Julieann BerryPractice Manager
I began my veterinary nursing career back in 1989 as a student, progressing to where I am now as a practice manager/nurse at Taylor and Marshall. I have been at Taylor & Marshall since July 1997 and have seen the practice grow and progress over the years. During my time her I have completed my QCF Advanced apprenticeship in Management. When I do find spare time, I love being a mum, wife and Step-Nan spending as much time as possible with my family as I can. I own a menagerie of creatures ranging from small furriers, cats, dogs and two adorable Donkeys.
Fiona MulQueenHead Veterinary Surgeon. MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon
Elizabeth HansonHead Nurse. DipAVNCVN, RVN, Cert ECC, Cert Zoo & Exotics, Dip Parrot Behaviour, Dip in Herpetology
I have been a veterinary nurse for 16 years and worked initially in a mixed practice. I have been part of the Taylor and Marshall team for the last 3 years. I have a keen interest in exotics, I have gained certificates in exotic, Emergency and critical care and Zoo vet nursing.
Sam MorrellStudent Veterinary Nurse
I joined Taylor and Marshall in September 2014 where I started my Veterinary Care Assistant qualification. I then progressed on to my Veterinary Nursing training and I am due to qualify this year
Rhiannon WoodburnStudent Veterinary Nurse
I joined Taylor and Marshall in August 2014, where I started and apprenticeship in customer service. I then progressed on to completing my Veterinary Care Assistant in September 2015, followed by starting my Veterinary Nursing training in September 2016. I have an interest in exotics and hope to go on to do my certificate in exotic nursing after I qualify.
Susan TurnerReceptionist/ Administrator
I joined Taylor and Marshall in November 2017, having previously worked doing accounts and reception. I have always loved animals having 4 cats and a beautiful staffy called Elvis and when I was offered the role as receptionist/admin at T & M I jumped at the chance. I am developing quite an interest in reptiles since starting there. I don't have much time for hobbies, but I do enjoy spending time with my 5 grandchildren.
Helen BinghamReceptionist/Animal Nursing Assistant
I joined T&M in February 2001. In 2005 I undertook the Animal Nursing Assistant qualification and successfully completed this a year later. I have always been around animals since an early age, ranging from ponies, sheep, calves and goats to cats and dogs.