Alan Mayo - BVSc CertSAS MRCVS
Alan qualified from Liverpool University Veterinary School in 1993 and has spent most of his professional life with the practice.
He obtained the Certificate of Small Animal Surgery in 1997 and is one of the main surgeons of the hospital.
He accepts referrals in both soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery and his interests include fracture repair, spinal surgery and TTA for the treatment of cranial cruciate ligament failure and stifle arthritis.
He was the joint recipient of the Dunkin Award in 2001.
Alan Banks - BVSc CertVOphthal MRCVS
Alan qualified from Liverpool University Veterinary School in 1993 and since then he has worked in dedicated small animal practice. He joined Nantwich Veterinary Group in 1996 and became a partner in 2003.
In 2000 he obtained the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Certificate in Veterinary Ophthalmology and he now regularly takes eye referrals from other vets.
His interests include the treatment of corneal diseases, eyelid reconstructive surgery and cataract surgery. He has been a committee member of the British Association of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and regularly attends their meetings.
Alan has also been involved with design and construction of the our surgeries in Market Drayton, Crewe and Nantwich.
Dervla Martin DrMedVet (Hons), CertAVP GSAS, MRCVS
Dervla graduated in 2010 and has worked in small animal clinical practice ever since. She worked at a busy first opinion small animal hospital in North Wales before joining us at Nantwich Pet Vets in 2013.
Dervla’s main professional interest has always been surgical. In 2015, Dervla successfully obtained the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Advanced Veterinary Practitioner’s Certificate in general small animal surgery. Whilst certified in both orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery, Dervla’s preferences lie firmly with complex soft tissue cases and emergency surgery; she accepts referrals in these areas.
Dervla also has an interest in diagnostic imaging. With additional post graduate training in advanced ultrasonography, echocardiography and endoscopy, she enjoys their application in the management of her surgical cases. In her spare time, Dervla loves to spend time outdoors with her family and their many pets.
Dr Nikolaos Sourvinos DVM MRCVS
Nik qualified from Aristotle university of Thessaloniki in Greece in 2008.
After spending years working as a small animal veterinarian on a Greek island, he moved to England in 2015 to improve his experience and knowledge.
Nik has been member of Nantwich Pet Vets since August 2018 and has a strong interest in internal medicine, diagnostic imaging modalities and dermatology.
Currently he has enrolled for certificate on small animal medicine from the University of Liverpool and he is keen on investigating internal medicine and dermatology cases.
At his free time enjoys travelling, digital photography, reading and cycling.
Dr James Meredith BVetMed (Hons) MRCVS
James spent time seeing practice at Nantwich Veterinary Hospital during his studies and he joined the practice after he qualified from The Royal Veterinary College in 2013.
James left the practice briefly and moved to New Zealand but joined us again on his return to the UK.
His main interest is in canine and feline medicine, however he also enjoys treating rabbits, poultry and ferrets.
He is currently studying towards a certificate in small animal medicine and has been on courses in oncology, ultrasonography and endoscopy.
James does a lot of work for the RSPCA and as a result has a menagerie of animals at home.
Dr Sarah Prosser BVetMed MRCVS
Sarah qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 1997.
She has worked in mixed practice, equine and small animal practice over the years and moved to solely small animal practice around 10 years ago doing out of hours emergency and critical care work.
Sarah joined us 2017 and works from our Market Drayton and Crewe branches.
Sarah’s interests include small animal medicine, acupuncture and alternative therapies.
Outside of work, Sarah is in the process of renovating a smallholding where has sheep, horses, chickens and cats. Sarah enjoys gardening and horse riding.
Dr Joon Park BVedMed MRCVS
Joon graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2017.
With his particular interest in Internal Medicine and Diagnostic Imaging, he is currently working towards a post graduate certificate.
In his free time, he is an avid traveller, exploring many small hills and villages around the world.
Dr Amy Glanvill BVM BVS MRCVS
Amy qualified from Nottingham University in 2016 and having grown up on a dairy farm, she initially worked as a farm vet before joining the team at Nantwich Pet Vets.
Amy is interested in all aspects of small animal work, enjoying both medicine and surgery and is studying for a Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice.
Amy has a soft spot for cats, having two ginger rescues at home.
Outside of work, she loves being anywhere near (or in!) the water, substituting her home county of Devon’s coast for the lakes of Cheshire and Wales.
Dr Francesca Wickstead BVSc MRCVS
Francesca graduated from the University of Liverpool and joined the Nantwich team in October 2019 after working at a small animal practice in Birmingham.
Her main interests lie in anaesthesia and medicine, especially feline, and is working towards a post graduate certificate.
In her spare time she enjoys baking and cooking, depending on the time of year you’ll find her on the ski slopes or on a surfboard!
Dr Amy Hargreaves BVSc MRCVS
Amy was brought up in Wrexham and graduated from Liverpool University.
Since graduating, Amy joined the Pet Vets team and often works between all three of our practices.
She is particularly interested in small animal medicine and neurology and is looking to undertake further qualifications in the near future.
Outside of work Amy enjoys baking and walking. Amy has a springer spaniel called Noah and two rescue cats Rambo and beanie.
Dr James Hawkesby BA (Hons) VetMB MRCVS
James graduated from Cambridge University and joined the team at Nantwich Pet Vets shortly afterwards.
He enjoys all aspects of working in small animal practice from annual health checks to challenging medical cases.
James grew up in South Devon and was surrounded by animals right from an early age.
After graduating from university, he decided to move to Nantwich after falling in love with the area when looking for work and has thoroughly enjoyed living here since.
In his spare time, James enjoys cycling, hiking, and playing tennis.
Dr Liam Bullock BVSc MRCVS
Liam was raised in Cheshire and has returned to the area since qualifying from Bristol University.
His interests are in neurology, ophthalmology, surgery and cardiology.
Liam has two golden retrievers, Bella and Jasper.
Outside of work, Liam enjoys cycling, walking, calisthenics and playing the piano.
Dr Laura Hill BVSc MRCVS
Laura was raised in Newton-le-Willows and graduated from the University of Liverpool.
Laura enjoys all aspects of veterinary work but has a particular interest in surgery.
Outside of work, Laura enjoys cycling, swimming (and generally being outdoors) and socialising with friends.
Laura has a young English springer spaniel called Dolly.
Dr Josh Parkin BVSc BSc (hons) MRCVS
Josh was brought up playing on tanks at Sandhurst before moving to the Winchester countryside.
After a family move to Australia, Josh returned to study at the University of Liverpool where he obtained his veterinary degree.
Josh enjoys all aspects of veterinary and is hopes to undertake further qualifications in the near future.
Outside of work, Josh used to play rugby league for the university but now enjoys the gym and running. Most of Josh’s spare time at the moment is being used to plan for his wedding!
Josh has a 1 year old Golden Retriever named Gilbert who is into everything!
Dr Tom Winfield BVMSci (Hons) MRCVS
Tom lived his early years in Dublin then moved to Shropshire from the age of 11.
Tom has been known to the practice for a number of years since seeing practice with us whilst studying for his veterinary degree, and decided to move north and join our team on graduating from Surrey University.
Tom’s interests are mainly surgical and particularly orthopaedics and he intends to undertake further qualifications in this field.
Outside of work, Tom watches American football, likes to build computers and take his dog Harry, an ex-racing greyhound, for walks in new places.
Dr Alice Crow BVSc MRCVS
Alice was raised in Buckinghamshire and moved to the North to study at Liverpool University.
She is particularly interested in Emergency Critical Care and anaesthesia.
Outside of work, Alice enjoys Cooking, dressmaking and hiking.
Dr Sophie Cornelissen BVM BVS MRCVS
Sophie is very happy to have recently moved back to Cheshire where she was born and bred, after working for 3 years in London.
Sophie graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2017 and her main interests are anaesthesia and pain management along with emergency and critical care.
Sophie will soon be starting a certificate in one of these areas.
Outside of work, Sophie loves horse riding and now she is back in Cheshire will hopefully be back to eventing next summer. Sophie also plays tennis and is training for the London Marathon 2021!
Sophie has a British Shorthair cat called Sherman and is on the lookout for a wire-haired dachshund puppy now she back in the countryside.