Winterbourne: 01454 776501
Brimsham: 01454 312312
Meet The Team
A Yorkshire Lad at heart, Tom has found a home away from home in the South West. Having spent a couple of years in mixed practice (both small and large animals) Tom developed a passion for small animal surgery and moved to a role working alongside experienced referral surgeons, honing his skills; before taking up his current position as Clinical Director at Winterbourne and Brimsham Vets in March 2014. Tom completed his Certificate in Small Animal Surgery in 2014 and now offers a range of surgical treatments. Away from the clinic Tom can be found on the rugby pitches of Gloucestershire still dreaming of his England call up.
BVSc PGCert(SAS) MRCVS, Clinical Director
After graduating from the University of Bristol in 2011, Liz decided to take a less than conventional route and took her first job as a vet in Hong Kong! She had a fantastic couple of years gaining experience in small animal practice, while travelling around South East Asia in her time off.
In 2013 she decided it was time to return to the UK, and has since worked in small animal practice in and around Bristol. Liz enjoys the variety of being a GP and has developed an interest in dermatology.
In her spare time Liz doesn’t like to sit still... She can usually be found mountain biking, road cycling, running or practising yoga. She hopes one day soon to have a trail dog that can keep up!
BVSc(Hons) MRCVS Senior Veterinary Surgeon
After graduating from the University of Bristol, Katy worked in mixed practice for a couple of years, treating all things great and small. She then decided she wanted to focus on small animal practice.
Katy enjoys all aspects of small animal practice including internal medicine and surgery. She is currently working towards the BSAVA postgraduate Certificate in Small Animal Medicine.
Outside of work Katy enjoys hill walking, rock climbing and looking after her two mischievous cats!
BVSc MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon
Adam graduated form the Royal Veterinary College and had a passion for knowledge. Current sitting his CertSAM (Certificate in Advanced Small Animal Medicine,) he is working on multiple projects including the antibiotic guardian program.
Adam stated his career in London and moved to the West Country in 2015, he has a special interest in exotics, small animal medicine and surgery.
When not working Adam can often be found hiking the Wiltshire Country side, and helping out on his partner’s family farm.
BVetMed MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon
Michelle graduated from Harper Adams University College, Shropshire in 2011 with a degree in Veterinary Nursing and Practice Management. Michelle has worked with a variety of creatures of all shapes and sizes, including farm animals, horses, cats, dogs and exotic pets.
Michelle is a fully trained Clinical coach allowing her to train up our next generation of veterinary nurses. She has also completed her SQP training, allowing her to prescribe preventive medications to our patients.
Michelle's main interest is surgical nursing and is usually the nurse looking after pets undergoing orthopaedic procedures. Michelle has two rabbits Roxy and Dillon, who she rescued when working in her previous practice.
BSc (Hons) RVN R-SQP VPMA CC
Lexi was adopted by our vet Adam after the diagnosis of Megaesophagus at 6 weeks of age. She can often be found causing trouble, or seeking attention! She is our in house, quality control manager. If it’s not okay for Lexi, it is not approved by us!
Quality Control Manager
Vicky qualified as a veterinary nurse from Bridgewater College in 2014. She joined us in May 2016 and now spends most of her time at the Brimsham branch. Vicky enjoys all aspects of veterinary nursing but particularly enjoys her nurse clinics. Vicky is our in house weight watchers representative! Her weight clinics have helped many overweight pets to get back into shape! Vicki is the proud owner of a beautiful German short haired pointer called Riley. Outside work she enjoys spending time with Riley and competing on her horse, Guinness.
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Rosie qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2011. She has since worked in Plymouth and Oxford, before settling in Bristol in 2014 and moving to Rowe Veterinary Group in 2016. She has also spent some time volunteering in charity clinics in India (and soon Sri Lanka). Rosie enjoys all aspects of small animal general practice, but is particularly interested in surgery. She lives with her husband and her very lively labradoodle ‘Crumble’. Outside of work, she enjoys long walks with Crumble, baking cakes, sailing and skiing.
BVetMed (hons) MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon