Rosie joined Eye Veterinary Clinic in 2015, having worked in a busy referral hospital where she gained her interest in ophthalmology. Rosie enjoys all aspects of nursing but has a particular interest in anaesthesia and analgesia. In 2017, Rosie became our Health & Safety Officer and she keeps us all on our toes to make sure that EVC is a safe and healthy work environment!
Rosie’s hobbies include working her two black Labradors Zazu and Bacchus, keeping fit and gin!
Zazu, pictured above, is the most handsome Labrador boy and he loves coming to work and hanging out with his friends!
What clients think about us
What wonderful staff my little mate who has been blind for 5 weeks was with them on Wednesday for his operation, after 5 very stressful, weeks for him and even for stressful for me, this morning I believe he can now see me again he woke this morning eyes wide open and a lovely sparkle in his face and I swear he was grinning at me I can’t thank John, Karen and the brilliant nurses and staff enough.
Can’t thank everyone here enough for everything they have done for Marley. He went blind just over a month ago with diabetic cataracts in both eyes, he is only 3. Ramona has been amazing from his first assessment all the way to his surgery yesterday. We will be forever grateful to you for giving him his sight back. Amazing practice and amazing people!
Would highly recommend! We had 3 visits and everytime they were really thorough and explained everything carefully to us and we felt that the health and wellbeing of our dog was their top priority. It’s well organised and it’s set in beautiful, well maintained surroundings. Thank you so much to all the staff xx
Excellent service, so grateful for all they do for our furry baby very helpful and friendly staff. Set in a beautiful location.
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