Nicki Ellis RVN
Nicki joined the Lida vets nursing team in 2003 as a student nurse. She qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2010. Following the birth of her son, she now works with us on a part-time basis. She also shares her life with her fiancé, a black Labrador called Monty and 2 rescue cats.
Tracy Green VN
Tracy has been nursing since 2001, initially in London, and has been at Lida Vets since 2011. Tracy enjoys meeting our clients and is always happy to help. Tracy has a cat called Angus who was rescued from Lida Vets.
Paige Henderson RVN
Paige qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in July 2014. She
completed some of her training with us at Lida Vets and has been part of our team since 2011. Paige enjoys the critical care part of nursing and her ambition is to specialise in this area. Paige has a cat, rehomed from Lida Vets, a bearded dragon and a tortoise.
Natasha McCracken RVN
Natasha qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 1995 and joined Lida vets in 2009. She has a particular interest in feline medicine and surgery. Natasha has many rescue chickens, 2 cats, 2 tortoises and a dog.
Victoria Humfrey RVN
Victoria is completed the final year of her training course at the College of Animal Welfare and qualified as a veterinary nurse in August 2015. She is now a fully registered nurse! Victoria lives with her dog Poppy and two cats – most of which were rescued with the help of Lida Vets!
Sarah Blanchard RVN
Sarah qualified in 1999 and has been working at Lida Vets since 2014. Sarah has a particular interest in ophthalmology and has travelled to help perform ophthalmology procedures in animals rescued by charities around the world. Sarah has a dog called Rupert.
Rose Fagan SVN
Rose joined Lida vets in September 2014 and is in her final year of study to become a registered veterinary nurse. Rose has a particular interest in anaesthesia and cardiology. Rose has 2 rescue dogs and a Spanish rescue pony called Cinamon.
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