We are a group of five small animal practices spread across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, first established in 1979. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of veterinarians and vet 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 seven days a week at our Heanor surgery and have staff on hand throughout the night. We also offer free parking for clients at all of our clinics.
Sian has been part of the Ambivet team since 2003, initially in a nursing role. She enjoys all aspects of practice life and is very passionate about animal health and the veterinary industry as a whole. Outside of work, Sian enjoys an active lifestyle with her young family and (not so young!) dogs, Lincoln and Odie.
Laura started working here as a receptionist in 2012 and is usually based at our llkeston branch. She has a dog called Oz who she had from a puppy, also has a tortoise called Max. In her spare time she enjoys walking with her dog in the countryside and spending time with her son.
Nicky joined the Aspley branch as a part time receptionist in 2011. She enjoys getting to know the lovely clients and their wonderful pets. She has a beautiful west highland terrier called Teddie Bear.
Emma has many years’ experience working within a veterinary practice, she started out four years ago as a trainee nurse gaining lots of knowledge and expertise which come in very useful being on reception full-time. Emma has a lovely Patterdale Terrier which she rescued when a previous owner no longer wanted to keep her.
Jane has been working for the practice since 2003! Jane has six cats at home, three Maine Coons and three Siamese. Her love of animals drew her into the job initially but she soon realised how much she enjoys a client facing role.
Lindsay has worked for the practice since2016. She has three cats, two from Cats Protection and one that was brought into Ambivet as a stray as a tiny kitten and hand reared by one of the vets. Lindsay has a young son and enjoys spending time with him outside of work.
Amanda as worked as a receptionst at the Riley and Heanor branches of Ambivet since 2012. She has four King Charles Cavalier Spaniels called Edward, Charlie, Max and Rufus and two domestic short haired cat called Tom and Flossie. Amanda enjoys, bird watching, gardening and visiting National Trust properties.
Sally works at Amibvet at Heanor and has been there since 2012. Outside of work she enjoys walking her Cocker Spaniel, swimming and loves reading crime novels that are a bit gritty.
Sascha started working at Ambivet in Heanor in 2016 as an administrator for insurance claim forms. She has a German Shorthaired Pointer called Eva, who likes nothing more than cuddling up on the sofa, and a goldfish called Phil.
James started working at Ambivet in Heanor in 2013 as a management accountant and bookkeeper and has qualified as a Chartered Accountant. Outside of work James likes to watch many different sports especially football, cricket and golf.