We are a small animal practice in Staffordshire, first established in 1973. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of vet surgeons and nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals. Because we love animals and strive to provide excellent continuity of care, we are open six days a week and have access to 24-hour emergency care. We also offer free parking for clients at our surgery.
Lisa has worked for Melbourne Veterinary Centre since 2007, initially as a practice administrator and working her way up to business manager. She has three teenage children who keep her busy when she is not at work. Lisa also enjoys DIY and relaxing with her family.
Emma joined Melbourne Veterinary Centre in August 2001. She initially started as a student veterinary nurse but soon had a lot more involvement in the admin aspect of the job, and is now the reception manager. Emma has a particular interest in marketing and promotion; she organises our annual open days, website, Facebook page and front of house. She is also Bronze level trained in the BVRA Accredited Veterinary Receptionist Award. Emma lives with her husband and daughter, and they share their home with four cats called Barry, Gary, Steve and Harry, all rescued from Melbourne. In her spare time she enjoys travel, cooking and being with family and friends.
Becca started working at Melbourne Veterinary Centre in July 2015. Prior to joining our team she worked as deputy head nurse in a small animal practice for 10 years, which is where she gained her RVN qualification in 2007. Becca particularly enjoys nurse clinics where she gets to know owners and their pets. Her main focus is weight management and she has previously been awarded CVS ‘Vet Nurse of the Year’ for pet slimming. Becca has also enjoyed working as an out of hours nurse for emergency and critical care patients and this is where her main interest lies.
Sian started working as a receptionist in January 2017; after transferring to Melbourne Vets in 2018 she is now based at this surgery. She is Bronze level trained in the BVRA Accredited Veterinary Receptionist Award. Sian has two Staffordshire Bull Terriers called Finch and Tawny. In her spare time she enjoys walking the dogs and photographing them in the countryside.