Meet the Veterinary Nurses
Wylies has been a training centre for veterinary nurses since 1979 and has a good record for producing excellent VNs, many of whom have eventually become involved in the training themselves.
There is an intensive 2 year course to complete, with exams at the end of each year, but successful candidates are then qualified as veterinary nurses. Further training is also possible and we have quite a few nurses with additional qualifications under their belts!
I joined Wylies as a kennel assistant in 2006, and qualified as veterinary nurse in 2008. I have a keen interest in anaesthesia, and in November 2011, I gained a Nursing Certificate in Anaesthesia and Critical Care. I have recently taken over the role of head of clinical procedures.
I joined Wylies in 2004 as a Registered Veterinary Nurse. I have an interest in exotics and gained my City & Guilds Certificate in Nursing Exotic Species in 2008. In 2015, I co-wrote a chapter in the BSAVA Manual of Exotics Nursing. I split my time between nursing and working in the lab.
I joined the Wylie team as a qualified nurse in 2006 and I gained my City & Guilds certificate in Exotic nursing in 2008. I am head of the nurse clinics.
I joined the Wylies team in July 2013 having qualified in 2012. Previous to this I worked as a zoo keeper for 3 years at Tropical wings! I am head of clinical procedures.
I joined Wylies in 1998 as a newly qualified nurse and i now have a keen interest in theatre. In July 2011 i gained my graduate diploma in clinical and professional veterinary nursing and have since had 2 articles published in a nursing journal.
I Joined Wylies in 2004 and qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2007. I am one of the night nurses, providing overnight care to hospitalised patients and treating emergencies.
I joined the Wylie team in 2009 as a kennel assistant. I completed my final exams in September 2014 and am now a fully qualified veterinary nurse. i have a passion for educating people on the benefits of feeding raw diets to dogs and cats.
I joined the Wylie Veterinary Centre in November 2013. I qualified in March 2012 at Brighton University and completed my level 3 diploma in Equine Nursing in August 2013. I am involved with all general nursing care within the practice and am the head kennel nurse.
I worked at Wylies as a locum nurse 2 years ago but left to pursue a career in hydrotherapy. I have recently returned to Wylies to nurse again as i missed it so much! I am a qualified Hydrotherapist and enjoy all aspects of nursing.
I qualified as a veterinary nurse in January 2013 and joined Wylies in April 2013. You will see me mainly at our Hornchurch branch, where i am head nurse. I gained my certificate in feline friendly nursing in 2017.
I qualified as a nurse in September 2013 and joined the Wylie team the beginning of 2014. Previous to this i worked in London for 25 years as a IT relationship manager. I left in 2011 to pursue my dream of becoming a veterinary nurse. I have an interest in Canine behaviour and am studying in this area.
Joined the nursing team in September 2014. I qualified as a nurse in 1996 and have worked at various different practices around the local area.
I started at Wylies in 2012 as a kennel assistant and i have since worked my way up to being a registered nurse. I'v always been an animal lover and really enjoy my job! I have a particular soft spot for French Bulldogs.
I started wylies in 2013 as a kennel assistant. I am currently in my 2nd of training to become a veterinary nurse. I have a variety of different furries at home, including rabbits, guinea pigs and chinchillas.
I started at Wylies as a Sunday helper in October 2012. i completed my training and become qualified in January 2017. I enjoy all aspects of nursing and am the deputy head of dispensary
I started working for Wylies as a kennel assistant in September 2014 and qualified in 2018.
I joined the Wylies team in July 2014. i am currently in my second year at college.
I first started at Wylies in 2008 as a kennel assistant. I worked at Wylies for 4 years, but decided to take a break from my studies to work in America. I Joined the Wylies team again in 2014 to continue with my studies to become a qualified veterinary nurse.
I joined Wylies in 2000 and qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2004. I have a mixed nursing role within the practice- I work part-time as a laboratory technician and general nurse. I gained my graduate diploma in Professional and Clinical Veterinary Nursing in 2013.
I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2014 and joined Wylies in December 2014. My main interests are student training and surgery.
I joined Wylies in September 2015 as a kennel assistant and have started my veterinary nurse training.
I joined Wylies in September 2015 as a ward assistant and I have just started my veterinary nurse training.
I have worked at Wylies since 1995. I started as a weekend helper and worked my way up through the ranks until I was a qualified Veterinary Nurse. I have held several positions within the practice including Shift Leader, but now I work as a laboratory technician part-time.
I joined the practise in 2003 as a qualified nurse, I am a clinic nurse, and work both at the Upminster and Hornchurch branches. I have an interest in exotic animals.
I joined Wylies as a second year student nurse in 2006 and qualified shortly afterwards. After spending many years as a general nurse, i am now Head of Dispensary.
I Joined Wylies in 2013 as head of training. I left to work as a teacher at Writtle college but in 2017 returned to Wylies as a night nurse. I am an eternal student, constantly looking for something interesting to work through. My latest venture is a certificate in emergency and critical care nursing.
I joined Wylies in 2009 after coming from a smaller local practice. I spent a lot of time working in the clinical procedures area and became head nurse in 2014.
I joined Wylies in 1998, qualified as a nurse in 2004 and joined the Hornchurch team in 2005. I then took over as the senior nurse at Hornchurch in 2009. Following maternity leave, i am now part of the Upminster team.
I started working at Wylies in August 2016 as a ward assistant and I have just become a first year student.
I joined Wylies in June 2016 after coming from a large hospital in Essex. I have a keen interest in anaesthesia and look after the operating theatres in the Upminster hospital.
I began working at Wylies in July 2017, after qualifying in January 2015. i enjoy all aspects of nursing but have a passion for working in the lab.
I joined Wylies in July 2017 as a qualified nurse.
I qualified in 2014 from The College of Animal Welfare. I started as a locum nurse in April 2018 and in June, decided to stay on a permanent basis. I enjoys all aspects of nursing but I have a true passion for theatre.