The Team

Dr Katie Green: Veterinary Surgeon

Katie qualified from Bristol University in 2003 and worked in mixed practice in Cornwall before joining the Willows Veterinary Group 5 years ago working at one of our sister surgeries in Northwich. Katie is married to a local dairy farmer. Katie works on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and also works on a rota for Saturday surgeries.

Dr Liz Broadbelt: Veterinary Surgeon

Liz originally joined Broom Cottage working as the principal vet in 1999. After 6 years she moved to work at other surgeries in the Willows group before rejoining Broom Cottage this year. Liz works on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Alison Beeson: Qualified Veterinary Nurse

Alison qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1991 and loves animals. Alison has a border collie, border terrier, cat, 2 guinea pigs, a pony, sheep and cows.

Louise Haran: Qualified Veterinary Nurse

Louise qualified in January 2015 and has a lovely Jack Russell called Jake who loves coming to work with her. She also has a hand reared cat called Sky

Ellis Davies: Auxillary Nurse

Ellis is our newest member of staff having moved over here from our Lymm surgery where she has worked since 2010. Ellis is our full time Auxiliary Nurse and also, like all of the team, shares the reception duties. Ellis is passionate about animals and when she is not working at the surgery is usually busy helping out on farms or helping pet owners with their dog behaviour problems.

Ellis has a black Cocker Spaniel called Connie (who keeps Louise’s Jack Russell ‘Jake’ company at the surgery),  two donkeys and two Axelotls – aquatic Mexican Salamanders.

Isobelle Duggan: Auxiliary Nurse

Isobel is studying towards a FdSc in Veterinary Nursing and hopes to qualify in 2016. She has previously worked at a Sea Turtle rescue and rehabilitation centre in Athens and a Donkey Rescue sanctuary in Corfu. She has a very neurotic Pomeranian x toy poodle called Poppy who is scared of everything, Lilly a 17 year old cat who thinks she ownes the house and 3 rabbits. Babe and Freckle were hand reared from being 4 days old after their mother died. Her other rabbit is Ronnie a rescued French Lop that just loves a good cuddle.

Clare Fathers : Receptionist / Auxiliary Nurse

Clare is the newest member of our team but has a wealth of experience with animals having worked at the RSPCA in manchester and Warrington, Stockley Working Farm and Riding for the Disabled as well as being a dog walker and pet sitter. Clare has a Jack Russell Cross called Sparky.

Jordan Cox-Rogers : Auxiliary Nurse

Jordan qualified in 2012 from the University of Central Lancashire with a Degree in Equine Science and is currently completing a MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy. She has owned and worked with horses for most of her life and likes to compete at County level. Jordan recently lost her dog but is looking to get another dog in the future.