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andrewAndrew Denning BVetMed CertVR DVDI MRCVS Consultant

Andrew has always been interested in diagnostic imaging - looking into the body with x-rays or ultrasound. Andrew provides a diagnostic imaging referral service for other veterinary surgeons as well as seeing patients for ultrasound and for CT at New Priory Vets Brighton. Andrew provides a radiology film reading service for veterinary surgeons throughout the UK and a mobile ultrasound service for practices within 30 miles of Brighton.

Andrew gained the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Certificate in Veterinary Radiology in 1991 and after a gruelling 6 year programme of additional training gained the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Diploma in Diagnostic Imaging in 2009 and is one of only a handful of recognised Diagnostic imaging specialists. This allows New Priory Vets Brighton to provide a unique standard of diagnostic imaging for pets in the local area. Andrew has published articles on diagnostic imaging in a leading continuing education journal for veterinary surgeons and has presented lectures on diagnostic imaging for vets in Brighton, the South of England and for the European Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging.

At home Andrew is regularly exercised by his Border Collie, Daisy and Irish Wolfhound, Milligan and bossed about by cats Molly, Hazel and rabbit Rosie.

gregGreg Clark BVSc MRCVS

Greg knew he wanted to be a vet from the age of 11, and never even considered going into a 'normal' job.

Greg is responsible for the day to day running of New Priory Vets Brighton. Greg is an experienced emergency vet but his main clinical areas of interest are surgery and running the first opinion service. 

Outside of work, Greg has two mastiffs, Flo and Barney, who cause terrible mischief wherever they go. He also has two long suffering cats, Beelzebub and Luther, plus a tropical fish tank. Greg enjoys walking the dogs, going to the cinema, and socialising in his local pub - which is owned by his other half!

Greg left the directorship in 2017 though continues to provide his skills as an experienced emergency vet. His main clinical areas of interest is surgery.

gavinGavin McAulay BVetMed CertEM (IntMed) CertVC MRCVS

Gavin provides cardio-respiratory referral services at New Priory Vets Brighton (Heart and lung disease).

Assessment of heart and lung disease involves specific examination skills and specialised equipment including ultrasound, Holter ECG CT and bronchoscopy. Gavin holds several post graduate qualifications including the RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Cardiology and is pursuing further specialisation in Cardiology with regular attendance at the University of Glasgow under the supervision of renowned cardiologist Dr Anne French MVB PhD DVC, RCVS & European Specialist in Veterinary Cardiology.

Gavin’s specific interests include pulmonary hypertension, and feline myocardial heart disease.

Gavin is a director of New Priory Vets Brighton.

vickyVicky Butler-Ball BVMS MRCVS

Vicky graduated in 2003 from the Royal (Dick) school of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh and moved to Brighton in 2007 in order to join the New Priory team.

Over the years Vicky has developed a keen interest in soft tissue surgery and more recently has found a passion for minimally invasive surgery with laparoscopy (keyhole surgery) and gastrointestinal endoscopy. Vicky holds the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies GP certificate in Endoscopy and Endosurgery and accepts referrals for laparoscopic surgery.

Vicky has a patterdale terrier named Molly. Molly thinks she owns the practice and can generally be found dancing at the reception desk in the hope of being thrown a treat!

Mette Andersen Stemp

Mette is the lead vet at our Peacehaven Clinic. Mette has been working in small animal practice in Brighton for more than 20 years and is keen to develop our local services at the Peachaven Clinic.

Mette Andersen StempMette's main interest is providing a professional and empathic service to pets and clients.

She has a very wide experience of veterinary care, including surgical cases.

As well as working at the Peacehaven Clinic Mette also works at the Brighton Hospital once a week, where more complex surgeries requiring inpatient hospital care can be done.

At home Mette enjoys looking after her extended family which includes many pets; Emma the border terrier, Master Yoda the cat, Spike the bearded dragon, Quint and Twig the tortoises, Puff and Louis the budgerigars as well as numerous fish.

Polly Underdown BVM&S MRCVS

Polly qualified from Edinburgh's RDVC in 2000 and has worked at New Priory since 2009. Polly has a particular interest in critical care and emergency veterinary medicine. Pollys work mainly involves taking care of the hospital in-patients.  

Polly has travelled extensively and has spent time abroad doing conservation work including in the jungle in Costa Rica and in Ecuador where she gained skills in working with Tapiairs.

Now settled in Brighton, outside of work Polly enjoys being outdoors, walking, climbing, cycling and yoga.

Ros Wright MRCVS

Ros is an extremely experienced vet who has worked for many years in emergency and critical care.

Ros looks after patients at our Brighton hospital and has a particular interest in medical cases and critical care. She also has an interest in cytology.

Jenny Gould MRCVS

Jenny is one of the Brighton hospital vets.

Jenny has a particular interest in medical cases and looking after medical cases within the hospital.

Selene Corsini MRCVS

Selene Corsini MRCVS is one of our first opinion clinicians at the Brighton Hospital. Selene has a strong interest in skin disease and particularly interested in all pets scratchy or itchy.

Nicky Ross MRCVS

Nicky Ross MRCVS is our lead first opinion vet. Nicky is a very accomplished general practitioner vet with considerable surgical skills. Nicky is constantly trying to improve how we look after our first opinion clients and would be interested in any comments or feed back you have regarding your experience as a client.

Chris Fisher

First opinion vet

Chris graduated in 2012 from the RVC, and has worked in first opinion small animal practice and completed a university clinical training scholarship. He has a keen interest in ophthalmology, diagnostic imaging and clinical pathology.

Sian Musio

First opinion vet

Sian is a hugely experienced first opinion clinician who loves the varied working days general practice provides. Sian has a particular interest in diagnostic ultrasound. Sian has a cheeky little Jack Russell called Amber.

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