in 2013, I worked at a busy first opinion practice in both the main centre and as sole charge at one of the branches. I have a particular interest in small animal surgery and have also achieved a General Practitioner's Certificate in small animal practice.
Catherine Wilkinson - Partner and Veterinary Surgeon
I joined Medivet in October 2013 as a branch partner following a number of years working in small animal practices with experience both as a branch vet and within a hospital setting. I graduated from Cambridge University in 2008 and achieved a General Practitioners Certificate in Ophthalmology in 2011. In my spare time I enjoy running, pilates and horse-riding. I live with my husband Andy and our cat Pickle, who is now having to take a back seat since Andy and I welcomed our first child. You’ll find me back in the practice a few days a month navigating the joys of being a working mum! Please drop by and say hello, especially if you’d like advice about having pets and a new baby in the same house.
Taylor Clark - Head Veterinary Nurse
I completed a National Diploma in Animal Management in 2010 and started with Medivet in December of the same year. I have since attended the Medivet training college and qualified as a veterinary nurse. I love to further my skills whenever possible. I own two Whippets called Buster and Luna. In my spare time I enjoy socialising and walking my dogs.
Kerry Cates - Student Veterinary Nurse
After graduating from Kingston University with a degree in dance and drama, I began volunteering for Wildlife Aid. This helped me realise I wanted to be a veterinary nurse, as I had done when I was a child, when I had my own ‘menagerie’ including a chinchilla called Watto! I’m now enrolled at the Medivet College studying to become a RVN, which is very exciting. In my spare time I look after my two house rabbits and have a keen interest in the species. I also love walking with my husband Dan in Richmond Park, where we were recently married.