Evelyn qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2006 after completing her training at Falkland Veterinary Clinic. She became full-time in 2007 after completing her BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Nursing Science and then became head nurse in 2012.
Hannah has worked at Falkland since February 2013 and has been a qualified nurse since May 2014. She has a particular interest in radiography. At home, Hannah has a Rottweiler called Mia, and three guinea pigs. Outside of work she enjoys socialising with friends and walking her dog.
Natalie started her veterinary nursing training at Falkland Vets in 2012 and has recently qualified this year. She has a particular interest in laboratory work and loves working in a small animal practice. Outside of work she enjoys going for walks and seeing the latest movies.
Andrea qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1989 and has worked in a number of mixed practices. She also obtained the City & Guilds Certificate in Small Animal Nutrition. Later she achieved a BSs(Hons) in Agriculture with Animal Science and taught for a period of time at an agricultural college. She joined Falkland Veterinary Clinic in 2000 and has worked part-time ever since, and now splits her week between nursing and practice administration .
Out of work she enjoys walking with her dogs, horse riding and helping run the village cub pack.
Gary has worked at the practice since February 2005. He qualified and registered as a veterinary nurse in 2011. He has since gone on to train as a clinical coach, being responsible for the training and development of student veterinary nurses. Gary enjoys working with all animals but he has a particular interest in the more exotic animals – the more exotic the better but especially enjoys the reptiles. Gary has two cats that he rescued called Samson and Delilah. When Gary has some spare-time he likes to spend it with friends and family, eat out, go to the gym or just relax at home with his wife and cats.
Donna started her training as a Veterinary Nurse in 2010, and qualified in 2014. She worked in three different veterinary practices before starting at Falklands in 2015. Her interests are cooking, socialising with friends and family, and relaxing when not at work. Donna shares two dogs with her family and in-laws, they are an American Cocker Spaniel and a Border Collie and both enjoy lots of exercise. Her interests at work are intensive nursing of patients, cat behaviour and hygiene.
Jemma recently joined Falklands as a trainee veterinary nurse, shortly after passing her A-Levels. She aims to be qualified by 2019. At home she has two dogs named Barney and Pippa and a house rabbit named Raddit.
Sophie studied her Veterinary Nursing Diploma at MYF Training in Aldershot, she has recently taken her final exams. She lives at home with her two cats Nalah and Kevin.
She has a particular interest in laboratory work so is looking forward to furthering her skills here at Falklands.
Julia has worked at Falkland since November 2007, and last year qualified as a veterinary care assistant (Diploma 2). She enjoys the varied role she plays here and working closely alongside the veterinary surgeons and nurses. She has owned many pets in the past but currently has three lovely dogs, Bailey, Elvis and Marshall; three cats, Mojo, Spider and Star; a rabbit and a cheeky budgie. Her interests include animals, walking, reading and going to see many live music acts. However, she is mainly kept busy by being a mum to her two boys George and Ted.