Medivet 24 Hour Mossley

Ian McConnell Vets

01457 837 900

The Old Library, Wyre Street, Mossley, Greater Manchester, OL5 0EU

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We're located in the former Mossley Library building on Wyre Street. There is plenty of on-street parking around the practice. We're a walk away from the George Lawton Hall car park and Market Ground car park.

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Open 24 hours, 365 days a year

We’re here for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We have internal round-the-clock care at our 24-hour practice.

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  • Your vet in Mossley

    Our practice is bright, spacious and fully-equipped with modern facilities, including diagnostic and surgical equipment. Our wide range of services, from keyhole surgery to acupuncture, mean we're able to provide pets exceptional care before, during and after treatments. 

    We look forward to welcoming you to your practice.

  • Our Services

    Our practice offers a full range of services and state-of-the-art facilities, including advanced surgical procedures and orthopaedics, diagnostic imaging and therapy techniques including acupuncture. Our team also provides expert complimentary advice and clinics.

Practice facilities

  • Pay & Display Parking

Meet the team

Ian McConnell

Lead Veterinary Surgeon

Ian McConnell

Lead Veterinary Surgeon

I gained degrees from the University of Leeds and the University of Edinburgh. My clinical interests include keyhole surgical techniques, animal behaviour and orthopaedic surgery. I've obtained a General Practitioner Certificate in Endosurgery. At home I have a bouncy German shepherd called Zindzi and a stubborn basset hound called Humphrey.

Jill Atkin

Veterinary Surgeon

Jill Atkin

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from Glasgow University in 1994 and have worked at the practice since 2004. My clinical interests are in opthamology, acupuncture and more recently physical therapy and rehabilitation. I'm currently working towards a canine rehabilitation certificate with the University of Tennessee. In my spare time I enjoy cycling, swimming and hillwalking with my husband, family and friends, as well as yoga and travelling at any opportunity.

Lorna Cook

Veterinary Surgeon

Lorna Cook

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from London’s Royal Veterinary College in 2006 and have worked at the practice since 2008. My clinical interests are in orthopaedic surgeries and wound management. I spend my spare time with my children. I have a cat named Keith who is the ‘boss’.

Rebekah Hobson

Veterinary Surgeon

Rebekah Hobson

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the University of Manchester in 2009 after studying zoology, then I graduated from the Royal Veterinary college in 2016. I’m from Essex but fell in love with Manchester whilst at university and always knew that I wanted to move back. I have an interest in echocardiography and ultrasonography. I have a rescue cat called Eddie with a chronic kidney disease and so have a fondness for my feline patients with the same condition.

Pamela Buckley

Head Veterinary Nurse

Pamela Buckley

Head Veterinary Nurse

I qualified in 1997 and joined the practice in June 2016. On the nursing side my interests are in anaesthesia and laboratory work but I also have a keen and active interest in business accounting and finance. In my free time I spend every spare minute with my two horses Connolly and Mouse.

Frankie Glynn

Veterinary Nurse

Frankie Glynn

Veterinary Nurse

I joined the practice in 2013. I enjoy running nurse clinics and advising on weight management. In my spare time I enjoy walking and being with my dog.

Jamie-Lee Edwards

Veterinary Nurse

Jamie-Lee Edwards

Veterinary Nurse

I joined the team in 2018 and have been a qualified veterinary nurse since 2012. My clinical interests are surgery, nursing clinics and keeping up to date with the latest techniques. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my friends and family, going on walks through the British countryside, cycling and taking trips abroad.

Emma Stewart

Veterinary Nurse

Emma Stewart

Veterinary Nurse

I started training as a veterinary nurse in 2015 and graduated in 2018. I joined the team n September 2020 and have a great interest in physiotherapy. In my spare time, I'm kept busy with my two horses, three dogs, three cats and two rabbits and enjoy competing one of my horses Tia Rose on the weekends.

Stacey Barlow

Veterinary Nurse and Practice Coordinator

Stacey Barlow

Veterinary Nurse and Practice Coordinator

I've worked for the practice since 2007 as a veterinary nurse. I'm the Assistant Practice Manager and assist with nursing duties. At home I have a puppy called Bronn and a cat called Rhonda which between them keep me busy. In my spare time I enjoy long walks with my family.

Stephanie Taylor

Student Veterinary Nurse

Stephanie Taylor

Student Veterinary Nurse

I joined the practice in 2016. My spare time is spent horse riding, doing dressage and jumping. I have a bouncy dog called Molly and a gypsy horse called Jack.

Natalie Winterbottom

Practice Manager

Natalie Winterbottom

Practice Manager

I have both nursing and grooming experience. I started working for the practice in 2001 so know the practice and our clients very well. My interests are in caring for my colleagues and maintaining a positive veterinary environment. In my spare time I ride horses and work on the family farm. I have a hard working border collie called Gem, as well as horses, cows and chickens.

Lindsey Phillips

Client Care Assistant

Lindsey Phillips

Client Care Assistant

I joined the practice in 2014. In my spare time I attend Pony Club with my children, family holidays and camping. At home I have a mischievous pony called Buster.

Clair Lee

Client Care Assistant

Clair Lee

Client Care Assistant

I'm known as the ‘treat lady’ in the practice. At home I have two dogs, three cats and three chickens. In my spare time I enjoy walking the dogs, reading and spending time with family.

Gail McKeown

Client Care Assistant

Gail McKeown

Client Care Assistant

I enjoy all aspects of client care at the practice. In my spare time I enjoy walking on the moors with our five dogs and listening to live music.