At Mayow 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.
Rachel is our very own Royal 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! Rachel began her certificate in advanced ultrasound in 2021.
Having a very keen interest in client care and relationships, Rachel loves nothing more than being in consult with both regular and new pets – 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 interest are travelling around Asia, America and Africa, rock climbing and art.
Rachel usually works Monday to Friday. Book your appointment to see wonderful Rachel.
Eliza joined Mayow Vets in September 2022. She graduated from Bristol University in 2020 and has worked in London since.
At work, Eliza enjoys various soft tissue surgeries and is keen on gaining more experience in orthopaedics. Apart from being in the operating theatre Eliza enjoys other aspects of veterinary general practice including dermatology and working with small furies.
Outside of work Eliza enjoys travelling and spending time with friends. Unfortunately, at the moment Eliza isn’t able to have any pets but she is looking forward to the day when she can have her own Dalmatian – a childhood dream since watching 101 Dalmatians!
Angie qualified in the university of Forestry in Sofia Bulgaria and worked briefly in Greece in small animal practices and charities before moving to the uk in the end of 2018.
Angie joined our permanent team in Mayow in 2022 and she has a deep interest in dentistry and soft tissue surgery.
Away from the surgery Angie enjoys travelling and frequently visiting her family in Greece.
Randa obtained her DVM in Florida in 2015, where she did some shelter work, general practice and emergency work. She then moved to Sydney in 2020 where she did emergency, general practice work and discovered her love of hiking along coasts. London is now her home.
She has joined our lovely Mayow team in late 2022. She enjoys a little bit of everything in Vet Med, but her main interests are surgery and ultrasound. She looks forward to growing these skills with the DNA family.
Outside of work, she enjoys getting to know her large family in England, experiencing the world, hiking, dancing to good music and watching anime.
Randa consults at our Mayow Veterinary Surgery branch. Book an appointment for your furr kiddos to see lovely Randa.
Rachel graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2023 with a keen interest in small animal and shelter medicine. She moved to London in 2019 from San Diego, California after earning her bachelor’s degree in general biology. During the pandemic, she worked as a VCA at our Mayow and Streatham Hill branches and was very excited to work with the team again as a vet in September of 2023. She loves the diversity of the job and how every day is different and is looking forward to enhancing her skills at our different clinics.
Outside of work, Rachel loves hiking and exploring London with her husband, as well as cooking, crocheting, and playing with her rescue cat Jiji. Now that London is her home base, she hopes to travel much more and bring her veterinary practice abroad through spay/neuter clinics and shelter medicine practices.
Annika gained her Veterinary Nurse Diploma in her homeland, Finland in 2003.
Upon completion she moved to Spain, where she gained lots of experience while working in various referral hospitals before moving to England in 2010 to further her career.
Annika is very passionate about her profession and has become the first Finnish Vet Nurse to register with the RCVS.
Hannah joined our Mayow team in 2020 after spending 3 years working between busy veterinary surgeries in South London and supporting hospital teams in wards, the operating theatre and on reception. Whilst Hannah loves being with the pets, helping them to recover post operation, she also enjoys meeting new and old faces in our reception.
Hannah will be starting her official student nurse training with us shortly.
Emily joined Mayow in 2019 as a student nurse and then qualified in 2020. She is currently completing a veterinary nursing certificate in emergency critical care which she should be completing in 2024.
Emily has a particular interest in inpatient care and also handles all of Mayow’s insurance claims. Outside of work Emily enjoys going to the gym and reading books whilst also taking care of her cat Pearl and her chinchilla Chinchy Stryder.
Holly is the ISFM Cat Advocate for Mayow and Parish Lane.
Holly qualified as an RVN in October 2016 in Warwickshire. Holly has worked in a mixed practice in Newbury, before moving to Kent and worked in a hospital for 4 years, before joining Maow Vets. Holly has a keen interest in feline medicine and all things cat, completing two ISFM cat care courses one in feline nursing and other in emergency and critical care. Holly is one of our cat advocates. Outside of work Holly enjoys reading and yoga.
Kate is a Student Veterinary Nurse, working hard to become an RVN. Before joining DNA Team, Kate worked in a busy clinic in Kent as a VCA for 3 years. Kate finished her master’s degree in Zoology in Poland and discovered her passion for caring for patients when volunteering at Wildlife Sanctuary in Canada.
Kate loves all aspects of nursing, with medical nursing being her favourite. She enjoys spending time with hospitalized patients and giving them all big doses of TLC.
Outside of work Kate cares for her three rescued cats, plays board games, and spends time practicing yoga.
Vanessa joined Mayow in 2022. She also is a receptionist at our Parish Lane Branch. Vanessa enjoys working with both vets and nurses to help the practice run smoothly. She has always had a passion for animals and has 2 rescue cats called Cloud and Calzaghe.
Sue is passionate about animals and has three cats of her own, one of which is blind. Sue has volunteered at Celia Hammond’s in the past and given a forever home to several cats. In her spare time Sue likes to spend time with her cats, create things out of wood and listen to podcasts.
Our popular veterinary receptionist Felicity has been working at our Mayow Veterinary Surgery and Parish Lane Vets since October 2020 after returning from living in Australia for 3 years. Having a passion for customer service and pets, this position was the perfect fit for such an avid animal lover.
Felicity like to travel and enjoys macramé and reading a good book. She is starting a Zoology degree in September 2021, after which she hopes to combine her love of animals and travelling with conservation.