Amanda Halford RVN : Deputy Head Nurse

Amanda joined the practice in 1997 and was also one of the first wave of modern and highly trained qualified veterinary nurses. Amanda has had ...more

Amanda Halford RVN : Deputy Head Nurse

Amanda Halford RVN : Deputy Head Nurse

Amanda joined the practice in 1997 and was also one of the first wave of modern and highly trained qualified veterinary nurses.

Amanda has had a huge influence on the quality and exceptional standards of nursing in the hospital. She is responsible for managing the complexities of the nurse rota, the technical demands of the practice laboratory, as well as her regular nursing duties. Her great interest is in inpatient care and nurse clinics, the development of which she has played an integral role.

Much of her time outside work is taken up by the needs of her Springer Spaniels and her love of softball, in which she represents CPA Pirates and Jersey.

Carly Anne Tonner RVN

Carly is the latest Registered and Qualified Veterinary Nurse here at New Era Veterinary Hospital. She began working at New Era in April 2010, where ...more

Carly Anne Tonner RVN

Carly Anne Tonner RVN

Carly is the latest Registered and Qualified Veterinary Nurse here at New Era Veterinary Hospital. She began working at New Era in April 2010, where she then went on to travel back and forth to Myerscough College in Preston to study. She qualified in February 2014.

Carly is interested in all animals, especially exotics such as birds, reptiles and insects.

Her own pets include a dog, two cats, five goldfish and three giant African land snails. In her spare time she also enjoys wildlife photography and writing.

Catherine White RVN

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Catherine White RVN

Catherine White RVN

Charlotte Dady

Charlotte Dady BSc (hons) RVN, VPAC Charlotte graduated from Harper Adams University in Shropshire with a degree in Veterinary Nursing and Practice Management in 2016 ...more

Charlotte Dady

Charlotte Dady

Charlotte Dady BSc (hons) RVN, VPAC
Charlotte graduated from Harper Adams University in Shropshire with a degree in Veterinary Nursing and Practice Management in 2016 and has recently moved to Jersey.

Although she is missing Peddar her Standard Poodle at her family home in Norfolk, she is enjoying meeting all of the animals that come into the practice.

She is particularly interested in genetics and breeding of dogs and is a member of the Young Kennel Club. Outside of work she enjoys music and plays the flute.

Donna Faulkner – Smith RVN

Donna has worked for the practice since 1996 and went to college in 2002/03 and qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2004. She has two ...more

Donna Faulkner – Smith RVN

Donna Faulkner – Smith RVN

Donna has worked for the practice since 1996 and went to college in 2002/03 and qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2004.

She has two cats – Ash and Coal – and lots of tropical fish.

She got married in 2015 to Danny, has two daughters called Jaime and Ellie.

Georgia De La Cour RVN

Georgia De La Cour RVN

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Georgia De La Cour RVN

Jennifer Clark

Jenny qualified in 2009 in the same class as Olivia Noble. After working at a local vets in Doncaster she decided to flee the nest ...more

Jennifer Clark

Jennifer Clark

Jenny qualified in 2009 in the same class as Olivia Noble. After working at a local vets in Doncaster she decided to flee the nest and move to Jersey.  She has been at New Era since 2014 and is enjoying being part of such a big team.

Jim Ritchie RVN

Jim Graduated in 2010 from the pet health education collage in London, originally from Oxford he moved to the island with his dog Trixie. Jim ...more

Jim Ritchie RVN

Jim Ritchie RVN

Jim Graduated in 2010 from the pet health education collage in London, originally from Oxford he moved to the island with his dog Trixie.

Jim has spent a year in Australia working in a specialist accident and emergency centre and really enjoys that aspect of his work. He is heavily involved with arranging the quarterly visit of the MRI lorry to the island which keeps him very busy. He is also a keen drummer and member of practice band Wrong Direction!

Kerry Bassett RVN : Head Nurse

Kerry is a prime example of an individual who has worked her way up from the ‘shop floor,’ having joined the practice as a kennel ...more

Kerry Bassett RVN : Head Nurse

Kerry Bassett RVN : Head Nurse

Kerry is a prime example of an individual who has worked her way up from the ‘shop floor,’ having joined the practice as a kennel maid in 1990.

Always passionate about the comfort and wellbeing of the pets that came under her care, Kerry built on her practical experience, grafting through coursework, college and examinations. She led the way in taking the role of the veterinary nurse to the forefront of modern veterinary practice. When Kerry began her career, there was one qualified veterinary nurse in the practice; there are now thirteen, with six more currently training.

Having gained an extra teaching qualification, she dedicates huge amounts of time to training other nurses, as well as fulfilling her regular nursing duties; indeed, she is still the first to volunteer to cover extra nights! She was runner up for pet plan vet nurse of year 2014/15

Louisa Bouchard RVN, CertVNES, Cert VNECC,

Louisa is a registered veterinary nurse who qualified in 2003. She is also an A1 assessor and clinical coach, and has achieved the City & ...more

Louisa Bouchard RVN, CertVNES, Cert VNECC,

Louisa Bouchard RVN, CertVNES, Cert VNECC,

Louisa is a registered veterinary nurse who qualified in 2003. She is also an A1 assessor and clinical coach, and has achieved the City & Guilds Certificate in Nursing Exotic Species and British Wildlife.

She particularly enjoys anaesthesia and critical care, nursing exotic species and rehabilitation.

In her spare time, Louisa enjoys looking after all her animals (dogs, cats, tortoises, chickens, quail and foreign finches) and wildlife photography.

Olivia Noble BSc (Hons) RVN

Olivia joined New Era in 2013 and is enjoying the warmer climate of Jersey compared to her native Yorkshire and her previous practice, a Veterinary ...more

Olivia Noble BSc (Hons) RVN

Olivia Noble BSc (Hons) RVN

Olivia joined New Era in 2013 and is enjoying the warmer climate of Jersey compared to her native Yorkshire and her previous practice, a Veterinary Hospital in Sweden.

She particularly enjoys holding nurse clinics for weight management and being part of the surgery team.

Outside of work she a member of a roller derby team the ‘Jersey Royal Rollers’ and is also the bass guitarist in practice band ‘Wrong Direction!

Rebecca Le Cornu RVN

Rebecca joined the practice in January 2001 and qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2006. She did her training at Myerscough college. In work Rebecca’s ...more

Rebecca Le Cornu RVN

Rebecca Le Cornu RVN

Rebecca joined the practice in January 2001 and qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2006. She did her training at Myerscough college. In work Rebecca’s main interests include orthopaedic surgery, diagnostic imaging and training student nurses.

Outside of work Rebecca is kept very busy by her active 5 year old son James. She lives on  her family’s dairy farm and is often involved in helping with the various large animals on the farm. Rebecca has a dog, 3 cats and a horse.

Rowan Willman RVN

Rowan graduated from Bristol University, in 2015, receiving a BSc(Hons) in Veterinary Nursing and Bioveterinary Science and joined New Era in July 2015. His interests include avian species, ...more

Rowan Willman RVN

Rowan Willman RVN

Rowan graduated from Bristol University, in 2015, receiving a BSc(Hons) in Veterinary Nursing and Bioveterinary Science and joined New Era in July 2015.

His interests include avian species, anaesthesia and analgesia. His pets to include 5 chickens which unfortunately had to stay behind in the UK.

Ruth Skinner

Ruth and recently joined the team at Archway as their new veterinary nurse. Ruth has gained a wealth of experience since starting in a UK ...more

Ruth Skinner

Ruth Skinner

Ruth and recently joined the team at Archway as their new veterinary nurse.
Ruth has gained a wealth of experience since starting in a UK veterinary practice in 1987, working her way up from trainee to head nurse and eventually practice manager. Ruth moved to Jersey in 2008 with her husband, a Jerseyman, where she returned to veterinary nursing.
When not working Ruth can usually to be found dog walking or turning her hand to arts and crafts, painting and drawing pets and wildlife in particular.

Tizane Gallichan-Tredant RVN

Tizane is a massive support to our team and a welcomed addition to the Leodis branch.  As a fully qualified veterinary nurse with a wealth of ...more

Tizane Gallichan-Tredant RVN

Tizane Gallichan-Tredant RVN

Tizane is a massive support to our team and a welcomed addition to the Leodis branch.  As a fully qualified veterinary nurse with a wealth of experience, Tizane provides valuable assistance to the veterinary surgeons on their busy operating days.

In 2017 Tizane got her Diploma in Feline Nursing with Distinction!