Medivet Maidenbower

Harvest Veterinary Clinic

01293 884422

Maidenbower Square, Maidenbower, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 7QH

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Meet the team

Nazrene Moosa

Veterinary Surgeon

Nazrene Moosa

Veterinary Surgeon

Nazrene joined the Veterinary team in May 2014 and has expertise in the areas of holistic medicine. Particularly homeopathy and acupuncture. Nazrene qualified from the university of Pretoria in 1988 and came to work in the UK in 1997. She qualified in homeopathic medicine to gain her Vetmfhom (Member of the Faculty of Veterinary Homeopathy) in 2003 and has been relieving pain in dogs and cats with acupuncture since 2008. She has an extensive range of very successful treatment available for a wide varity of conditions. She has 2 very stunning cats called Nisaa and Zakki.

Dragana Vojiovic

Veterinary Surgeon

Dragana Vojiovic

Veterinary Surgeon

Dragana graduated in 2010 from University of Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy in Kosice in Slovakia,with a degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. As a new graduate Dragana started working in a first opinion Clinic in Bratislava Slovakia. After moving to the UK she completed a multidisciplinary Internship at Wey Refferals.Following the internship she has worked on various skills – as sole charge vet, as a locum working in various clinics and as Emergency and Out of hours Vet in Reading. After having experience with different roles and positions, Dragana decided to follow her passion for Heart Disease. She joined Harvest Vets in 2015 and is now working towards a Certificate in Cardiology. She enjoys ultrasonography, emergency cases and doing keyhole spays. In her free time. she likes to go shoe shopping and spending time with her adorable dog Munni (Hindi: sweetheart).

Lucy Kulp

Veterinary Surgeon

Lucy Kulp

Veterinary Surgeon

Lucy graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2014. After completing a years internship at the Equine Referal Hospital and working for 6 months in ambulatory equine practice she decided to make the switch to treat smaller animals; which is where, in her first job, she met our receptionist Sarah H! After spending the last 6 years working in a few practices around Surrey, Sarah introduced Lucy to our team at Harvest where she started working in April 2021. Lucy has a keen interest in internal medicine, particularly in relation to the care of geriatric patients. She is also a certified OV which means she can complete all the necessary paperwork to get your pets ready for their summer travels! Lucy has a baby tortoise called Stanley (who is almost certainly a girl but, only weighing in at 8g when he hatched was too small to tell!) and is a keen runner – she was in the process of training for her 3rd marathon as we went into lockdown last year; she is looking forward to starting to race again now restrictions are easing. She will be splitting her time between Maidenbower and Broadbridge Heath.

Emma Chamberlain

Animal Nursing Assistant

Emma Chamberlain

Animal Nursing Assistant

Emma is an animal nursing assistant who has been here at Harvest for 20 years. She has 2 cats called Lenny and Lola, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Eddie and a rescue Cockapoo called Lexie. Emma loves to go on countryside walks with her dogs and spending time with her family and friends.

Faye Cowdray

Head Veterinary Nurse and Hydrotherapist

Faye Cowdray

Head Veterinary Nurse and Hydrotherapist

Faye joined Harvest in 2002 and qualified in 2005. She completed her level 3 certificate in small animal hydrotherapy in 2014 and went onto complete the diploma in 2015. She set up and manages the Hydrotherapy and Rehabilitation Unit at the practice, since this opened in 2014. She particularly enjoys x-rays and medical cases, and has comprehensive knowledge of conditions such as diabetes, oncology and hyperthyroidism. In her spare time, Faye enjoys spending time with family and friends. She has a black Labrador Retriever called Chester.

Karen Sykes

Practice Manager, Veterinary Nurse and Clinical Coach

Karen Sykes

Practice Manager, Veterinary Nurse and Clinical Coach

Karen began Veterinary Nursing in 1998, gaining her qualification in 2003. Shortly after qualifying Karen became Head Nurse and Clinical Coach. She was given her current role as Practice Manager in 2013. Karen remains passionate about animal care and welfare. In her spare time Karen enjoys spending time with her family and friends and, of course, walking her energetic and charismatic Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Tigs.

Kirsty Hillen

Veterinary Nurse

Kirsty Hillen

Veterinary Nurse

Kirsty has been with the nursing team at Harvest since 2007, and qualified in summer 2009. She has a keen interest in laser therapy and post-operative surgical recovery. She has a crazy Staffordshire Bull Terrier called Inka, and a young Labrador puppy called River, alongside her young family, which keeps Kirsty very busy!

Amy Goodhew

Veterinary Nurse

Amy Goodhew

Veterinary Nurse

Amy joined the nursing team here at Harvest in June 2008, and later qualified in 2013 after attending MYF training as a day student. Amy runs weight clinics alongside Charlie. Amy has a keen interest in exotics, such as guinea pigs, as well as orthopaedic surgeries. Before becoming a Registered Veterinary Nurse, Amy studied Photography at University. In her spare time, she is kept very busy looking after her three Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla’s Nessie, Fluke & Lisel, as well as doing landscape photography and socialiasing with friends.

Laura Sawyer

Veterinary Nurse

Laura Sawyer

Veterinary Nurse

Laura joined the team in early 2015 and became a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2018. She splits her time between Harvest and another local practice, doing emergency out-of-hours night shifts. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her many animals. She has a cavapoo called Ozzy, 2 cats; Coco and Maple, a beareded dragon called JoJo, and three horses; Oaka, Eric and Star.

Hannah Bosher

Veterinary Nurse

Hannah Bosher

Veterinary Nurse

Hannah joined the nursing team at Harvest in 2019, having qualified from her Foundation Degree in the summer. Hannah enjoys medical nursing, and therefore enjoys being on inpatients. She also enjoys ensuring all patients recieve cuddles! She has a very sweet Chihuahua cross puppy named Rex

Prudie Richards

Veterinary Nurse

Prudie Richards

Veterinary Nurse

Prudie started with Harvest in July 2021. She qualified as an RVN in 2020 at Hartpury University. Her particular interests are in exotic anaesthesia, laboratory and pharmacy, she would also love to become a clinical coach too, to help train the future veterinary nurses! Prudie has a passion for diabetes management so much so she wrote her dissertation thesis on diabetic care in cats and dogs. At home, she has 2 dogs (Mississippi and Lulu), 2 horses (Jacob and Tilly), 3 cats and a few other farm animals. In her spare time she likes to compete Jacob in dressage and showing. Prudie will be splitting her time between both Maidenbower and Broadbridge Heath clinics.

Amy Hogan

Veterinary Nurse

Amy Hogan

Veterinary Nurse

Amy joined the team in January 2021. She is currently half way throught her Veterinary Nursing training at Plumpton College. She is particularly passionate about anaesthesia and inpatient care. Although she has a real soft spot for miniature dachshunds including her own Archie, she loves working with a variety of animals and is always willing to give out cuddles to those in need!

Charlie Spearing

Veterinary Nurse and Hills Nutritional Ambassador

Charlie Spearing

Veterinary Nurse and Hills Nutritional Ambassador

Charlie joined Harvest in May 2019 as a Registered Veterinary Nurse, after qualifying November 2018 Charlie’s favourite part of nursing is theatre, especially scrubbing in to orthopaedic surgeries. She also has a huge passion for wildlife and exotics, as well as a keen interest in the health and well-being of Brachycephalic breeds. Charlie has completed her Hills Nutritional Ambassador Programme and runs weight clinics alongside Amy G. Outside of Harvest, she enjoys walks on the forest with her mischievous RSPCA pug cross, Bella. She also is the owner of a corn snake and leopard gecko.

Tori Pitts

Veterinary Nurse, Clinical Coach and Hydrotherapist

Tori Pitts

Veterinary Nurse, Clinical Coach and Hydrotherapist

Tori came to Harvest in 2013 as a student veterinary nurse, and qualified in 2017. Tori joins Faye in the hydrotherapy unit weekly. Alongside nursing and hydrotherapy, Tori is also Amy’s clinical coach. This means Tori helps Amy during her traning to complete her Nursing Skills Log. She has a Springer Spaniel called Bella, that she has rehomed from the RSPCA.

Sarah Partridge

Receptionist

Sarah Partridge

Receptionist

Sarah joined the reception team in 2008. She has re-homed two cats and two guinea pigs from the RSPCA, and has a collection of tropical fish. She has also got a young Labrador puppy called Flynn who brings a lot of mischief to Sarah’s life!

Leanne Azam

Receptionist

Leanne Azam

Receptionist

Leanne rejoined the team in August 2018. At home she has three dogs- a pug mix named Winston, a mixed breed rescue called Basil, and a rottweiler called Brutus. She also has three cats, Mittens, Albus and Rocky. In her spare time she enjoys socialising with family and friends, as well as studying for her university course.

Claire Goddard

Receptionist

Claire Goddard

Receptionist

Claire joined Harvest Reception team in September 2020. Claire rehomed a cockapoo from the RSPCA called Monkey. He lives up to his name! She has also previously had hamsters and mice. In her spare time she enjoys volunteering with the RSPCA, walking Monkey, and socialising with friends & family.

  • Your vet in Maidenbower

    We're a purpose built practice with a dedicated and highly experienced team. We pride ourselves on the quality of service that we provide. We aim to do so with care and compassion for you and your pets. 

    We provide a wide range of services, including surgery, cardiology, homeopathy and acupuncture, keyhole surgery and hydrotherapy.

Practice Accreditations

RCVS accredited practice