Lauren Latimer
Student Veterinary Nurse
Lauren joined the practice in September 2020. Lauren has a Level 3 diploma in animal management, is a Suitably Qualified Person and studying towards her nursing qualification. Her clinical interests are surgery and managing wounds. In her spare time she enjoys cooking and walking.
Cathy Ferris RVN
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Cathy is a Registered Veterinary Nurse who has been in our team for 10 years, since 2013. Cathy’s clinical interests include Emergency & Critical care, Dentistry and the general Nursing of sick animals.
Pauline McMenamin
Student Veterinary Nurse
Pauline is a Student Veterinary Nurse who has been with us at Three Valleys since 2020. Pauline is studying towards her nursing qualification at The College of Animal Welfare. Pauline is interested in both small and farm animals, and outside of work enjoys farming.
Sharon Hutchinson
Animal Nursing Assistant
Sharon has worked at Three Valleys for nine years, since 2015. Sharon studied Level 2 Animal nursing at Greenmount. Sharon has one dog called Ralph and two cats called Skittles and Kenny who all keep her on her toes.
Amy Knox RVN
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Amy joined our admin team in 2008, having completing a national diploma in horse management in CAFRE Enniskillen and then going on to complete the AMTRA module to become an R-SQP. In 2015 Amy graduated from CAFRE Antrim with her animal nursing assistant’s course and recently graduated in 2022 from CAFRE Antrim after completing a Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing. She has a huge passion for animals both large and small. Outside of work Amy enjoys spending time with her family & friends, and taking care of her horses, flock of sheep and 4 cats.
Ann McMenamin RVN
Ann began working at Three Valleys in 2007 as a student veterinary nurse. Having qualified with an NVQ level 3 in veterinary nursing in May 2011, Ann returned to college and updated her qualification to a Bachelor’s degree in veterinary nursing in 2017. Ann loves her job as it is so varied day to day. She finds nursing patients with wounds really rewarding. When she is not working, Ann loves curling up with a good book or working her two Border Collies, Socks and Ben, on the family farm.
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