MEET THE TEAM

  







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    Samantha Sanger

    Clinical Director

    MRCVS

    After graduating from Liverpool University in 1997 Sam worked as a vet in a mixed practice in Cornwall. Then, after travelling and working as a locum vet, she returned to the area and joined the team in 2006. At home she has Fozzie the Italian spinone and Percy, a  very cool and collected cat Percy. In her spare time she can be spotted around the coast windsurfing, cycling, sea swimming, surfing and running.

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    Hannah Menon

    Veterinary Surgeon

    MRCVS

    Originating from St Agnes, Hannah left to study at the Royal Veterinary College, London, qualifying in 2012. She has an interest in feline care and is our advocate for the International Society for Feline Medicine.

     

    She  has two rescue cats, Pumpkin and Eggnog, and outside work she sings in two local choirs, enjoys reading and exploring Cornwall, and has recently taken up paddle boarding.

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    Jasmine Godfrey-Hunt

    Veterinary Surgeon

    MRCVS

    Jasmine joined the team in 2021, after completing her veterinary studies at the University of Nottingham. She has a deeply rooted love for animals and always knew she wanted to be a small animal clinician. In her spare time, she enjoys getting up to every kind of adventure including hiking, trail running, surfing and paddle boarding, as well as practicing meditation and yoga.

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    Vicky Williams

    Veterinary Surgeon

    MRCVS

    Vicky qualified as a vet in 2008 and has been with the practice since 2018. She travelled the world extensively before she settled in Cornwall, and has a passion for the outdoors and water sports – sometimes even swimming into work!

    She is particularly fond of our feline patients and has a cat of her own.

     

     

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    Annabel Nicholas

    Head Veterinary Nurse

    Born and raised in Cornwall, Annabel completed her training at Duchy College and qualified in 2016. She has an interest in canine behaviour and runs our puppy classes, but is happiest in the consulting room, helping clients provide the best care to their pets. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and walking Pendle, her rescue collie. She also has a cat called Caffrey and a hamster called Stella.

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    Caroline Heath

    RVN

    Caroline joined Regent Court Vets as a nurse in 2020, previously spending time working nights in a large referral hospital after qualifying in 2014. Her main interest is feline and canine medicine and she enjoys being in the wards and nursing inpatients. She  is aiming to walk as much of the South West Coastal Path as possible with her dogs, a huntaway and a Chihuahua, and is also an avid member of the Regent Court book club.

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    Elizabeth Flower

    RVN

    Liz started in veterinary nursing in 2002, but took a break from the industry and gained a degree in forensic science and a masters in forensic anthropology before returning to locum nursing, and joining the Regent Court team in 2021. 

    She particularly enjoys nursing clinics and laboratory medicine – and if you can’t find her she’s probably in the lab! Outside of work she enjoys swimming in the sea, playing on her Xbox and doing crafts.

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    Sarah Carter

    RVN

    Sarah has been with the practice since 2014 after qualifying as a veterinary nurse in 2011.

     

    Living on a farm, she brings a wealth of experience and knowledge with working dogs and farm cats, alongside her general nurse role.

     

    Her own pets include a dog called Summer and a cat called Spirit.

     

     

     

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    Tamsyn Casley-Oliver

    RVN

    BSc Hons

    Tamsyn has been working in veterinary practice since 2009 and qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2017, joining the team in 2020. She has a keen interest in rabbit care, dental clinics, and diagnostics, and is the  British Veterinary Nurse Association representative for Cornwall. Outside of work she enjoys reading, socialising with friends and tending to her allotment, and is kept on her toes by Nibs and Aero the house rabbits.

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    Trudy Hayman

    RVN

    Trudy has been a qualified veterinary nurse since 2010.

     

    She particularly enjoys being in the operating theatre and is passionate about preventative healthcare.

     

    At home she has two children with her partner and a Jack Russell called Wesley who is a real character.

     

     

     

     

     

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    Amanda Bryant

    Receptionist

    Amanda joined the team in 2019 and supports customer liaison and dispensing medication on reception, along with overseeing our practice vaccine reminders.

     

    She enjoys walks on the beach, DIY, travelling and spending time in the garden.

     

     

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    Fran O’Leary

    Finance Administrator

    Fran has a range of accountancy and payroll qualifications and uses her many years’ experience in the business sector to handle all our insurance forms and enquiries. Outside of work she enjoys meandering along the cliffs of Cornwall with Jack the working cocker, playing the cornet for Pendeen Silver Band and renovating her cottage.