After completing A-levels, Daniel began a career as a Veterinary Nurse, and after completing his training, qualified as an RVN in 2007. He became Head Nurse at a large 24-hour veterinary hospital in East London, before progressing to the role of Hospitals Manager for Village Vet Group. Daniel became Operations Manager and Academy Principal at a large referral centre and training academy in Cambridgeshire, before joining our team in 2017 to take up the role of Operations Manager.
Daniel holds the A1/V1 Clinical Coach qualifications, Level 3 in British Sign Language and is currently completing a Chartered Management Institute Level 7 qualification in Strategic Leadership. He also sits on the project board for Vet Futures, an organisation set up by the British Veterinary Association and the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons to help deliver the very best for animal health and welfare, the public and the veterinary profession.
When he’s not at work, Daniel plays the drums in a band, does a lot of running (he’s training for his next marathon!) and enjoys spending time with his family and his dog, Trevor.
Sarah worked as a weekend kennel hand in a local boarding kennels, before joining our team as an Evening Receptionist in 2005. In 2006, she decided to go to Australia for 6 months and her mother kept her evening role open for her.
Upon her return, Sarah became a full time member of our reception team and eventually became the Senior Receptionist. Sarah’s role changed again in December 2017 when she was promoted to Operations Assistant and then to Operations Manager in 2020.
In her spare time, Sarah shows her family’s Field Spaniels and is also a volunteer dog trainer at a local training school. She also enjoys going to the gym. At home, Sarah has a golden Cocker Spaniel called Pippa, who keeps her very busy!
RVN, ILM Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management
Head of Nursing Services
Nicola qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2009 while working at a busy 24-hour Veterinary Hospital in East London. She has a keen interest in anaesthesia and ECC and, following qualification, she held the roles of Orthopaedic Nurse and Charge Nurse before progressing to the position of Nursing Managing in 2014. In 2019, Nicola successfully completed her ILM Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management.
Nicola owns a classic VW Campervan and enjoys socialising with other VW enthusiasts.
She has two rescue dogs, Harry and Winston, and loves to spend her weekends walking the dogs in Epping Forest with family and friends.
Business Relationship Manager
Lindsey qualified as a vet in 2009 at the University of Ghent, Belgium. She worked in first line small animal practice after her degree in Kent. Lindsey wanted to pursue a different direction with her career and so she is delighted to start at Southfields as a Business Relationship Manager.
Lindsey spends her spare time looking after her two children, as well as her two cats Harry and Leo. She enjoys cooking, baking and pilates.
Kerry joined Southfields in August 2019 as our People Coordinator, after previously working in customer care for 18 years. Prior to coming to Southfields, Kerry worked in HR support for 3 years.
At home, Kerry lives with her son Ryan and her German Shepherd x Akita, Chunk. In her spare time, Kerry enjoys making chocolate bouquets and sweet treats. She enjoys writing short stories, eating out with friends and watching shows.
Client Care Manager
Before joining our team, Jessica qualified as a hairdresser and worked in a salon after leaving school. She left the salon in 2013 and worked as a self-employed hairdresser, whilst also working in a supermarket. She now works full time as our Early Receptionist.
Jessica lives at home with her family’s 9 Spaniels and 1 cat. She is the younger sister of our Operations Assistant, Sarah and daughter of our Saturday Receptionist, Susan.
Emma Cherelle Egan
Canine Behaviour Training Diploma (Distinction)
Emma joined Southfields Veterinary Specialists in November 2020. Prior to this she had been working in the animal care industry for almost 5 years.
Emma’s passion for animals began when she was 10 years old, when she joined and became a key member of an animal rights group that took a petition to parliament to make the microchipping of dogs law, as is the case today. She completed A-Levels in History, Geography and English and more recently an online canine behaviour diploma course to further the existing knowledge she had gained working at a busy boarding kennel and cattery.
In her spare time, Emma enjoys going to the gym, doing yoga, cooking and baking. She’s also a very keen swimmer.
Chloe joined the Client Care team at Southfields in February 2021.
She has over 3 years’ experience working in a retail customer care environment.
In her spare time Chloe really enjoys making things and learning new skills – over lockdown, she learnt to crochet. She also enjoys reading, baking, dog walking and most of all a bit of reality TV!
Client Care Assistant
Sam has many years experience in administration and customer service and joined our Administration Team in 2017 as a Receptionist.
When she’s not on duty at Southfields, Sam loves spending time with her son, Charlie, and her dog, Daisy. She has a walk-through bird aviary and many chickens who all get lots of fuss and attention.
Jade joined Southfields in June 2019 as our Pharmacy Assistant. Previous to joining Southfields Jade worked as a pharmacy assistant in a high street pharmacy for almost three years. During this time she earned an NVQ Level 2 in Pharmacy Skills. She also won best of the best in healthcare for the area of Essex in 2017.
In her spare time, Jade enjoys going for long walks and running. She also loves to go on holiday, travelling to Australia, Bali and USA. During her college years, Jade studied Travel and Tourism and Cabin Crew course. She has two Guinea Pigs called Merry and Pippin.
Client Care Assistant
Kathryn joined the Client Care Team at Southfields in January 2020. She has a huge passion for exploring around the globe and went away travelling for three years, she then lived in Australia for two.
She has two family cats called Millie and Lucy who she loves very much and visits regularly at her family home in Manchester.
Her creativeness was articulated when she joined Oxford School of Drama for a year. Her dexterity of acting was presented in many theatrical productions over the years.
Of a weekend, Kathryn tends to enjoy many walks; exploring the tranquil areas around her home. She also often appreciates catching up with the friends made over the years and from around the world.
Insurance Claims Handler
Emma joined Southfields in March 2020 as one of our Insurance Claims Handlers.
Emma has worked in the veterinary industry for the last 6 years and has always wanted to work with animals since a young age.
In her spare time Emma enjoys creative hobbies, like drawing and making decorative wreaths. She is also an avid horror and thriller fan.
Emma has two cats and two dogs who she likes to spoil!
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