Nursing Staff


Registered Veterinary Nurse

Rebecca joined the team in October 2017 having completed her degree in Veterinary Nursing from the Royal Veterinary College. Rebecca is very interested in working with exotic species and was thrilled to assist with a monkey c-section during her first evening shift at BHVS!


Rebecca is a member of the Association of Zoo and Exotic Veterinary Nurses (AZEVN) and has recently completed a certificate in exotic nursing, she likes to care for our more unusual overnight guests. Rebecca hails from Cambridgeshire but was so excited to join the BHVS team that she relocated to Kent! Outside of work, Rebecca is an ace football player and enjoys travelling and scuba diving! 


Registered Veterinary Nurse

Elisa first came to us in 2015, originally from Portugal she decided to move back home in 2018. Elisa couldn't stay away from BHVS for too long though - she returned to the practice later on that same year and registered as an RVN with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons! As one of our qualified nurses Elisa can be found helping the vets in surgeries, taking great care of any inpatients and wildlife, and assisting in the lab.


Student Veterinary Nurse

Georgia joined the BHVS team in April 2016, having spent time at the practice for work experience. Georgia  completed her college course in animal care and is now studying for her Veterinary Nursing qualification at Canterbury College one day a week, alongside working. Georgia looks after our kennels - taking excellent care of our patients, wildlife and making sure the place is spotless. At home Georgia has a variety of small pets - a mouse named 'mouse' who suffers from allopecia(!), a pygmy hedgehog, two dogs and several guinea pigs. A veritable (and slightly strange) ark! 


Student Veterinary Nurse / In-House Laboratory Supervisor

Amy is responsible for the running of our in-house laboratory, and makes sure patient's samples are processed in a timely manner. Amy is currently a student veterinary nurse due to finish her course and qualify next year. Before joining the BHVS team, Amy completed a degree in Animal Behaviour and Welfare at the University of Lincoln. Amy is a huge cat fan and has a special interest in their behaviour. When not busy at work, Amy enjoys spending time with her significant other and her puppy Lilly, as well as reading, films and swimming.


Student Veterinary Nurse

Mark joined the practice in January 2019 as a nursing assistant. Mark enjoys surgery and is keen to develop his knowledge and experience at Burnham House - in fact he has recently started attending college one day a week to gain his veterinary nursing qualification! Mark is originally from Kent and likes to spend his free time gardening and crafting.


Animal Nursing Assistant

Erin took on the role of nursing assistant at Burnham House after completing her Biology degree at Royal Holloway University of London. As part of her degree Erin spent some time conducting research in Peru - she hopes being part of the BHVS team will expand her knowledge and experience with exotic animals! Erin grew up in the Dover area and loves to spend time with her dogs whenever she can


Animal Nursing Assistant

With a keen interest in dogs and guinea pigs, Naomi has settled in well to her nursing assistant role. She has previously completed courses in animal behaviour and hopes to use her experience at Burnham House to gain insight into new species. In her hometown of Ashford Naomi is an active fundraiser for animal charities and also enjoys photography!  

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Updated April 2020