Ophthalmology TEAM

Dr Keri-Lee Dobbie heads up the Ophthalmology service at Southfields. Keri-Lee has a professional interest in autoimmune retinopathies and in performing corneal and intraocular surgery. As well as small animals, she is also passionate about wildlife ophthalmology and has conducted research in chimpanzees, rhinos and big cats. Our Ophthalmology services are supported by our multi-disciplinary team of specialists and clinicians, with our nursing and patient care assistant teams providing 24-hour care for any ophthalmology patients who need to stay with us while receiving treatment.

Amber Cooke

Ophthalmology Registered Veterinary Nurse

RVN, BSc BVS, RCH, ISFM Cert Feline Nursing, RVN

Amber qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2014 and started her career at a busy 24 hour hospital. In September 2018, Amber decided to go travelling for three months before starting her role here at Southfields. Amber has a keen interest in feline nursing and emergency care.

Outside of work, Amber enjoys hiking in Scotland, horse riding and spending time with her family and cats.

Sharron Ward

Ophthalmology Patient Care Assistant


Sharron has been a part of Southfields since 2015 and has 20+ years experience working in the veterinary industry.
She began working as a receptionist, but has since progressed to work in a variety of roles that involve being more hands on with animals and has completed diplomas in Animal Welfare, Ethics, & Law and Herpetology.

Outside work, Sharron enjoys wildlife photography and crafts. She lives with Pixie the cat, Shelley the tortoise, and a white budgie named Angel.