Meet the Haven Veterinary Group Team

Haven Veterinary Group employs 32 people including 10 vets whose combined experience in small animals, large animals and exotics exceeds 135 years.

 

Jim
Jim Morris is the Clinical Director
who joined the practice in 1991. He has been working with pigs for over twenty years and has a wealth of experience in this field. In addition, Jim also brings his experience to the small animal team at both of our practices and has an interest in exotic species.
Mandy Amanda Dobbs (Mandy) – Practice Manager, Mandy qualified as a small animal veterinary nurse in 2009 and joined the practice in 2011 as Head Nurse. Mandy is a dedicated small animal nurse who enjoys all aspects of nursing, including exotic species. She also has a passion for horses and loves to help out on the equine side if needed. In 2016 Mandy was promoted to Practice Manager.
Idonea
Idonea Pickering (Do)
 has been with the practice for more than 30 years in many different departments. She splits her time between small animal and farm/equine work. Idonea has a wealth of experience in keeping animals and can offer clients practical advice and how to avoid the pitfalls of animal care.
Antony Antony Bada joined the practice in 2011 after graduating in Poland in 2007.  He enjoys soft tissue surgery, cardiology and veterinary ophthalmology.  Antony is the lead vet at Holderness Road. 2014 saw Antony achieve a General Practitioner certificate in Ophthalmology awarded by the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ESVPS) after two years of studying.
Rachel Robinson
Laura  Laura Clubley graduated from University of Edinburgh in July 2015, and has come back to the area having been brought up on a local pig farm to join the practice to work on both the small animal and equine sides.  Outside of work Laura can often be found practising at the clay pigeon shooting ground.
Kim
Kim Barrow 
is from Hedon who graduated from Liverpool University in 2012 and joined the practice shortly after. She is a dedicated small animal vet who has a keen interest in exotics, further developed during a field trip to India where she saw many different species first-hand
Liz Elisabeth Pocock (Liz) graduated in 2007 from Liverpool University. Liz joined the practice as a mixed practice vet with a 50/50 split between small animal and farm/equine but chose to become a dedicated small animal vet in 2013. A professional attitude coupled with a keen eye for detail makes Liz one of our senior vets.
Daniel
Daniel Dzunda
joined the practice in 2013 after graduating in Slovakia in 2005. He is fluent in Slovak, Czech, Polish & English. He joined the practice as a mixed vet and splits his time 50/50 between large and small animal work. Daniel has spent time in mixed practice in Slovakia and the UK, as well as working for six years in the UK Public Health & Veterinary sector.
Jordan Sinclair
Hanna Selfelt

IMG_7074 Hedon Client Care Team

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Carol, Sandra, Karen, Judy

Between the team they have worked for Haven for 80+ years (round of applause please!)

Karen also “doubles up” as a Veterinary Nurse when needed

  Large Animal Office Client Care Team

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Kerrie and Debbie

 

Holderness Road Client Care Team

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Anne, Tracy & Cheryl

Like Haven Hedon, between the team they have worked for Haven for many years (round of applause please!)

The Haven Veterinary Group Nursing Staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hayley – Team Leader

 

 

 

 

  

  

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