Meet our team

At Mead Vets our professional team of vets and nurses care passionately about animals and treat every patient as a sentient being. Every member of our team is hand selected for their compassion and ability to go above and beyond for our clients. They have the skills to provide a timely diagnosis and first-class veterinary treatment.


Head Veterinary Surgeon

Mark BVSc (Hons), PG CertSAM, PG CertSAS, PG CertSAImag, OVC, MRVCS

Originally from Australia where he qualified from Sydney University in 1999, we welcomed Mark to our Mead Vets family to lead our strong team in 2022.
Ahead of joining our Mead Vets team, Mark arrived in London from Australia in 2002 previously working in busy surgeries practising outstanding care.
Mark enjoys building strong client relationships and brings a substantial amount of professional experience and further advanced qualification.
Whilst our wonderful clients can see Mark in  general consulting appointments, he also takes referrals for complex medical cases, advanced orthopaedic and soft tissue surgeries and heart plus abdominal ultrasound imaging.
Mark will shortly be receiving further advanced qualification in diagnostic imaging, making him a truly exceptional vet!
Veterinary Surgeon


Veterinary Surgeon


Kimelle BVSc MSc MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon


Veterinary Surgeon


Mina began working in the UK in 2019 gaining a lot of valuable experience in Small Animal practice, which included overseeing everyday cases and out of hours emergency and critical care patients. Since joining the Mead team Mina has continued her impressive professional development by undertaking a Small Animal Surgery Certificate and Feline Medicine Certificate. As a valued member of our team Mina enjoys working up cases with her colleagues and exchanging clinical opinions on more complex cases. You can sometimes see Mina in our day service helping her team.

Although she doesn’t own a cat at present, she recently lost her beloved feline companion after 18 adventurous years, Mina loves taking care of cats and has made it her life goal to help as many as she can so they can live long and healthy lives.

Outside of the vet surgery Mina enjoys cooking for her friends and colleagues!

Veterinary Surgeon


Veterinary Surgeon

Luis MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon

Nursing Team

Lead Surgical Nurse


Amy started working in the industry as a kennel nurse and a receptionist at 15 while doing GCSEs and then A levels.

After A levels went on to do a degree in animal behaviour and welfare before deciding, she wanted to be a veterinary nurse. Became a VCA and then an SVN.

Amy qualified in 2020 and was head nurse in a small independent practice for a year before being offered an opportunity to work in a referral hospital in which she jumped at the chance of taking. Amy worked in referral for 1.5 years and enjoyed every moment of learning.

In 2022, she started at Mead working alongside our surgical vet as a surgical nurse doing orthopaedic, soft tissue, emergency surgery as well as imaging. Although I enjoy all aspects of the job.

Amy is a clinical coach and has 2 students in which she is helping them get through their studies to become an RVN.

Amy is also completing an advanced diploma in anaesthesia and analgesia, which she is hoping to complete this year.

She has a keen interest in exotic species and hopes to complete a certificate in exotics afterwards.

Registered Veterinary Nurse


Sarah started working at mead vets when she was just 15 years of age as a kennel assistant.

She left Mead to attend college. She qualified as an RVN in April 2008 and returned to work for Mead in May 2009.

Sarah has a particular interest in anaesthesia and exotic nursing and has also completed a certificate in cat behaviour (ISFM), making her a pro with our cat patients.

Out of work, Sarah has a very busy lifestyle caring for her 4 boys, 2 cats, 1 hamster, and 14 Guinea pigs.

Student Veterinary Nurse

Megan A

Megan’s journey in the field began back in 2018 when she started working as a Veterinary Care Assistant.

Prior to that, at the age of 19, she volunteered at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home and spent weekends assisting at a local veterinary clinic.

Megan is currently in her second year of studying veterinary nursing.

Upon completion of her studies, she aspires to specialise in physiotherapy within the veterinary field

Student Nurse


Carly started her journey into the veterinary industry in 2010 as a receptionist, working her way up to a qualified Vca.

Prior to working in a vets carly worked for a rescue where she hand reared kittens and puppies. Animals were always a big love , she holds certificate in feline behaviour and dog grooming

In 2022, carly started working for Mead vets, which fast became a 24-hour hospital, giving her lots more experience and passion to pursue her career further.

With the backing of all the team carly resat her gsces and in April 2024 finally enrolled into college to train as a RVN, a step she has always wanted to take but never had the confidence or support until now.

Carly has a big love for large breed dogs , snakes, and most exotics but does have a fear of birds.

Veterinary Care Assistant


Kerry has been at Mead since September 2022. Prior to this, Kerry worked at our sister practice as a VCA. Kerry has a particular interest in nursing wildlife and helps injured wildlife rehabilitate through helping with her daughter’s rescue.


Registered Veterinary Nurse


Jasmine began her nursing career as a patient care assistant via the apprentice route in 2017 after studying digital photography at university.

Jasmine qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in January 2021, and she has worked in a variety of different roles, such as practice coordinator, head nurse, and clinical supervisor. Jasmine is comfortable working within general practice and also in hospital environments.

She has a keen interest in medical nursing, feline medicine, and emergency and critical care.

Veterinary Care Assistant


Registered Veterinary Nurse

Gabriel RVN

His journey as a vet nurse started in 2012 when he joined the university at Instituto Politécnico de Viseu in Portugal. Starting his career in a small practice, he completed his degree in 2015. Initially, he spent over a year in a small practice before transitioning to a referral hospital, where he developed a special affection for the Emergency and Critical Care aspect of nursing.

In 2019, driven by his ambitions, he made the move to the UK to further develop his nursing skills. Since then, he has been working in a variety of settings, including first opinion practices and out-of-hours services.

As a nurse, his primary interests lie in emergencies, critical care, and surgeries.

Outside of work, his favorite hobbies include sports, music, and traveling.


Alison has been working within the veterinary industry for 30 years or more.

She joined Mead in 2023 as an experienced VCA.

Previous to mead, Alison has shared her experience in 5 other surgeries.

Alison loves all aspects of her job but particularly loves not knowing what’s coming through the door next.

Alison is a mum to her 11-year-old son, a 6-year-old working spaniel and a 16-year-old British blue cat.

In her spare time is loves the outdoor working and gardening.

Support Team

Practice Manager


Stacey started work in the Veterinary world in 1992 and she qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 1999. Shortly afterwards she became Head nurse in a very busy high level orthopaedic referral practice. After 10 years she became practice manager and oversaw the entire running of the hospital. In 2018 Stacey undertook the Certificate in Practice Management and joined us at DNA in 2019.

Stacey has always had a massive passion for any size of animal from hamsters to horses! She has quite often taken pets that need a home during a day at work and has a rescue cat called Neville & a crazy Staffie called Dennis.

Head Receptionist


Veterinary Receptionist