I attended Myerscough College in Preston and qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 1995. I am very proud of our nursing team consisting of 6 qualified nurses and 4 assistant trainee nurses. As well as a high standard of technical nursing capabilities I feel as a nurse it is equally important to provide a high level of comfort and care for pets while away from their loved ones and their homes. I like to think that the in-patients at the clinic should be treated, as we would like our own pets to be treated. Therefore I can assure you that the utmost of care is taken of your pet while hospitalised.
I have a genuine interest in expanding my knowledge and continually attend courses relevant to veterinary nursing and my role at Cedar Grove. I am also a qualified assessor, which means that I can assess and approve our trainees completing their portfolio for nursing exams.
My career as a veterinary nurse is one that requires dedication and provides great rewards. Some of the many tasks carried out include:
• Radiography • Blood sample collection • Laboratory • Preparation of patients • Anaesthesia theatre • Dentistry • Tuition to Trainee’s • In patient Care • Fluid Therapy
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