Jodie Elsworth RVN
Jodie has been with the practice since 2009 firstly as a student veterinary nurse until she qualified in 2014. Jodie was promoted to head nurse in 2015 which involves overseeing all the nursing team, working closely with Clinical director and all the vets; she is also very involved in the training of our student veterinary nurses. Jodie has two Labradors, a brother and sister called Zak and Maddy.
Lianne Storey RVN
Deputy Head Nurse
Lianne has been with The Dam since 2009. She qualified as an animal nursing assistant in 2002 at Askham Bryan College and then studied for a diploma in veterinary nursing at the College of Animal Welfare before becoming a qualified veterinary nurse in 2018. Lianne enjoys nursing clinics, particularly diabetic patients and senior clinics. She is also involved in the training of student veterinary nurses. At home Lianne has a very beautiful mischievous rescue rabbit.
Amber Owen RVN
Having completed work experience with us during her school years, Amber joined the nursing team in 2016. She studied for a degree in veterinary nursing at Askham Bryan College before qualifying as a veterinary nurse in July 2018. Amber has a keen interest in birds having owned a barn owl from a chick, and she has has a Terrier called Sooty.
Chloe Webster RVN
Chloe started her training in York, finishing in Pontefract and qualifying in August 2019. She has a particular interest in surgery and emergency work. Chloe has always loved animals, having grown up working on farms and being around stock from a very young age. Outside of work, her interests are going to the gym, being outdoors, horse riding, and taking her two Labrador’s, Goose and Koda, on adventures around the countryside.
Kirsty Grist RVN
Kirsty started working here at the Dam Veterinary Centre in March 2019, although she has been nursing since 2009 and qualified from the College of Animal Welfare in 2015. She also has a very keen interest in feline nursing.
Maria Day RVN
Maria joined The Dam in 2015. She qualified in 2015 but has been nursing for 10 years. Maria is currently working part time as she has two young children. Maria has a cat called Snuggz whom she adopted after he was brought into the practice as a stray kitten.