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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Tracey Turner - Head Nurse/Receptionist/Accounts (Diploma in Veterinary Nursing)

Tracey studied her Certificate in Veterinary Nursing in her home town of Blenheim, where she grew up with an interest in the show dog business from a young age. Within a few days of graduating Tracey was offered a job at Pet Vet Lower Hutt. Inbetween full time work, she studied for her Diploma in Veterinary Nursing via correspondence. Upon successfully completing her Diploma, she continued to work at Pet Vet for ten years, gaining a broad and varied nursing experience with the unique cases that came through their doors. Tracey joined the team at Maidstone in August 2011 as the Head Nurse. Tracey and her partner welcomed - Olivia O'Riley in January 2014 and Jackson O'Riley in January 2016. 

Angeline Penberthy -  Nurse/Receptionist (Diploma in Veterinary Nursing)

Angeline grew up in the Upper Hutt and joined Maidstone Vets in August 2008 whilst studying for her Certificate in Veterinary Nursing at Weltec. Inbetween full time work, Angeline studied at UCOL via correspondence to gain her Diploma in Veterinary Nursing. Outside of work she volunteers for numerous clubs and you may just see her running around various parts of Upper Hutt and Wellington. She shares residence with Tinkerbell, her cat.

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Danielle Slobbe` - Nurse/Receptionist (Diploma in Veterinary Nursing)

I started my work placement at Maidstone Vets in 2015 whilst studying by correspondence at Otago polytechnic for my Certificate in Veterinary Nursing. I am pleased to be an employee at the Clinic, and have successfully obtained my Diploma in Veterinary Nursing via correspondence at Otago University. I enjoy the company of animals so much, I am owned by my cat Bentley.

Antoinette Ratcliffe - Nurse/Receptionist (Certificate in Veterinary Nursing)

Antoinette graduated from Otago Polytechnic with a Certificate in Veterinary Nursing in 2007 and is a listed nurse under the New Zealand Veterinary Nurse Association register.  She is also the editor of the New Zealand Veterinary Nurse Journal. 
She graduated with a Master of Arts in 2012 (majoring in sculpture) and also teaches art classes in Wellington and Auckland. She has a cat called Cece who is also her studio assistant and travels with her to Auckland for classes.



Elizabeth Hutching - Nurse/Receptionist (Diploma in Veterinary Nursing)

I obtained my diploma in vet nursing from UCOL Palmerston North in 2010. I worked at Petvet for two years where I gained valuable experience before taking a break from nursing. I returned to the veterinary profession January 2018. I love everything about animals and share my home with my dog, cat, two guinea pigs and numerous farm animals (and a husband)



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