The VetPartners Clinical Board supports the clinical teams working in our practices to define and constantly improve standards of care to ensure the outcomes for our patients, clients and people are the best they can be.

Brings clinical communities together, across all species and disciplines, through our species boards and special interest groups, to harness clinical experience and expertise from our diverse group of practices.

The VetPartners Clinical Board delivers the clinical excellence strategy for VetPartners and ensures we meet the professional, legal and regulatory standards required.

Species Boards

We have three species boards of 10 people that represent the diversity of our clinical teams and include RVNs, vet techs, practice managers, our lab team members as well as vets including new grads, general practitioners and specialists.

The central clinical board team support the work and activities of our clinical boards and special interest groups.
Small Animal Clinical Board (SACB)
Chair

Caroline Scobie 
Westway Veterinary Group

Deputy

Louise Mallinson 
Beechwood Veterinary Group

Members

Jacqueline Cole 

St Peters Vets

 

Jade Kadhim -

 Wilsons Veterinary Group

 

Lisa Winter 

Tower Veterinary Group

 

Luke Cottis 

Hampden Veterinary Hospital

 

Peter O’Hagan 

Aireworth Vets

 

Philippa Richmond 

Willows Veterinary Group

Equine Clinical Board (ECB)
Members

Joe Mackinder

Rainbow Equine Hospital

Andy Durham

Liphook Equine Hospital


Laura McGillicuddy
Hampden Equine Hospital

Cameron Roberts

Galedin Equine Hospital


Kayleigh Ellis
Liphook Equine Hospital


Sara Vaux
Kings Bounty Equine Practice


Camilla Scott
Rossdales Equine Hospital


Jack Ashby
Equivet Veterinary Services

Production Animal Clinical Board (PACB)
Chair

Tamsin Harris-Bryant
Penbode Vets

Deputy

Colin Greer
Abbey Veterinary Group

Members

Ami Sawran

Westpoint Farm Vets

 

Andrew Henderson

LLM Farm Vets

 

Bill May

LLM Farm Vets

 

John Hayden

Garth Pig Practice

 

Sarah Taylor

Hampden Veterinary Hospital

 

Holly Shearman

Westpoint Farm Vets

 

Tonia Simms

Westpoint Farm Vets

Chair

Russell Parker
Liphook Equine Hospital

Deputy

Julia Shrubb
Ashbrook Equine Hospital

Special Interest Groups

Our special interest groups are at the heart of the clinical board and enable people with similar clinical interests to share knowledge, skills, experience, and expertise across the group.

SACB 

Behaviour
 

Brachycephalics
 

Dentistry
 

ECC
 

Exotics and wildlife
 

Feline focus
 

Infection control
 

Internal medicine
 

Ophthalmology
 

Orthopaedic
 

Surgery
 

Osteoarthritis
 

Preventative healthcare and client communication

Rabbits

Soft tissue surgery

ECB

Client experience
 

Competition
 

Legislation and welfare
 

Dentistry
 

Internal medicine
 

Orthopaedics and lameness
 

Racing
 

Stud medicine
 

Surgery and wounds

PACB

Beef
 

Camelids

Farmer engagement

Infectious disease

Mobility

Nutrition

Paraprofessionals

Pigs

Poultry

Reproduction

Sheep

TB

Udder health

VPS

Youngstock

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Our clinical communities drive and inform clinical board activities. Join our Special interest groups and find out more about the boards by emailing: clinical.board@vetpartners.co.uk

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Quality Improvement is a key activity that the whole team can get involved with to improve care for the future of our people, our clients, and the animals we treat. Quality Improvement is about making things better together, get involved by emailing: clinical.board@vetpartners.co.uk

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Clinical Research and Innovation is vital to ensure we constantly improve the evidence base for decision making and ensure we are a great, interesting place to work. We deliver and participate in all different kinds of clinical research projects to find out more please contact us at: clinical.board@vetpartners.co.uk

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Clinical Learning and Development is part of our work within the clinical board, we inform, create and deliver material through VetPartners Learning. This is not just traditional forms of clinical CPD but novel activities that enable our teams to deliver the best care they can.

For all the clinical board support documents, research and clinical training.