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Job Type: Nurse

Nick Ellis, Acorn Veterinary Centre

Nick Ellis

Nick used to be a graphic designer but didn’t enjoy life behind a computer so followed his heart to work with animals. He has a SQP qualification and is currently studying for a BSc Hons degree in Veterinary Nursing at Harper Adams university. He currently…

Lucy Hilton

Lucy Hilton

Lucy graduated from Liverpool John Moores University in 2010 after studying Zoology. She joined Acorn in 2017 and is currently in her first year of Veterinary Nurse training. Lucy has a keen interest in dogs. In her spare time, she likes to keep active by…

Lauren May Ellis

Lauren May Ellis

Lauren is part of the nursing team at Acorn Veterinary Centre and has completed a level 3 Animal Care Qualification at Leahurst Small Animal Hospital. At home, Lauren has an impressive collection of 4 horses, 2 dogs, 2 cats, 2 tortoises, 2 lizards and 3…

Stef Bendrau

Stef Bendrau

Stef graduated from the University of Chester in 2009 after studying Animal Behaviour and Welfare and then turned her attention to veterinary nursing in 2011. Stef qualified in 2016 from Chestergates Nursing School and joined Acorn in 2018 after working at another small animal practice…

Stephanie Roche

Stephanie Roche

Steph graduated from Myerscough College in 2012 with a level 3 diploma in Veterinary Nursing. Steph then spent time working for the PDSA in Aberdeen before moving back to the Wirral and joining Acorn Veterinary Centre. Steph has a keen interest in surgical cases, perioperative…

Emma Kinsey

Emma Kinsey

Emma graduated in 2008 with a National Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre before turning her attention to the other love of her life – animals. She has a very affectionate black cat called Snoop and 2 greedy guinea pigs called Peanut and Beanz and adopted a…

Rachel Williams

Rachel Williams

Rachel qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2018  after completing her training whilst working at Acorn Veterinary Surgery. She really enjoys being part of the Acorn family, especially as they all work together for a common cause – the love of animals! At home, Rachel…

Hannah Nash

Hannah Nash

Hannah graduated as a nurse in 2015 from Harper Adams University. Hannah enjoys all aspects of her job but really finds satisfaction in nursing critical patients back to full health. She is also the international cat friendly advocate for the practice. Hannah enjoys walks with…

Kim Checkley

Kim Checkley

Kim has worked at Acorn Vets since 2007 and qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2011. Kim has an interest in all things cats and advocates feline friendly nursing. In her time away from work, Kim enjoys spending time with her two children and…

Gemma Moore

Gemma Moore

Gemma is one of our longest standing members of staff, she began in 1995 and became a qualified Veterinary Nurse in 2000. Gemma has a keen interest in Rabbits – at home, Gemma has a bunny called Alice.

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