Our Waltham Forest veterinary team understands how much your pet means to you. Their knowledge and experience ensures that your pet is always in good hands.
The Vet Waltham Forest Veterinary Surgeons and Nurses
Anton is a Qualified Veterinary Nurse who graduated in Russia in 2005 and was the first Russian registered nurse in the UK! Anton is local to the practice and has been working at The Vet in Waltham Forest since the branch first opened in 2015. He holds a Post Graduate degree in Veterinary Business and Management, and is passionate about clinical coaching to prospective nurses. Anton truly loves working with animals and is also our Hills Nutritional and Weight Loss adviser!
When he is not caring for patients he can be found visiting the UKs most decadent theatres and museums, or travelling within Europe. Whilst Anton has no pets, he is an avid plant collector and enjoys a spot of gardening in his allotment.
Student Vet Nurse
Since a young age Stevie has always had a keen interest in animals. From the age of 3 she started horse riding lessons and 22 years later she still rides nearly every day. She has a diploma with distinction in Equine Psychology and is currently studying to become a Veterinary Nurse. Stevie has many animals including Cody, the boxer (her favourite pet), and three hand reared cats, Arniemo, Bertie and Boudica. Stevie loves all aspects or nursing but especially enjoys nurse consults.
Veterinary Care Assistant
Sarah was born in London and has lived there for most her life. She has a 9-year-old daughter, 2 rescue cats and a very naughty maine coon called Bear.
Sarah’s dream is to become a registered veterinary nurse, and she is just about to start her Veterinary Care training, level 2 diploma. When not at work Sarah enjoys swimming at the local Olympic pool and cooking up new recipes in the kitchen.
Megan – RVN
Megan has been a qualified veterinary nurse since 2011. Since Megan has qualified she has worked within the UK and has volunteered abroad for various animal charities.
Megan has 1 cat called Tabitha (who she was only meant to foster for 1 month but still has her over 3 years later!). Megan has a special interest in animal behaviour and in her spare time she likes to explore all that London has to offer.
Sharon joined The Vet Waltham Forest in March 2019 having previously worked within the veterinary profession for almost 20 years in various roles. Her favourite role has always been reception as she loves being the first port of call for our clients.
In her spare time she enjoys reading, travelling and bird watching.
Veterinary Care Assistant
From the moment she could speak Leanne asked to watch programmes about animals, so it is no surprise that her dream job is to become a Veterinary Nurse.
Throughout her school years Leanne gained as much animal care experience as she could, from walking neighbours dogs to volunteering at local kennels, catteries, horse riding school and wildlife Centre.
After leaving school Leanne studied animal care and animal management to gain additional knowledge in her chosen career.
Leanne joined the Waltham Forest team in 2020 and works as a Veterinary Care Assistant, her next step is to start her training as a Veterinary Nurse.
As an avid animal fan Leanne has owned a variety of pets, ranging from Hamsters, corn snakes, rabbits, and tropical fish! She currently has 3 cats but really wants to get a dog someday.
When not at the Centre Leanne enjoys Horse riding, all things arts and crafts and a good book.
Client Care Manager
Hannah began working as a vet receptionist in 2016 and quickly realised this was the career move she’d been waiting for. Quickly becoming fascinated with all things veterinary medicine and client care, she began working at a 24 hour central London hospital before moving to The Vet as Client Care Manager in 2020.
Hannah lives locally with her husband, daughter, and two rescued tabby cats called Morris and Stanley. Nothing makes her happier than being active, and she enjoys gardening, hiking, live music weightlifting, and sewing.
In her spare time Hannah volunteers for the charity StreetVet, supporting the administration side of the charity.
Sue joined the front of house team in September after 30 years in working within Human Healthcare.
Sue holds an NVQ3 Health and Social care and is a Qualified Carer Practitioner. Working with animals is what makes her happy and she prides herself on excellent and professional customer service. She has two cats, Stardust who joined her as a kitten and Ghengis Khan who she rescued when he was 2. In her spare time Sue is an Avid gamer, and also enjoys Yoga, Zumba and reading
Customer Operations Support Manager
Stephanie was one of The Vet’s first clients! She joined the team in 2018 as Client operations support manager, prior to this she worked in marketing but wanted to pursue something a little more meaningful where she could make a difference.
Stephanie has two rescue French bulldogs, Lulu 12 and Coco 5. She will soon become a mum to her first non fur baby and will be going on maternity leave in April, we are already counting the days for her return! In her spare time Stephanie enjoys all things arts and crafts, she is looking forward to utilising her maternity leave designing her own clothes range.
Senior Veterinary Nurse
Laura qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2018 and has been working at The Vet Waltham Forest since July 2020. Laura has a keen interest in Emergency care and exotics.
Laura has a greyhound called Pittsburgh Rocky and a tortoise called Tortellini. When not at work Laura enjoys walking her dog, travelling, and spending time with her family.
Becky joined The Vet Waltham Forest in March 2022, having spent the last 6 years working at a 24 Hour veterinary hospital.
Becky has always worked in the Veterinary industry, starting out as a work experience student at her local clinic.
When not at work Becky loves spin classes, TRX and spending time with her family.
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Ewa Joined the Waltham Forest team in October 2021. She qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2016. Ewa enjoys all aspects of nursing but has a particular keen interest in surgery. When not at work, enjoys being very social, she enjoys salsa, Hiking and visiting new places
Dr Alex Bradnick
Dr Alex graduated from the University of Bristol in 2017. He has spent over 5 years working in busy small animal practices tending to all creatures great and small. Alex has extensive experience managing complex medical cases, performing advanced surgery and prides himself in his client communication. When not looking after the pets of others Alex will be found spending as much time as possible with his own fur baby Fernie, spending most weekends on long hikes and in country pubs.
Dr Kurran Parti
Dr Kurran graduated from the University of Warsaw in 2016. He has a passion for all things surgical and is currently completing an additional certification in small animal surgery. Dr Kurran is always prepared to treat any case that comes his way and looks forward to sitting on the sofa with his cat Baron at the end of the day.
Dr Alba graduated from Spain and completed a post-graduate diploma in small animal medicine and surgery at the university of Barcelona. She’s always been working in busy small animal practices and developed a special interest in soft tissue surgery and ultrasonography. She is currently completing an advanced practitioner certificate in diagnostic imaging.
Outside of work, Alba loves outdoor activities, dancing and jogging with her lovely rescue greyhound Max.
Hi, I’m Katie and I joined the Waltham Forest reception team in November having completed a bioscience degree at the Royal Veterinary college.
For as long as I can remember I have always had a love for animals and I have been a client at The vet for some time, I currently have a lovely Jack Russel terrier puppy called Jack.
My ambition is to pursue a career in the Veterinary field in both Small animal and farm as I have a soft spot for sheep
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