In 2015, Camilla obtained a Masters in Epidemiology from Imperial College, London, after which she joined the Epidemiology team at the Animal Health Trust. Here, her focus was on the surveillance, management and control of equine disease outbreaks, advising both vets and industry. In addition, she looked after the resident pony herd here, and rehomed one of the welsh ponies, whom she is having a lot of fun with prepping him to be her young son's first pony!
Camilla has recently finished a PhD at RVC researching antibiotic usage and antibiotic resistance, and is now looking forward to returning to practice, meeting and looking after your horses. She will be accompanied by her very friendly Irish Terrier, Olive.
Helen graduated in 2018 from The Royal Veterinary College, London. After graduation Helen volunteered with SPANA in Marrakech and then joined Rainbow Equine Hospital in North Yorkshire on a busy two year Internship programme. Helen has gained experience in routine and emergency cases including dentals, skin complaints, worming, poor performance, lameness investigation, medicine and anaesthetics for various surgical cases.
Gloria then worked with us a few years ago and due to personal circumstances went to work at an equine practice near the south coast for a couple of years. She has now returned with a wealth of experience and specifically enjoys poor performance cases, lameness investigations, imaging and dentistry.
Outside of work she is a dance instructor, teaching Bachata in Reading and she plays violin in the local Ceilidh band.
In her spare time Jess enjoys skiing and horse riding and recently survived a side saddle taster lesson. Jess has moved back to Surrey where she grew up and looks forward to getting started in practice with her young cocker spaniel Ginny in tow.
Having now relocated to Berkshire with her young family, she looks forward to getting to know our clients and the local area.