Branca GregoryLeeds Emergency Vets Veterinary Surgeon DVM, MRCVS Find Out More >
I am one of the night vets at Abbey House. I’ve worked here for the last 12 years and love it.
When I’m not at work I spend time with my family going for walks in the countryside, gardening and showing our children the world we live in. In my free time I play golf, I do long distance running and am now learning how to play the cello. We have a Boxer dog called Smartie who is a part of the family and moved over from Portugal with us last year.
Julie RobertsLeeds Emergency Vets Veterinary Surgeon MRCVS
Fraser ReddickLeeds Emergency Vets Veterinary Surgeon MRCVS
Fiona HazellNight Nurse RVN, Cert ECC
Louise ChappellNight Nurse RVN, DipAVN Find Out More >
Louise has worked for Abbey on and off since 2003 and did her nurse training with us. Louise qualified in 2007. At home she has 2 cats, 2 dogs and a parrot called Bilbo who rules the house. Louise has a passion for teaching students and holds a teaching qualification and is currently studying for her degree in veterinary nursing. She also has a keen interest in pain management and emergency and critical care.
Sarah KitchingNight Nurse RVN, Cert ECC Find Out More >
I started working in Veterinary Practice as a receptionist/animal handler in 2003 in East Yorkshire and went on to study veterinary nursing, qualifying in 2009. I have enjoyed both surgical and medical roles throughout my career, but love the combination of both that emergency and critical care nursing brings. After gaining the Vets Now certificate in emergency and critical care in 2014, I joined the night team at Abbey House Veterinary Hospital in January 2018.
In work I enjoy playing my part in stabilising critically ill patients and making all our patients stays in hospital as comfortable as possible. Out of work I enjoy nothing more then walking in our fabulous countryside with my four legged friend Morris Whippet.