Our Staff

Our Staff

Most of our veterinary surgeons have an interest in a particular aspect of veterinary medicine above their general veterinary training. With such a broad knowledge base we are well suited to be able to help with all your veterinary needs.

To help care for you and your pet we employ a highly skilled and registered team of veterinary nurses and client support staff.

Each of our staff undertakes continuous annual training so as to keep up to date with the latest veterinary advances.

Veterinary Surgeons


Sue is the main vet at Whitestone and is in the clinic on Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays. Sue spent 5 years in mixed practice before concentrating on small animal medicine and surgery. In 2000 Sue gained her Certificate in Radiology, demonstrating her additional knowledge in the field of x-rays and other imaging techniques.


Alex, is one of our Directors and also an exclusively small animal vet. He joined Midshire Veterinary Group in 2011 and spends every other Monday in addition to other mornings and afternoons routinely at Whitestone when not working at our PAWS surgery. Alex qualified in Italy but has been living and working in the UK for over 10 years. Alex has a special interest in cardio-respiratory diseases and soft tissue surgery. He also has a further qualification in acupuncture.


Ian, another of our Directors qualified in 1990 and was a mixed vet dealing with both small and large animals for the vast majority of his career. Lately however Ian has become a purely small animal vet and now spends alternate Mondays as well as odd other days at Whitestone with the remainder at our PAWS surgery. When not perusing his other interests outside of veterinary medicine, Ian has an interest in anaesthesia, pain management and intensive care.


Steve qualified in 1979 and is the longest serving member of Midshire Veterinary Group. A former director Steve has supported many new vets over the years and despite retiring in 2015, still covers for our small animal team. Out of work Steve is very busy travelling, playing flat green green bowling and being a Grandad. He's also a big rugby fan!


Beatriz qualified in 2013 from Complutense University of Madrid and spend one year in small animal practice before deciding to move to the UK with the aim of increasing her clinical and surgical skills. After working in several practices, Beatriz joined us in 2016. Her main areas of interest are surgery and dermatology. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family and her dogs.


Paola graduated from the University of Bologna in March 2011 and subsequently spent time working in a referal centre specialising in oral surgery and treatment. She came to the UK in 2016 and joined our team a year later. Paola's interests remain in the area of oral treatment as well as exotic pets and imaging.


Serena graduated from Bologna University in 2009 and after a couple of years working in Italy with both large and small animals moved to the UK in 2014. After a couple of years off with her family Serena restarted her career as a purely small animal vet and joined us in Jan 2018 and enjoys all aspects of small animal practice. Relaxation is time with the family and long countryside walks.
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Hannah joined us as a mixed vet having graduated from Cambridge summer 2018. She will be working with small and large animals and horses. In her spare time Hannah plays hockey and likes baking.
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Angus joins us as a mixed vet Autumn 2018, having graduated from Glasgow in 2016. He worked in a mixed practice in West Wales for 2 years, enjoying both the large and the small animal side. Outside of work he is a keen squash player, and also spends his time waterskiing!


Thad qualified from Cambridge University in 2010 and worked in mixed practice in the East of England for some time before coming to join us where he still works on both the large and small animal sides of the business. Thad became a Director in 2017. Thad's interests are varied and professionally include small animal surgery, birds and sheep lameness. Out of work they include Guinea Pigs, American football, music, walking and skiing - and numismatics (coin, currency and medal collecting).

Lay Staff

Our Nurse and Reception Team

Our Veterinary Nurse and Reception team are on hand to help you and your pet.

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