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Sidcup Station Road
020 8300 1581

Meet the Medivet Sidcup Station Road Team

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.

Veterinary Surgeon

Ana Pastor RodriguezAna 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 ParkerPhilip 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.

Nursing Team

Lauren LottLauren 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 WillsGeorgina 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 HurleyBecky 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 HamblinAmy 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.

Reception Team

female silhouetteSandra 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.