Meet our team
Our team provide a caring and professional service to you and your pets
Our veterinary team comprises five full time vets and a part-time vet who work across all three practices to ensure that you are able to make an appointment with any vet at a time and place that is convenient to you.
We have a practice policy of continued professional development to ensure that every team member keeps up-to-date with modern technologies and practice. Our broad range of experience enables us to be able to deal with most conditions here at the practice, without the need for specialist referral.
Our nursing team are highly skilled and take on important roles within the practice. We are an accredited veterinary nurse training practice which means that our nurses are able to receive first class training to maintain the high standards of care that your pet requires.
The reception team are fully trained to answer your questions and are here to provide reassurance and a listening ear.
Martin qualified from Glasgow Vet School in 1986 and, after a year as house surgeon, specialising in small animal and equine surgery, entered a busy... [Read more]
Alana has been working in small animal practice since 2011. She also has a degree in animal behaviour and has completed a certificate in small animal medicine as she has … [Read more]
Nuria qualified in 2012 and has since completed an internship in a referral centre in Hampshire and then worked in a busy 24 hour hospital in West Sussex. She has … [Read more]
Isabel qualified in 2008 and has worked in several first opinion practices since. Her particular interests are in internal medicine and cardiology. She doesn’t have any pets living with her … [Read more]
Akash studied at the Royal Veterinary College. He has a particular interest in feline medicine, neurology and soft tissue surgery. He also has a keen interest in birds and reptiles … [Read more]
Adam started his career working in a busy first opinion small animal practice and then moved to in an emergency vet clinic in Bristol. He has a particular interest in … [Read more]
Alison qualified as nurse in 2008 and joined Forest House to as our Head Nurse for maternity cover in May 2015. Alison particularly enjoys training the student nurses and assisting … [Read more]
Assisting Head Nurse
Katie came to Forest House as a student veterinary nurse in 1998, where she completed her training and qualified in 2000. Katie has always lived locally and is proud to … [Read more]
Deputy Head Nurse
Debbie qualified as a veterinary nurse in South Africa in 1991. After working in a variety of practices, including equine and small animal, Debbie joined Forest House in 2002, and … [Read more]
Claire joined Forest House in July 2010 as a student nurse, after completing her Animal Management National Diploma at college. She qualified in 2015 and has since taken on the … [Read more]
Alice joined us in April 2015 as a student nurse. She is already a long way through her nurse training and is excited about completing this at Forest House. Alice … [Read more]
After volunteering in a veterinary practice to gain experience Robi is excited about pursuing her goal to be a veterinary nurse. She is also interested in animal behaviour. She has … [Read more]
Sophie joined the team as a Student Nurse in 2017. Sophie had been helping at the weekends whilst she completed her Animal Management diploma at BCA. When the opportunity arose … [Read more]
Sophie joined Forest House in 2018 to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinary nurse. She has previously helped at a riding stables while at school and has a shared … [Read more]
Anne-Marie joined the practice in 2009. She comes from outside of the veterinary world, but has always had a passion for animals and their welfare, so loves working in this … [Read more]
Having joined Forest House in 1990, Donna is our longest-serving member of staff! Donna is a receptionist at our Windsor surgery, and it is the perfect job for her as … [Read more]
Sue joined Forest House to help with the general office administration and also helps on reception. Sue comes from a strong administrative background, including running her own business, and enjoys … [Read more]
Penny joined Forest House in 2012. After working in the motor industry for many years, this role was a complete change. She loves animals and is enjoying her role here. … [Read more]
Debbie joined Forest House in June 2003 to help with the accounts and work on reception. As a child she always wanted to be a vet, but she says she … [Read more]
Kathy joined the practice in October 2005 and works in our Egham branch. She is a busy mum of three, with her eldest son now serving in the British Army. … [Read more]
Karen joined Forest House at our Ascot branch in 2014, bringing with her many years’ experience as a veterinary receptionist. Outside of work, Karen enjoys walking, wildlife watching and sings … [Read more]
Beverley joined Forest House in June 2016 as a receptionist at our Ascot Branch. She really enjoys building relationships with our clients, getting to know their pets and learning about … [Read more]
After a long career with the AA, John joined the Forest House team in June 2009 as our handyman. John can turn his hand to anything and so looks after … [Read more]