Nursing Team

Mandy Pitt RVN – Head Nurse

From a very young age Mandy wanted to work with animals and so was delighted to get her first job in 1999 working at a big animal hospital where she stayed for five years. She completed all her training and became a qualified nurse in 2003. After this she worked in a charity clinic in London for three years followed by a further six years experience gained across three other practices before joining us at Wingrave in January 2015.

Mandy loves all aspects of her job, but particularly enjoys Nurse clinics, working in theatre and helping care for our in-patients in ward following operations and procedures – particularly those needing a lot of medical nursing care and TLC.

She uses her skills as a clinical coach to help our student nurses with their college work as well as developing their practical skills.

After working with us for a year, Mandy welcomed the opportunity to take on the role of Head Nurse at the practice. She enjoys the extra responsibilities to help with the day to day running of the practice whilst providing the best client and patient service and care possible.

In her spare time, Mandy likes to help and support the local Bobtail’s Rabbit & Guinea Pig Rescue. So much so that she adopted two of their Guinea Pigs; Edgar and Prudence

Jenny Bastin RVN

Like so many nurses, Jenny always wanted to work with animals and grew up with cats in the household. Jenny initially started work and her training at another practice before joining us here at Wingrave in March 1995. She finished college and passed all her exams and was really pleased to qualify in 2000.

Jenny took a five year break and returned to work with us part-time in March 1995. Her working week has often changed as she has always been happy to help cover student college days and also holiday and course work leave for other nurses and receptionists. From Autumn 2015 Jenny will be working with us four days a week.

Jenny, like Amy, has a wealth of experience and with her special interest in the care of cats she will often be found helping owners with their care at home, She enjoys all aspects of veterinary nursing, training student nurses and nurse clinics.

Jenny has an elderly cat called Alice and a few fish.

Rebecca Lane RVN

Rebecca joined Wingrave in July 2013 having completed her extended diploma in Animal Management at Nescot college, Ewell. Rebecca began studies to become a qualified nurse in September 2014.

Apart from being part of such a great team, Rebecca loves spending time with patients and getting to learn about their individual personalities and characters, whilst caring and nursing them back to health.

At home, Rebecca has her hands full with two young and very excitable miniature Schnauzers who get into no end of mischief!

Student Nurses:

Emma Leone

Emma joined us at Wingrave having studied Animal Management Level 2 and Animal Care Level 3 at Nescot for three years – passing with triple distinction!

Emma always dreamed of being a veterinary nurse for as long as she can remember and was delighted to be offered a training position with us.

She has two Jack Russell dogs called Lilly and Charlie – they are both a handful and are always playing together. Emma also has a cat called Kitty who is getting a little older and so fortunately does not catch quite as many mice these days!

Kerry Fowler

Kerry joined Wingrave having passed her Animal Management Level 3 course at Nescot with triple distinction!

She has always been passionate about working with animals, helping to nurse and care for them. Kerry undertook two years work experience at Riverside Animal Centre where she helped care for the cats, kittens, rabbits and guinea pigs. Having always wanted a career in veterinary nursing, she was pleased to gain a training position with us.

Kerry has a young cat called Oscar and a cat called Tigger, a stray who came to stay. She also has a rabbit called Domino and Gilbert the guinea pig!

Laura Brind

Laura was really pleased to join the Wingrave team in August 2015, in order to fulfill her dream of wanting to work with animals. She has been helping as a volunteer with animal since 2011, including three years at Dean City Farm as well as once a week here at Wingrave since August 2013.

At home she continues her passion for looking after animals, by caring for her pet Gecco called Blaze.

Charlotte Noonan PCA

Charlotte joined the team here at Wingrave in March 2016. She previously worked in Ewell for three years before deciding she wanted to change to work with animals and so was very pleased to accept a position with us.

Charlotte loved working as a receptionist and meeting all the owners and listening to their stories whilst making a fuss of their pets. Charlotte has now changed roles to become a Patient Care Assistant, she now helps the nurses with caring for inpatients in the wards, during operations and running tests in our lab – as well as still helping us all out on reception.

She has two cats; Comet and Lottie, two horses; Star and Calli and also cares for the family dogs, soft coated Wheaten Terriers called Teddie and Dolly.

Charlotte loves working as a receptionist and meeting all the owners and listening to their stories whilst making a fuss of their pets. She is also training to be a dog groomer.

She has two cats; Comet and Lottie, two horses; Star and Calli and also cares for the family dogs, soft coated Wheaten Terries called Teddie and Dolly.

Jon Bark SVN

Nicole Pieper PCA

Laura Farr PCA

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