Jo works alongside our Small Animal and Equine teams, providing patient care and assistance to the nurses.
Sophie is a hugely experienced RVN and joined us as Small Animal Head Nurse in 2018. She is responsible for looking after the large team of nurses and ensuring they deliver clinical excellence.
Rosie has a BSc (Hons) in Equine Science and has now joined our Small Animal nursing team as a Clinic Assistant. Rosie regularly competes in veteran showing and enjoys carriage driving, she also own’s a Syrian Hamster called Kenny.
After qualifying in 1995, Vicki joined the practice in 1998. She was our Head Nurse from 2005 to 2017 when she stepped down to concentrate on her behavioural work. She has a specific interest in practical nursing and animal behaviour. […]
Qualified in 1993 and is based at the Charlbury surgery. She is also a Trainee Nurse Assessor and Internal Verifier for the NVQ part of the Veterinary Nursing Course. She has a specific interest in small animal nutrition.
Jo has been a registered veterinary nurse since 1999 but first started nursing in 1994. She is interested in x-rays, anaesthetics and dental work.
Stacey qualified in 2005 but has been nursing since 2003. She worked at two practices prior to joining the Hook Norton Veterinary Group in 2015. Stacey is currently studying for a certificate in emergency and critical care and has already […]
Robyn is a qualified Veterinary Care Assistant and joined the nursing team in 2013. She enjoys post operative recovery of animals and inpatient care. Robyn also helps organise our puppy parties.
Charlotte was our Clinic Assistant and is starting veterinary nurse training in September. She enjoys assisting the vets and nurses in consults and with daily routines such as blood sampling and preparing inpatients for surgery. Charlotte also has an interest […]
Qualified in 2009. Yvonne has completed a BScEqs(Hons) and also a beginners dog grooming course.
Amy joined the practice in September 2009 as our Equine Clinic Assistant and became Equine Clinic Manager in 2016. Her interests lie in intensive care of inpatients and assisting with wound management.
Jenna qualified as an equine veterinary nurse in 2015 but has been working with horses and farm animals from a young age. She is particularly interested in theatre nursing and looking after intensive care patients.