Sidcup Station Road
020 8300 1581
The staff at Medivet Sidcup Station Road aim to deliver the highest standards of veterinary care backed up by a personal and caring attitude to both owners and patients. We look forward to meeting you and your pets soon.
Ana Pastor Rodriguez – Veterinary Surgeon
I studied in Spain and I qualified as a veterinary surgeon in July 2014. Before joining Medivet, I worked in West Yorkshire for a few months. I am particularly interested in soft tissue surgery. At home, I have a cat called Deacon. Outside of work, I enjoy travelling and attending music concerts.
Philip Parker – Veterinary Surgeon
I have achieved BSc Zoology from Nottingham University, as well as a BVetMed MRCVS from the Royal Veterinary College in 1980. I am also a member of the Royal Society of Biology and I’m a chartered biologist. Prior to joining with Medivet, I owned and managed Sidcup Veterinary Centre. Outside of work I enjoy travelling and computing.
Lauren Lott – Head Veterinary Nurse
I qualified in 2007 from Plumpton College. I have a City & Guilds qualification in Small Animal Nutrition and in Nursing Exotic Species. Before joining Medivet, I originally started working in the equine field and then moved into Small Animal practice. I have locumed at charity, referral and specialist hospitals in MRI and emergency care. I have also been on placement at London Zoo and a game reserve in South Africa. At home, I have a miniature Dachshund called Doodles and a British Shorthair Cross rescue cat called Salem. Outside of work, I enjoy going to country shows, gardening, horse riding and dog walking.
Georgina Wills – Veterinary Nurse
I qualified as a veterinary nurse in April 2016 and studied at the College of Animal Welfare. Before joining Medivet, I completed an Animal Management Course at Plumpton College and did work experience in a veterinary practice. I love caring for our in-patients and am really keen to further my knowledge in neurological and orthopaedic nursing. At home, I have a Domestic Shorthair Tabby cat called Poppy who loves cuddles! Outside of work, I enjoy socialising with friends and spending time with family.
Becky Hurley – Student Veterinary Nurse
I have received a national diploma in animal management and I am due to qualify as a veterinary nurse summer 2016. I have always worked with animals and really enjoy my job. My favourite areas of nursing are dentistry, physiotherapy and hydrotherapy. I also enjoy caring for injured wildlife brought into the surgery, and then rehabilitate them at home before their release. At home I have a Staffordshire bullterrier cross called Arthur who I rescued in 2012 and a chicken called Valery.
Amy Hamblin – Student Veterinary Nurse
I obtained my Diploma in Animal Management from Hadlow College in 2015. Before working at Medivet, I was studying for my diploma as well as working part-time at Spec Savers. I am really interested in physiotherapy in animals. At home, I have two dogs (a Border Collie Cross called Mya and an Pomchi called Lily) and a rabbit called Lottie. In my spare time, I enjoy shopping, walking the dogs and spending time with my friends and family.
Sandra Preece – Client Care Assistant
I really enjoy working as a veterinary receptionist and love using my knowledge gained from years of experience working here to give clients advice. At home, I have a miniature Schnauzer called Guy who I rescued in 2014; he has become an excellent addition to our family. In my spare time I enjoy dog walking, sports, gardening and doing lots of crafty things.