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Formerly VRCC

+44 (0)1268 564664

24 hour veterinary and nursing care

+44 (0)1268 564664

24 hour veterinary and nursing care

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Dr Susan North

BSc (Hons) PhD, DVM, DipACVIM (Medical Oncology) Dip ACVR Dip ECVIM-CA MRCVS

RCVS Specialist in Oncology
European Specialist in Medicine
Specialist in Radiation Oncology

Susan is the most highly qualified and the most experienced Veterinary Oncologist in the UK, seeing 100’s of cases every year.

After obtaining her PhD in 1982 from the University of London at the Royal Marsden Hospital, Susan became Assistant Professor in the department of Tumour Biology at MD Anderson Cancer Centre Hospital in Houston Texas, before deciding to move into Veterinary Medicine. She received her DVM from Texas A&M and completed a residency in Oncology at the New York AMC. Susan is boarded in Medical and Radiation Oncology.

In 2002 Susan established VRCC, installing the first Linear Accelerator for Radiotherapy treatment in a private centre in Europe. Susan treats patients, many from other referral centres, from all over the UK, referred to us for the latest and most advanced treatments.


Slavomira Necova


Resident in Oncology

Slavomira graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine in Košice, Slovakia in July 2009. At university she completed the Erasmus exchange programme in Lyon, France. Following graduation, Slavomira worked in general practice in Slovakia for two years.

In 2011, Slavomira moved to the UK and worked in a first opinion practice in Wales and then in Nottingham. She joined our team in December 2012 on a rotating internship and developed a strong interest in Oncology. Slavomira completed her rotating internship and is currently our Oncology Resident.

Slavomira has a lovely rescue dog called Orieta, whom she likes to take on hikes in the countryside.

Begoña-Pons Gil

Begoña Pons Gil



Begoña graduated with honours from CEU Cardenal Herrera University (Valencia, Spain) in June 2010. After her graduation, she worked in general practice for three years and completed a rotating internship in a referral hospital in Spain, where she developed a strong interest in oncology. Begoña then worked in the Oncology department of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and in October 2015, she moved to UK to pursue her career goal of becoming medical oncology specialist. Last year she completed different externships in referrals, whilst working in general practice in Essex.

In her free time, Begoña has a lovely dog called Godo, whom she likes to take on hikes in the countryside. She also enjoys travelling and spending time with her friends and family.

Claire-Digby Maloney

Claire Digby Maloney


Radiotherapy Technician

Claire qualified in 2003 after studying at the College of Animal Welfare. She worked for many years at a veterinary group, primarily in the hospital at Wanstead and then in their branches. Claire joined our team in February 2012 as a shift nurse, and she became a radiotherapy technician in 2013.

Outside work, Claire has an interest in reading a variety of literature, travelling, studying languages, cooking, the gym and aerial sports.


Emma McGuinness


Radiotherapy Technician

Emma qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2008 and worked in general practice in various roles. After completing her A1 assessor award, NVQ2 in business and management and the Royal Canin PHC, Emma joined our team in 2015, which gave her the opportunity to have a change from general practice and learn more about oncology and how radiation can help cancer patients.

Outside of work Emma loves to travel, going to the gym and spend time with family and friends.