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Mrs Tracy Healy

Manager and Owner

I am a mum of four, and have numerous pets at home, most of which I've gained through rescue. I have worked in veterinary practice since 2003, and I am proud to say that I am one of the founder members from 2007. My role here at Foxhall is varied which keeps me very busy.  With my spare time, I am actively involved with a pet charity called H.A.R.T. of which I am also a founder member. I also enjoy cooking and baking for my friends and family.

 
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Dr Gemma Bourne, BVSc MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from Liverpool University in 2004, in 2005 I undertook a 4 year diploma in animal behaviour, something I hope I can use to benefit Foxhall clients. I have always had a massive involvement with rescue and charity work, something I know Foxhall also feel strongly about. I share my home with a husband, 2 very spoilt pooches, a cat and a horse who I enjoy riding in my spare time.

 
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Mrs Fiona Elnor,  B.Vet Med MRCVS

Prinicpal Veterinary Surgeon - Senior Clinician

I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 1994. I like surgery, particularly soft tissue surgery but am equally happy carrying out all types of routine procedures. I also like meeting clients - old and new and establishing working relationships with them. At home I enjoy walking the dogs, watching movies and reading. Family time is key, I love supporting my son in all his sporting activities but particularly his football. 

 
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Mrs Simona Judge, DVM MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from Lithuanian University of Medicine Science in Kaunas Lithuania in 2014 and came to the UK shortly after. I enjoy all aspects of being a veterinary surgeon, but my favourite would be soft tissue surgery, which I hope to gain a further qualification in.  I was fortunate to find and join the lovely Foxhall clinic when I moved to Ruskington with my husband, two dogs and 8 guineas pigs earlier this year. I can't wait to meet all of the clients and their lovely animals.

 
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Claire Applewhite, BVSc MRCVS 

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from Liverpool University in 2010 and have worked in small animal practice since then. I am interested in diagnostics, working up cases and also have a keen interest in anaesthesia and analgesia. My goal is to complete a modular certificate in feline medicine. 
I live in the picturesque Lincolnshire Wolds with my husband and 2 step children, a cat and numerous chickens, especially Pekins. In my spare time I like to ride, as I have my own horses. 

 
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Ms Sarah Williamson,  RVN/A1/SQP-C

Head Registered Veterinary Nurse

I have been a Veterinary Nurse since 2003.  I have obtained my clinical coach award which enables me to teach student veterinary nurses which I find very rewarding. My hobbies include property renovation, genealogy, judo and riding my Harley Davison. I have 2 daughters, Candy and Fallon. We have 7 cats, 2 tortoises, 3 hens and a guinea pig. We all live in a converted chapel built in 1871 with the graveyard being my back garden..... very peaceful.

 
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Ms Caron Ramsden, VCA

Senior Veterinary Nurse

I have been working in veterinary practice for 13 years and enjoy all aspects of the job. Prior to this I served in the RAF and worked with RAF Police dogs.I live out in the country with my partner and teenage son. I share my home with 4 black cats, all of which have come to us through rescue and have me purrrrfectly trained. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family, we all like to snowboard, travel and cycling, and have undertaken some tours abroad on our bicycles. I have recently taken up furniture painting, and am always on the look out for a new piece to up-cycle. I have also done some volunteer work for 2 animal charities. UKGSR & RSPCA East Lincs, and more recently, HART.

 
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Sam Shand, RVN

Registered veterinary Nurse

I qualified in 2009 and joined Foxhall In July 2017. I have been fortunate enough to be awarded the Blue Cross Veterinary Nurse of the year in 2012 and 2016.  I have also been awarded the CEVA / VN Times nurse of the year award in April 2017.  I am honoured to be recognised doing a job that I love. 
I have a keen interest in animal welfare and in educating owners. 
At home, I am owned by 4 dogs, 6 chickens and Red (Retired, extremely Dangerous) cat!

 
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Miss Claire Watson, RVN

Registered Veterinary Nurse

I qualified in 2014, but have been nursing for 9 years. I started at Foxhall veterinary Clinic in August 2016. Before that I lived in Cyprus for 2 years, helping a vet to start his own practice. I have 3 pets, Archie, a Manchester Terrier, Eddie a Bengal and Milo a 'Cyprus Special' 
I love every part of my job but have a special interest in theatre and nurse clinics.

 
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Miss Jo Crinks

Veterinary Nurse

I have been a VNA for over 8 years, my passion has always been animals. I rescue and foster animals of all species, pets and wildlife. I have 4 cats, 3 guinea pigs, a corn snake and a rainbow crab, all taken in from rescue. Any spare time I have left, I like to get out and about walking, taking photos of butterflies, flowers and nature. I have also been a Vegetarian for over 20 years.

 
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Miss Lucy Healy

General Assistant

I finished my GCSE's and decided I would like to experience Foxhall Vets with my Mum. Initially I volunteered my time but having enjoyed it so much now work at the clinic. I am an animal lover and help with all the family pets of which there are many. I also volunteer with Hollies Animal Rehoming Trust (H.A.R.T.) which I really enjoy!