Helen Molyneux RVN DipAVN DipHECVN CertVNECC
Helen started veterinary nursing in 2001 and has a particular interest in anaesthesia and critical care. Helen is a qualified Pet Health Counsellor and is on hand to advise on all aspects of animal care. As Rees is a veterinary nurse training practice, Helen is one of our clinical coaches meaning she oversees the next generation of student nurses on a daily basis. Helen gained her Certificate in Emergency and Critical Care in 2013 and her Advanced Nursing Diploma in January 2017. Helen lives in Warrington with husband and their Border Terrier Dolly. In her spare time she enjoys horse riding and going to the gym.
Amy Farrimond RVN
Amy joined the practice since August 2011 where she started as an Animal Nursing Assistant. She then progressed to begin her Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing and qualified in November 2015. Amy has a keen interest in radiography, venepuncture and medical nursing of hospitalised patients. She has a feline companion called Milo who she adopted from the practice and hand reared him from a few weeks of age.
Debbie Oakes RVN
Deb joined Rees as a Kennel maid when she was 12 and never escaped! She qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1998. She enjoys in patient care, nurse clinics, anaesthesia and monitoring surgical patients. She has completed her Advanced Medicine module in the MiNurse Academy and is currently working towards the Emergency and Critical Care module. Her spare time is spent with her husband and children who love walking and the outdoors; she is also an avid fan of Warrington Wolves.
Animal Care Apprentice
Emily has worked at Rees since the end of 2016 as an Animal Care Assistant Apprentice, with hopes of becoming a Veterinary Nurse and/or working in animal rehabilitation. She adores all animals- her favourites being pigs, donkeys and anything tiny! She currently has a little black cat called T, but dreams of rescuing as many dogs as she can afford one day.