Sharon started working for Regan Veterinary Group on the 26th February 1996 and then qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2007. In 2015 Sharon became senior head nurse and she is enjoying her new role. Sharon has four pets: three cats, Isaac, Vada and Rex and Prim, a cross breed dog, who is the latest addition to the family. Sharon enjoys walking and spending time with her pets.
Kirsty has worked for the Regan Veterinary Group since 2004. She qualified as a Registered Nurse in 2008. Kirsty worked as a locum nurse for four years. This involved working at a variety of practices around the country and she got to see some very specialist surgeries. She enjoys weight clinics and working with owners to help them achieve a healthier pet.
Kirsty has three cats, Willow, Shrek and Claudia. Shrek and Claudia were abandoned when they were only a few days old and Kirsty hand reared them. They have grown up to be loving adult cats. Kirsty enjoys going for walks and discovering new places with her son in her spare time.
Sandy has been with Regan Veterinary Group since June 2009 and was part of the original team which set up the Little Lane surgery under the direction of previous owner Tony Regan. Sandy qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 1999. She specialises in clinical coaching and helping student nurses reach their full potential as qualified nurses. She has been head nurse for over 10 years. She enjoys nurse clinics and interacting with the clients, building strong bonds with them and their pets.
Sandy is a keen pet owner and has had many animals over the years including a bearded dragon, ferrets, fish, five cats and three dogs, to mention a few.
Carla joined The Avenue Veterinary Clinic in 2007. She qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2011 at Myerscough College and Lite Ltd. Carla has two dogs and a cat and in her spare time she enjoys meeting up with friends, Zumba and walking her dogs in the park.
Colette started working for Regan Veterinary Group in 2001 as a trainee nurse and qualified in 2004 as a veterinary nurse. She enjoys being a clinical coach, helping the student nurses reach their full potential as qualified nurses. Colette is an avid cyclist and cycles to work every day. She has three Guinea Pigs, two short-haired and one long-haired, called Wisper, Dora and Nelly.
Samantha graduated from Harper Adams University in 2010, and then went to work at the PDSA Gateshead and Newcastle for two years and then to Petmedics Hospital in Salford for one year. Samantha started working for Regan Veterinary Group in October 2013 and she has worked her way up to head nurse at the Radcliffe Surgery.
She has three cats, Imogen, Oliver and Leonardo; and two rats, Roxanne and Rosalee. Her hobbies and interests outside of work include photography, walking and food.
Natalie has worked for Regan Veterinary Group since 2014 and worked with us throughout her nurse training. She is a clinical coach and is passionate about training the next generation of nurses. She has a dog called Casie and a cat called Holly. Natalie enjoys spending time with her two young children.
Shaira qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2017 from Myerscough College and begun working for Regan Veterinary Group in December 2017. She was previously employed at a different veterinary practice where for three years she worked alongside exotic animals, developing an interest in reptiles and avians. Shaira’s hobbies are socialising, keeping fit and active through swimming and going to the gym, eating out and cooking.
Fiona qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 1991 in Blackburn and started working for Regan Veterinary Group in June 2000. She had previously worked for the RSPCA in both Manchester and Birmingham for nine years. She has two dogs, William and George, who accompany her to work, plus three cats, Harley, Humphrey and Hetty. Fiona’s hobbies include walking the dogs, reading, attending the theatre, eating out and socializing.
Fran started with Regan Veterinary Group in February 2017, Fran is newly qualified and has worked in the veterinary field for over nine years, which included a referral hospital and has experience in dealing with small animals. Fran has a specialist interest in, internal medicine, emergency and critical care and she is also a raw food adviser. Fran enjoys singing and cooking, when she’s not looking after her pets. She has two cats called Caramel and Amelie and one French bulldog called Orson.
Kim started working for Regan Veterinary Group in June 2006. She qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2013. Kim is responsible for the Healthy Pet Club membership and advice at our Little Lane Surgery. She has excellent communication skills and is focused on offering a service which exceeds expectations. She enjoys nurse clinics and ensuring clients receive the best possible advice.
Kirsty qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in July 2014. She completed her training at our Bury Road surgery and Myerscough College. She then obtained a full time position at the Rochdale Road surgery in Bury. Kirsty works part-time and lives in the surrounding area with her husband, son and dog, Minnie and she enjoys going for walks with her family.
Tarnya started working for Regan Veterinary Group in April 2016.
Lauren has been with us since August 2016 at our Bury Road practice, leaving her last practice of two years for further training. She has a back ground in horse riding including graduating from Jockey school in 2012 but has put that on the back burner while she focuses on further training and hopes to start her nurse training soon. Lauren has a very pampered Springer Spaniel called Ruby who loves to keep Lauren on her toes.
Robyn started working for Regan Veterinary Group in February 2015 as an animal nursing assistant and has now progressed to a student nurse position. She enjoys interacting with clients and their pets. She has several pets including two Jack Russells; two French Lop rabbits; a cat; and a chinchilla. In her spare time she enjoy going to the gym.
Lauren is due to graduate in 2016 and has worked for Regan Veterinary Group since May 2015.
Hannah started working for Regan Veterinary Group in 2014.
Shannon started working for Regan Veterinary Group in October 2015. She currently attends Myerscough Collage and is studying to become a qualified veterinary nurse. She is hoping to qualify in 2018. Shannon enjoys interacting with all animals. She has a dog called Bono and a cat called Casper.
Lindsey started working for Regan Veterinary Group in 2011.