Easthampstead Veterinary Centre – Bracknell

The Green
Rectory Lane
RG12 7BG
Tel: 01344 456 033
Email: easthampstead@kynochvets.co.uk

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday 8:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday 10:30am – 1:00pm
Sunday & Bank Holidays (see Crowthorne)

Consultations by appointment

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Veterinary surgeon, David

David Potter


David is the Branch Partner at our Easthampstead clinic. He graduated from Liverpool University in 2001 and joined Kynoch Vets in 2008. He enjoys all aspects of surgery, particularly orthopaedics and holds a GP Certificate in Small Animal Surgery as well as Advanced Veterinary Practitioner status.
Before choosing to follow a veterinary career, David took a degree in physics. He is married to Vicki and they have three young children and the two most beautiful cats in the world (he claims!).

Wokingham - Ben

Ben Middleton

BVSc GPCert(Ophthal) MRCVS

Ben qualified at Bristol in 2002. He became a Partner at Kynoch Vets in January 2011, and his work involves a varied general practitioner caseload, and he enjoys problem solving, in particular the identification and treatment of chronic oral pain. Ben practices quality dentistry including radiography and local anesthesia, and intends to develop this, taking advantage of numerous internal referrals. He is also interested in the surgical management of corneal disease, and has completed a postgraduate qualification in Ophthalmology. As such he treats a number of more complicated eye conditions with advanced surgical techniques.

In his spare time Ben dances Cuban Salsa, and enjoys kayaking and cycling when he is not busy renovating his house or spending time with his family.

Ben is married to Liz who is a solicitor. They have 2 young daughters, Lola and Simone, and a son, Reuben.

Kynoch Vets

Kristina Olsinarova


Kristina qualified in 2014 and previously worked at world-renowned Fitzpatrick Referrals, as well as Haven Vets in Great Yarmouth. Her particular interest lies in orthopaedics and surgery, together with diagnostic imaging.
Outside of work she enjoys horse-riding and hiking.
At home she has an American Bulldog called Cody who is her ‘little’ (not-so-little) sweetheart and a ‘naughty torti’ cat called Cookie. They are her best friends forever!


Jessica Taylor RVN – Head Veterinary Nurse
Hayley Fordyce RVN – Registered Vet Nurse
Emma Cope – Student Veterinary Nurse
Jessica Lamont – Student Veterinary Nurse
Courteney Elkins – Patient Care Assistant


Sue Urry – Reception Manager
Krysia Gryzb

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