Your team,who we are and what we do....
Dr Samantha Sanger BVSc MRCVS
Sam graduated from the University of Liverpool in 1997 and started veterinary practice in a mixed practice in Liskeard, South East Cornwall. In 2003, after travelling and working as a locum, she joined Alphapet Vets in Sussex to concentrate on small animal medicine, moving back to Cornwall in 2006 to join Regent Court and became a director of the practice alongside Simon and Mary in 2008. Since then Simon and Mary have retired and Sam has taken sole charge of the business along with her husband Phil. Alongside a passion for all things furry, Sam has a daughter, Omelia, who is a great distraction when she's not at the practice. Sam can also occasionally be spotted at Marazion or Gwithian windsurfing or surfing, or out cycling, sea swimming and running in and around Penwith with local triathlon club, Mounts Bay Harriers. Currently, her other attentions go to Fozzie her Italian Spinone and a very cool and collected cat Percy.
Dr Hannah Menon BVet Med MRCVS
Originally from St.Agnes and studying at Truro School Hannah can be classed as nearly local. Having worked at veterinary practice in Mid wales for three years she has now returned home. She has two cats, Eggnog and Pumpkin and enjoys walking, and also sings in a local choir. Hannah is our ISFM cat advocate and also known as our " Crazy cat Lady "
Vicky Williams BVSc MRCVS
Vicky is our Cycling Vet. She has done more cycling than most of us do in our lifetime with several trips and great tales of adventure , most recently being from Alaska to Argentina.
Vicky is a great vet with a great sense of humour having just moved back to Cornwall is now back enjoying helping our clients with their pets.
Megan Eastwood Wright Head RVN
Megan lives with her partner Oli and their cat " Hairy" and their Guinea pig " Linda".
Megans attention to detail in every aspect of her nursing is outstanding and she likes to assist other members of the team whenever possible. As well as her Head Nurse roll she also advocates many of the environmental practices, often coming up with new and innovative ideas to help us be more environmentally friendly within veterinary practice.
Trudy now back from her maternity now commands a part time roll two days a week and covers holiday where she can. Trudy has a Jack Russel called "Wesley" who is a real character who spends much of his time out on the farm with her partner Ben. They also have a beautiful new daughter.
Sarah Carter RVN
Sarah is back from her maternity leave and her smile is still as infectious as ever. She adds . Living on a farm and being qualified 7 years Sarah brings a wealth of experience and knowledge with working dogs and farm cats along side her general nurse role. Sarah also loves Rabbits. Sarah's own pets include a dog called Summer and a cat called Spirit
Diane is the longest serving member of our team and has been with the practice for over 18 years. She is a true Penzance local having always lived in the town. Diane will be a familiar face to most clients as well as being on reception she also spends much of her time in the office keeping the practice running as smoothly as possible.
In her spare time she likes to cook and can also usually be found on the bowling green. She has a particular interest in cats and has young cats who we here stories about most days called Oliver and Erik.
The very latest member of the team comes from another local practice but essentially has a hospitality background having worked at the Hilton Park Lane in London.Nicky keeps reception running smoothly and acts as our client relations representative as she is always happy to help wherever she can. She is also our Pet Dialog champion so is able to show clients around our app. Nicky has two loving cats.
Laura Mathews RVN
Laura is the latest member of the team and a local girl living in Penzance with her partner. She has 2 dogs , a British Bulldog ( Hattie) and a French Bulldog ( Dottie) and three ponies
( Smokey, Gypsy and Ishka) two of which have reached their twenties which bodes well for her care of them.Her favourite parts of nurseing are inpatient care and also seeing poorly animals go home happy and healthy.