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Petplan announces finalists for the 2019 Veterinary Awards

With over 40,000 nominations received for this year’s Petplan Veterinary Awards, the following veterinary professionals have been named as finalists:

Practice Support Staff of the Year

Graham Skelton, Orchard House Veterinary Centre, Hexham, Northumberland

Sharon Scarratt of Blue House Veterinary Centre, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire

Zoe Pickering, Orchard House Veterinary Centre, Hexham, Northumberland

Practice Manager of the Year

Katie Bull, Vale Vets, Portishead, North Somerset

Helen Coe, Ledbury Park Veterinary Centre, Ledbury, Herefordshire

Rachel Duncan of 387 Veterinary Centre, Walsall, West Midlands

Vet Practice of the Year

Blue House Veterinary Centre, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire

Wendover Heights Veterinary Centre, Halton, Buckinghamshire

White Cross Veterinary Group, Derby, Derbyshire

Vet Nurse of the Year

Sarah Barnett, Watkins and Tasker Veterinary Group, Yatton, Bristol

Jasmine Kilpatrick, Casvet, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Craig Tessyman, Rutland House Veterinary Surgery, St Helens, Merseyside

Vet of the Year

Hannah Capon, Canine Arthritis Management, Shoreham By Sea, West Sussex

Danielle Greenberg, The Liverpool Vets, Liverpool, Merseyside

Brian Hogan, Black’s Veterinary Hospital, Dudley, West Midlands

The winners will be revealed at the prestigious ceremony on 4 April 2019. The awards, now in its 20th year, celebrate the nation’s most outstanding vets, vet nurses, practices, practice managers and support staff who have been nominated by their clients and colleagues for their hard work, dedication and continually going that extra mile to keep the nation’s pets healthy.

James Barnes, head of partnerships at Petplan, commented:

“We are delighted to be hosting the 20th annual Veterinary Awards ceremony, which will honour the exceptional work carried out by some of the best veterinary professionals in the country. Congratulations to all the 2019 finalists on this fantastic achievement. The independent judges had a hard time selecting three finalists in each category.

“It’s really important to us to recognise the outstanding level of care provided to both patients and clients in veterinary practices across the UK. We’re very much looking forward to celebrating such talented individuals and teams.”

For further information on the awards click here.

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