Meet the staff
Rob Forrester (BVSc MRCVS) and Ruth Taylor (BVSC MRCVS) are Seaviews permanent veterinarians, providing a quality caring service 7 days a week.
Both Rob and Ruth both are graduates of Liverpool University. Rob has worked in both the Wallasey and in Bristol over the past 8 years, and we are lucky to have Rob leading our veterinary team.
Ruth spent a year working in Frodsham refining her skills, and we are fortunate to now have Ruth working at Seaview
Jane, Mandy, Kassy and Natalie provide the caring veterinary nursing. Between them they have over 40 years experience.
Jane and Kassy are our qualified veterinary nurse, and bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the nursing team. Mandy and Natalie are also highly experienced nurses who work tirelessly to ensure your pet gets they attention they require and deserve during their stay with us.
Did you know a veterinary nurse has a wide variety of jobs from cleaning kennels and surgical kits to scrubbing in to surgical procedures with the surgeon to maintaining supplies of drugs and general stock…
Natalie also runs the surgeries Hydrotherapy centre for dogs requiring hydrotherapy to ease arthritic pain, aid in recovery after joint surgery etc.
Our nurses form a vital part of the team and we are privileged to have such an experienced and caring team.
Sheryl, Sue and Emma are on reception and have the vital role of ensuring reception runs smoothly and efficiently. Sue has worked at the Seaview Veterinary Centre for over 30 years, and has seen it grown from a small 1-vet surgery to a modern hi-tech 7 day-a-week surgery.
Sheryl is our head receptionist, and is our internal expert on your pets insurance. Sheryl completes all of the insurance claims, so if you have any questions, please feel free to give her a call.
Not only do the receptionsist answer phones for appointments and advice, but they also ensure drugs and other stock are ordered, complete all the insurance forms, get medications ready for patients etc.
Without our receptionists the Seaview Veterinary Centre would not be able to function as the busy veterinary practice that we have become.