Outstanding care for Very Important Pets
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Haycombe Veterinary Centre
208 Whiteway Road
Bath
BA2 2RJ

Call 01225 442280

Haycombe team

Lisa
Redgrave


Lisa Redgrave
BVetMed(Hons) MRCVS
Clinical Director - Bath and Somerset branches

Lisa graduated as a veterinary surgeon from the Royal Veterinary College in 2010 and joined Highcroft in July 2012. After spending some time in our main Whitchurch Hospital and Weston Village Vets, Lisa is now based at our Silva House Veterinary Centre in Midsomer Norton. She has also been promoted to be Clinical Director for our branches in Midsomer Norton, Frome, Haycombe, Weston Village and Batheaston.

Lisa has a particular interest in surgery and performs the keyhole surgery techniques at Midsomer Norton.

Lisa has a dog called Manny, who she 'attempts' agility with. She also has a cat called Will.i.am, who keeps everyone, especially Manny, in check.

 

Louisa
Cook


Louisa Cook
BVetMed MRCVS
Veterinary Surgeon

Louisa qualified in 2006 at the Royal Veterinary College. Having previously worked in Winchester she joined Silva House in May 2008.
 
She has a special interest in cardiology and hopes to study for further qualifications in this field.

At home she has a cat called Jay and outside of work she enjoys running, swimming and going to the cinema.

Chris
Culverwell


Chris Culverwell
BVtetMed MRCVS
Veterinary Surgeon

Chris qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in July 2013 and joined Highcroft as a Veterinary Surgeon in November 2016. He has a special interest in soft tissue surgery.

Out of work Chris has a young Lurcher cross called Perdy. He enjoys active pursuits such as cycling, rowing and tennis.

Vicky
Palmer


Vicky Palmer
RVN
Head Nurse

Vicky is Head Nurse at our Silva House, Frome, Haycombe, Batheaston and Weston surgeries.

Vicky joined Highcroft in 2008 as a Kennel Person, and begin training as a veterinary nurse shortly afterwards, working with the team at the Whitchurch hospital. She qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in August 2015.

Vicky has two cats and a whippet dog.

 


Michelle
Scollick


Michelle Scollick
Veterinary Nurse

Michelle qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2004, after working in a veterinary practice for 7 years. She worked for the Wrench Veterinary Group/ Bath Veterinary Group before joining Silva House in 2006. Since going on maternity leave to have her daughter Kimberley and then son Daniel, she now works on a part time basis. Michelle has a keen interest in feline behaviour.

Michelle has a cat called Polly and two guinea pigs Rosie and Holly. When she is not is work she enjoys spending time with family, holidays and swimming.

Laura
Slater


Laura Slater
RVN
Registered Nurse

Laura joined the practice in 1999 and went on to do her veterinary nurse training at Silva House, which she completed in 2005.
 
She has an interest in dog behaviour and training. Laura also trains and competes in dog agility classes and has a Border Terrier called Martha.

Jodie
Gold


Jodie Gold
Practice Manager

Jodie is Practice Manager for our Silva House, Haycombe, Weston, Frome and Batheaston surgeries.

Jodie first joined Highcroft in September 2014 as a Receptionist for Highcroft Veterinary Referrals, our Specialist service based at the hospital in Bristol. She was promoted to Senior Receptionist in 2015.

Jodie has two rescue ponies which take up most of her spare time .... and cash.

 



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