At Parish Lane Vets our professional team of vets and nurses care passionately about animals and treat every patient as a sentient being. Every member of our team is hand selected for their compassion and ability to go above and beyond for our clients. They have the skills to provide a timely diagnosis and first-class veterinary treatment.
Qualifying in Dublin in 2013, Corina joined our busy Vet Team in early January 2019 after spending many of her practising years gaining a huge amount of experience in both medicine and surgery in South London.
Considered one of South London’s best all round General Practitioner vets, Corina is a both an excellent advanced sonographer (ultrasound) and a highly competent soft tissue surgeon. Currently undertaking a further certificate to gain an advanced veterinary qualification specifically in surgery, Corina can often be found in theatre at both our Mayow Veterinary Surgery and our hospital in Streatham Hill.
Being an OV Practioner means Corina is available to give advice and issue passports/export certificates to small animal companions wanting to travel.
Melania joins us this Autumn after working in South London for the past 4 years. Grading in 2012 from Italy, Melania is an excellent GP Vet with a passion for being in the operating theatre. Continuing to progress to a higher level of surgery, Melania is currently studying towards a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons post-graduate certificate in Small Animal Surgery and can often be found studying to further her already excellent knowledge in this particular field. Further qualification will mean that operations some veterinary surgeries would need to refer to another clinic, Melania will be able to perform at both Mayow and Parish Lane Vets. Loving all companion animals, Melania has her very own gorgeous cat, Milu and enjoys living locally with her partner. Away from the surgeries Melania enjoys travelling, reading and skiing.
Rachel is our very own Royal Veterinary College graduate and has been practising in London since 2016. Since joining us in 2018 Rachel has furthered her keen interest in ultrasound and developing her cardiac scanning ability, complimenting her passion for taking medicine cases forward when they require further investigation!
Having a very keen interest in client care and relationships, Rachel loves nothing more than being in consult. There’s no hiding in theatre for Rachel, however, she still very much enjoys time for routine and soft tissue surgery.
Away from the surgery Rachel’s interests are travelling around Asia, America and Africa, rock climbing and art.
Elsa graduated from Liverpool Vet School in 2018, Veterinary Medicine being her second degree having initially undertaken BioVeterinary Science at the Royal Veterinary College. Elsa’s first position was at a busy hospital in Essex which included copious amounts of emergency consultations and surgery giving her plenty of experience with a wide variety of cases. Although Elsa enjoys meeting new patients and caring for returning cases, she has a particular interest in performing surgery and is looking forward to gaining more experience in theatre, assisting in many of our more complex procedures. Elsa takes a lot of joy from working together with clients to provide the best care we can for their furry family members. ] Outside of veterinary life, Elsa’s happy place is her kitchen, where she enjoys trying out new recipes and hosting fabulous dinner parties for friends.
Elsa BSc (ONS) BVSc.MRCVS:Veterinary Surgeon
Wendy has been the welcoming face here at Parish Lane Vets for over 10 years! Wendy has a keen interest in dog behaviour and training. When she is not taking care of Parish Lane clients and pets she enjoys walks with her husband and Archie their French bulldog.
Emily is currently in the final year of studying veterinary nursing at Central College of Animal Studies. She have worked in veterinary practices for the last 5 years and have developed a keen interest in inpatient care and ultrasonography. Through college she have had the opportunity to learn to handle many exotic animals from baby corn snakes to tree frogs. In the future Emily hopes to work with more exotic animals through their increasing popularity. In her free time, Emily enjoys spending time at the gym or looking after her dog and adoptive chinchilla.
Lauren trained at the Royal Veterinary College, where she studied the BSc Honours degree in Veterinary Nursing. She qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2011 and has experience in private, referral and charity veterinary nursing. Lauren worked as a Senior Nurse at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home for four years and joined us in early 2017 as our Regional Head Nurse.
Lauren is now Practice Manager, which blends her management and nursing training. Incredibly she has even managed to find time to study for a certificate in Emergency and Critical Care!
Lauren has fostered dogs and cats from Battersea and has hand-reared orphan puppies and kittens. Lauren is also proud mum to Albert the cat.