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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 have been at Foxhall since it's creation in 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., and 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

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 also establishing working relationships with them. At home I like walking the dogs, watching movies and reading. I am a big supporter of 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 UK shortly after. I enjoy all aspects 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 Godfrey,  BVSc MRCVS

Vererinary Surgeon

I graduated from Liverpool Vet School in 2007 and have worked solely with small animals since 2009. I enjoy most aspects of my job, but have a keen interest in Soft Tissue Surgery. I look forward to meeting the clients and their pets at Foxhall Vets. I live with my husband and 2 small boys as well as Bruno our Border Collie. We enjoy cycling and trying new activities to wear out the boys.

 
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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. We share our house with 3 black cats, all of which have come to us through rescue and have us purrrrfectly trained. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family, we all like to snowboard, travel and cycle, 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 an 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 vet nurse assistant 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. I Run my own aromatherapy business, called The Helpful Bee. 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!