156 Barkham Road
Tel: 0118 979 0551
Opening Hours (7 days a week)
Monday – Sunday 8:00am – 7:00pm
Consultations by appointment
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Nadia is a Branch Partner at our Wokingham Surgery having moved across from our Crowthorne Surgery in September 2018. She qualified in 1995. Her special interests are in feline medicine, abdominal ultrasound and Acupuncture.
Nadia enjoys skiing, going to the gym, spinning and shopping. Nadia describes her husband Franco as handsome and fun and they have a cat called Naike who is a gorgeous, beautiful grey and white female who is their baby!
David is a Branch Partner at our Wokingham surgery having moved from our Easthampstead surgery in December 2018. 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!).
Chloe qualified at Cambridge University in 2017 and joined Kynoch Vets shortly thereafter.
She enjoys all aspects of veterinary science but is developing an interest in complex medical cases, especially neurology. She hopes to develop her ultrasonography skills too over the coming years. Outside of work, she enjoys cooking, playing the piano and travelling.
Chloe grew up in New Malden, Southwest London, and is looking forward to filling her new home with pets!
Irina qualified at the University of Iasi, Romania in 2010 and worked in three different small animal practices before coming to the UK.
Internal Medicine, cytology (looking at cells under a microscope), diagnostic imaging (xrays and ultrasound scans) and electrodiagnosis of neuromuscular disorders are among her specific interests.
Outside of work she loves cooking for friends & family, reading and listening to music as well as knitting. (Essentially, any activity that involves chilling with her cat or close friends!). When she’s feeling more energetic, you’ll find her swimming or playing volleyball or tennis.
She is hoping to bring her own rescue cat, Mississippi (‘Mitchu’), currently living with sister in France, to the UK.
Andrea Wicks RVN – Head Veterinary Nurse
Kayleigh Sanders – Student Vet Nurse
Jessica Paine RVN – Registered Vet Nurse
Charlotte Smithson RVN – Registered Vet Nurse
Lizzie Dodgson – Student Vet Nurse
Hayley Fordyce RVN – Registered Vet Nurse
Emily Wyatt – Patient Care Assistant
Jade Calcutt – Reception Manager