Nikos graduated from the Vet School in Greece in 2012. He moved to the UK in 2014 when he joined an independent practice in Peterborough. There he met Jenni, Rachael and Sam and all four of them today form the principal staff of Werrington Vets. He obtained his GP Certificate in Cardiology and became the head vet. In August 2017, he became the clinical director to an IVC practice. There he managed a team of six vets, tried to improve the standards by investing on more up-to-date premises and participated in a number of courses in order to develop his management skills. Eventually, he moved back to Peterborough in July 2018 as he joined Vets Now where we focused solely on emergency medicine.
He believes that through an independent practice he can offer the highest quality care possible. Hence why in January 2020 he founded Werrington Vets. ‘’Despite my keen interest in cardiology, I consider myself a general practitioner and I love medicine as well as surgery. I always want to be there when the pet owners need me, in order to listen first and then advise what’s the best for their pet. My aim is to create a team with different strengths but the same core values.’’
In his free time, he spends time with his wife Charlotte, their little smiley boy Elliot, Dot and Blue (two crazy Border Collies).
Part-time Vet, Clinical Advisor
Marwan qualified in 1996 from Aristotle University in Greece. He obtained a Masters in Aquaculture from Stirling University in 1998, and has been working as a small animal vet in the UK since 2000. Marwan owned and run a successful small animal vet practice for 7 years before stepping down. He enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine but he has a keen interest in keyhole surgery and he was one of the first vets that performed that unique surgical method in the UK. He also likes dentistry as it can make a huge difference to a pet’s well-being and comfort.
Marwan is married to Claudia and they have a daughter, Mikella and a son, Alexi. Marwan and his family share their home with their black Labrador Polly and Blaze the German Shepherd Dog.
Stamos graduated from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, in Greece in 2015. After graduating, he completed a surgical internship at the same university. He moved to the UK in 2016 when he joined an independent practice in Peterborough. There he met Marwan, Nikos, Sam, Jenni and Rachael. In September 2017 he joined Davies Veterinary Specialists where he completed a one year rotating internship. Eventually, he moved back to Peterborough in October 2018, as he joined Vets Now, where he focused on emergency medicine. In February 2020, he obtained his PostGraduate Certificate in Small Animal Surgery. He enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, but he has a keen interest in small animal surgery, both soft tissue and orthopaedics.
Jenni qualified with a NVQ3 in Veterinary Nursing in 2010 and has worked in a number of small animal practices since. In October 2014, Jenni passed her Merit Award in Small Animal Medical Nursing. Jenni has a special interest in veterinary anaesthesia and intensive care, and has attended a number of conferences and training days in that field. Jenni is married to Chris and they share their home with a lovely tricoloured staffy called Rueben, and two cats – Suki and Tinkerbelle. In her spare time, she enjoys biking and horse riding and currently shares a cob called Rainbow.
Cat Advocate, Fear Free Certified Professional
Sam qualified as a nurse from the College of Animal Welfare in 2013. Sam enjoys fostering neonates and has successfully reared day-old kittens and puppies that have been orphaned for one reason or another. Sam holds the International Society of Feline Medicine Diploma in Feline Nursing and has a keen interest in the handling and care given to our cats. She is our Cat Advocate, meaning that she ensures the cat friendly standards are adhered to. She encourages calm, stress free interactions with everyone in the practice and she is a certified Fear Free Professional. Sam is the proud owner of seven cats, a tortoise and a chinchilla.
Kim is an animal lover who lives on a family farm with her husband and four boys. She has many pets including 3 dogs – Diesel the cocker spaniel, Cassidy the wire dachshund cross and Coco the smooth dachshund cross, many rescue chickens & two goats named Billy & Lily.
Rachael’s background is customer care. Her most recent position was in the charity sector, but having worked with Nikos in a vet practice before and being an animal lover, there was no doubt in accepting the opportunity as it arose at Werrington Vets. Rachael lives with her husband David, their 11-year-old daughter Eleanor, their 3 cats (Griffin, Hugo and Captain) and their dog Martha.
“I look forward to working with fantastic colleagues and also getting to know our clients and patients.”
Head of Customer Care Assistant
Customer Care Assistant
Emily has spent the last 7 years working in administration and although she is new to the veterinary industry she shares the same values as the rest of the team and she is excited and keen to learn.
Customer Care Assistant
Board Certified Specialist (Surgery)
Jean-Benoit (also known as “JB”) is our visiting surgeon for our more complex surgical cases. He qualified from Liege in Belgium in 2002 and trained further with a residency at Cambridge Vet School from 2005 to 2008. He obtained his European Diploma in Surgery in February 2009.
JB’s specialist skills allow Werrington Vets to offer referral consultations and surgery for complicated cases within WV’s practice. This means that you will not have to travel to another hospital and that your vet will remain directly involved throughout your pet’s treatment. JB is able to perform a number of surgeries including cruciate ligament repair, elbow arthroscopy/surgery, luxating patella repair, total hip replacement as well as complex soft tissue surgeries.
Board Certified Specialist (Imaging)
Paddy qualified from Glasgow in 1989 having wanted to be a vet since she was 4. She is committed to providing high quality diagnostics with a patient orientated ethos and remains very aware that imaging is only one part of the diagnostic work up for any patient. Paddy has two dogs – Norman a gorgeous Norfolk Terrier who’s a bit low to the ground and Dorcas a delightful Springer Spaniel with rubbish elbows. She has two cats Camilla and Madge Mae who are red tabbies.
Paddy will be able to visit us and perform an ultrasound scan when we have a challenging case. She is also able to remotely assess and send detailed reports on x-rays. Paddy has her own little practice in Cambridge where she can perform CT scans.