Hi, I’m Laura and I've been the Veterinary Surgeon here at Kings Hill Vets since November 2016. I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 2007 and I have a post-graduate certificate in Small Animal Surgery and I am an Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery. I have a great interest in surgery, including orthopaedics and dentistry.
Out of work I enjoy travelling (which sometimes incorporates my hobby of riding my motorbike), music festivals, comedy, reading, swimming and cycling. With my husband Mike, we have a cat called Herman who we rescued in 2014.
I look forward to meeting you and your pets!
Hi, I’m Hannah, I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College and have been working as a vet at Mote Park Vets since July 2018. I have a particular interest in emergency and critical care cases.
I have 2 cheeky Jack Russells named Poppy and Ralph who are always up to mischief! I look forward to meeting you and your animals!
Hi my name is Chelsea and have been working as a veterinary nurse for the past 5 years. I started working at Mote Park Vets in October 2010 and transferred over to Kings Hill Vets in October 2014. I currently have 5 cats, 2 of which I rescued from working here at the vets. I have wanted to work as a veterinary nurse since childhood and love that I now have the opportunity to do this every day.Look forward to seeing you and your animals at the practice soon.
Hi, My name's Kirsty!
I joined the Kings Hill Clinic and Team in early April 2019. I have been working within the Veterinary industry as a nurse since May 2017. I have always wanted to work with animals ever since I was very little and I found that the perfect job for me was being a nurse!
I am a massive lover of all types of animals, but I especially love exotics. I currently own 28 different species of Tarantula, 2 species of Snake, a Bosc Monitor, 2 Salcata Tortoises, 2 Spur Thighed Tortoises and 4 Cats! One of which was a stray kitten rescued at just 6 weeks old with a deformed and clubbed foot. I really look forward to chatting and seeing all your animals in the practice soon!