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Saturday 10.00am to 1:00pm
Sunday & Bank Holidays (see Crowthorne)
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Jonathan is the Branch Partner at our Yateley surgery; he qualified in 1991 from Bristol University and has previously worked in Guildford, Surrey and Swaffham, Norfolk.
He has General Practitioner Certificates in Small Animal Practice and Feline Practice and has become very skilled at endoscopy and keyhole surgical techniques. He performs keyhole spays on a regular basis, it being popular with clients and patients alike, and receives referrals from practices in surrounding areas for this service.
Jonathan is married with three daughters and his hobbies include swimming, running, playing the piano and guitar and reading.
Mark has worked at Kynoch Vets since 1996. He graduated from Edinburgh University in 1988 and previously worked at the Margate Veterinary Hospital in Kent.
Mark has a Certificate in Small Animal Cardiology, acquired in 1991 whilst working in Kent. This has enabled him to accept internal and external referral cases since 1991. Diagnosing and looking after heart cases is his vocation within a vocation.
In his spare time Mark is an active member of his local Baptist Church. He is married to Ros and they have twin boys, Thomas and Philip who were born in 1994. They have two cats – Sabrina a female Ragdoll, and Leonard (read his story here) both ‘rescued’ due to having a heart murmur, – perhaps ideally owned by a vet experienced in cardiology! Mark has written a Photobook about his previous cat Chica here.
Mark’s major outside interest is researching late 1960’s to 1970’s Formula One Grand Prix cars, and then scratch building models of these cars in 1/12 scale and writing about / photographing them. You can learn more about it by visiting www.mrof1engineering.co.uk.
Charlotte joined Kynoch Vets in 2018 having qualified from Glasgow in 2008. Previously she worked at the Institute for Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences at the University of Glasgow. Her interests lie in Cardiology, microsurgery and diagnostic imaging.
Outside of work she likes running and swimming and is an advocate for diversity and inclusion, especially LGBTIQ rights/equality.
She is engaged to Natalie and they’re getting married in May 2019. Her cat, Moses is a black moggy who is very willful!
Alicia Murfitt RVN – Head Vet Nurse
Jo Wells RVN – Registered Vet Nurse
Flo Humphries – Student Veterinary Nurse
Danielle Jackson – Patient Care Assistant
Jeanie Brown – Reception Manager