VETERINARY SURGEONS

Exotics

Mikel Sabater

Exotics Veterinary Surgeon

Mixed

Amelia Duncanson

Veterinary Surgeon MA BVetMed, MRCVS

Having grown up in North Norfolk I am pleased to be back in the county. I graduated from Cambridge Vet School where I also gained a degree in Zoology. I am now enjoying life in the country and often feel like I’ve walked straight out of a James Heriot novel!

Outside of work I enjoy travelling and playing team sports but can often be seen jogging in fluorescent lycra around the local area. I am yet to choose which type of animal would be my favourite pet so I am enjoying looking after all of yours. I love the variety of work seen at Uplands Way and every day is different from the last.

Amelia Duncanson

Janine Healey

Veterinary Surgeon BVM BVS MRCVS

I graduated from Nottingham Veterinary School as a mature post graduate, having previously obtained a degree in Equine Science from the University of Essex. I am pleased to be back in East Anglia after spending time in Derbyshire in mixed practice and really enjoy the variety of animals we see at Uplands, as well as being part of a fantastic team.

When not at work I can be found trying to keep up with my daughter, riding my horse Rhubarb or walking my two weimaraners.

Pablo Palermo Rodriguez

Veterinary Surgeon

Javier Rodriguez Berron

Veterinary Surgeon

Iris Granell

Veterinary Surgeon

Vivek Mitesh Shah

Veterinary Surgeon

Equine

Georgina Torregrosa-Roig

Veterinary Surgeon MRCVS

I graduated in Barcelona in 2000 as a vet and following this began an equine internship. After completing this, I began working as an equine vet in Barcelona, where I stayed until coming over to the UK in 2012. I am predominantly an equine vet but I enjoy seeing small animals too, especially cats as I have one myself called Mali who travelled over from Spain to live with me.

Georgina Torregrosa-Roig

Eduardo Alguacil

Veterinary Surgeon MRCVS

My name is Eduardo Alguacil, I’m from granada , I  graduated in 2014 in university of córdoba, I was seeing practice in Ireland for a few months and then got an internship in fethard equine hospital, after that I went back to Spain to do another internship in the equine hospital of Barcelona’s university.
Before I moved to the uk I was the manager at an equine stud with 1000 endurance horses. I started at Uplands Way Vets in October 2017 as an equine vet. I have 5 horses at home in Granada, Spain which I spend most of my time riding.

Soledad Guinon Vea

Veterinary Surgeon