Vet Connect newsletter – Issue 3
22nd July 2022
Welcome to the third edition of Vet Connect. In this issue, we focus on internal medicine and present a Q&A session with Callum Patterson, veterinary surgeon at Pines Veterinary Clinic in Maidenhead, and Feline Specialist, Sam Taylor, who has been instrumental in introducing a new, legal treatment for FIP to the UK.
Welcoming new team members
We would also like to extend a warm welcome to new team members, RCVS and EBVS® European Specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology, MVDr Renata Stavinohova, and RCVS and European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (soft tissue), Faye Swinbourne.
Renata is looking forward to working alongside ophthalmologist, Denise Moore, growing the service and continuing to deliver world-class Specialist ophthalmology care. She has a particular interest in ophthalmic microsurgery, neuro-ophthalmology, ocular manifestation of systemic disease and inherited eye diseases.
Faye Swinbourne joins us as Head of Soft Tissue Surgery, in June. She has a keen interest in all aspects of soft tissue surgery and a particular interest in thoracic and abdominal emergency surgery. Faye will be working alongside Lissie Henderson, Veronique Livet and surgical resident Francesco Gemignani in delivering an exceptional service to our referring vets and pet owners.
We continue to welcome your feedback and suggestions as to how we can assist our colleagues in general practice. Please feel free to contact us with feedback and suggestions.
Thank you for your continued support.
Colin Driver and Tim Sparrow
For our third edition of Vet Connect our focus is Internal Medicine:
- Meet the Internal Medicine Team team
- Internal Medicine case report
- Clinical Q&A: FIP in cats