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Vet Nurse Awareness Month 2024

Meet Amy.

Amy started her nursing career in 2012 as a Veterinary Care Assistant (VCA) qualifying as a vet nurse in 2016.

In practice Amy enjoys radiography and general nursing, she completed further studies and is also a Registered Animals Medicines Advisor (RAMA) which allows her to advise and prescribe certain animal medicines. Amy also holds an Advanced Diploma in Canine Exercise Rehabilitation.

Free time is spent competing in Western horse Riding and teaching line dancing. She shares her home with Mister the cat, Indie the Labrador and horses Sherbie, Ava and Oakley.
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Vet Nurse Awareness Month 2024.

Meet Sarah.

Sarah’s nursing career started back in 2017 where she was working in a Small Animal Referral Hospital as an ANA (Animal Nursing Assistant). She completed her Vet Nursing Training and qualified in 2023.

Sarah loves theatre work and nurse consults so she will be a regular face you’ll see in the consult room. Shortly will be starting her clinical supervisor journey to help train and support future Vet Nurses.

Sarah moved from Sussex with her husband and Springador Fenn. She enjoys exploring the Norfolk countryside and her workouts in the gym.
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Vet Nurse Awareness Month 2024

Meet Lucy.

Lucy started her nursing career after moving to Norfolk from Gloucestershire in 2002, qualifying in 2006.

Enjoying all aspects of vet nursing particularly general nursing and nurse clinics. Lucy has completed further studies and is also a Registered Animals Medicines Advisor (RAMA) which allows her to advise and prescribe certain animal medicines. Along with Rescue chickens and ferrets Lucy has hand reared many feral kittens and successfully rehomed them.

Free time is spent enjoying family days out, dog walks, gardening and meeting up with friends. Home life is enjoyed with her husband, 2 daughters, Rottweiler cross Alvin and African grey parrot Gucci.
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Find Coastal Vets in Snettisham

at 16 Alma Road, Snettisham, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 7NY

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Opening hours:

Monday to Friday: 8.30am – 6pm

Saturdays: 9am – 12 noon

Find Coastal Vets in Burnham Market

at Creake Road, Burnham Market, King’s Lynn PE31 8EA

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Opening hours:

Monday and Wednesday: 2pm – 4pm

Friday: 9am – 11am

Contact Coastal Vets on 01485 544201

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