We are a small animal practice in Hampshire, first established over 40 years ago. 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 six days a week and have access to 24-hour emergency care. For your added convenience, there’s free parking for clients at our surgeries.
Sam joined Mildmay Veterinary Hospital in 2017 after being a client for several years. With a background in talent management and project management she has now taken on the role of practice manager. Having originally worked at Overton, she is now based in Winchester and thoroughly enjoys the culture and work ethos of the two practices. Sam has two dogs and supports dog charities rehoming sick and vulnerable dogs.
Cheryl is the practice administrator and has worked at Mildmay since 2000. She has seen the practice grow and evolve over the years and is still enjoying her time working with the team. Cheryl has two cats, Eric, a large tabby with huge personality and Jessica, a black and white shy cat who came into Mildmay as a stray. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, decorating, gardening, the arts, eating out and pilates.
Pippa is a qualified veterinary nurse who works as the head receptionist. Her responsibilities include insurance claims and hydrotherapy. She also helps with nurse clinics. In her spare time she enjoys looking after her horses, her Collie dog named Ash and Eddie, her mischievous cat.
Barbara has worked at Mildmay since 2002 and has built some very good relationships with the Overton clients. She enjoys spending time with her granddaughter and gardening on her days off.
Hayley joined us in August 2013 and is one of our part-time receptionists. Outside of work she enjoys riding and caring for her horse.
Jackie is one of our part-time receptionists. She has worked at Mildmay since November 2008. Jackie has a Cocker Spaniel called Bessie, a Burmese cat called Leo and a British Blue cat called Sapphire.
Paula joined the team here at Mildmay in September 2018 after being a long standing client with the practice. She is a big fan of Cavalier King Charles Spaniel’s and has owned a few herself over the years. When Paula isn't working she likes spending time playing ball games with her Cockerpoo Bella, who keeps her busy on their walks.
Sue is one of our part-time receptionists. She has worked at Mildmay since November 2007. Sue works at both our Winchester and Overton branches and is a big cat lover. She has two cats at home.
Linda joined the Mildmay reception team in 2010, having been a long-term client. Her eldest son Phil started his career as a veterinary surgeon at Mildmay Vets before becoming an equine specialist. Linda has a lively Springer Spaniel called Maple, a cat called Basil (who only has three legs following an accident) and several chickens. She also has a dressage horse who she competes regularly and his companion pony.
Tracey works on our busy reception. Before working with animals she worked as a cook at Bispham Drive Junior School. She decided to have a career change and started working at Ark Vets in Long Eaton in March 2017 but relocated to Winchester where she started working at Mildmay at the end of July that same year.
Diane started working at Mildmay Veterinary Hospital in 2000, so she has seen the practice develop and grow. She has experienced Mildmay move premises and most recently gain hospital status. Over the years, Diane has established good relations with clients and their animals. She will often be found on the other side of the desk talking to clients and making a fuss over their pets. Working at Mildmay means that every day is different as you never know what animal is going to come through the door next. In her spare time, Diane enjoys seeing her family and there is nothing that makes her happier than being out in the countryside walking with her four legged friend Inca, who is a black Labrador.
Charlie finished his A Levels in 2018 and is working with us in his gap year. He is hoping to go on to study veterinary medicine at university. Outside of work Charlie enjoys playing rugby.