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  • WMR Welcome New Receptionists

West Midlands welcome three new receptionists to our team!

We are delighted to welcome Jennifer, Sally & Brendon to our Receptionists team, get to know them below:

Jennifer Middleton

Jennifer Middleton

I have been in the veterinary industry for 7 years. I have experience in first opinion/general practice, veterinary hospitals, out of hours and referral work. I enjoy all aspects of the job but have a keen interest in emergency and critical care and hope to develop my anaesthesia skills further at WMR.

In my spare time I am quite outdoorsy. I spend a lot of time hiking in the peak district and out with my dogs and horses.

At home I am lucky enough to have 3 dogs (Mistie, Pippa & Olive), Olive being a rescue that came into my previous practice for veterinary care. I also have 2 horses (Dakota & Domino) and 2 rabbits (Jack & Jemima).

I look forward to developing my knowledge and skillset with the WMR team who have already made me feel very welcome during my time with them so far.

Sally Holyoak

Sally Holyoak web

I joined the WMR team at the end of May 2021 in a part time role, as a Receptionist.

There's a lot to learn, but everyone here is super friendly and always willing to help and to explain anything that I don't know.

I am an animal lover and a people person; so, the role is perfect for me because I get to meet new people/ clients that love and care for their pets, plus I get to see the animals that were previously unwell getting better and making their recovery.

My favourite part about the job is working with like-minded people who care so much about animals.

Brandon Welding

Brandon Welding website

I started working for West Midlands Referrals at the beginning of May on reception.

There's a lot of new things to learn but it's been made easier by working with such a fantastic and understanding team.

I wanted to work for West Midlands Referrals as it is such a rewarding job to see animals with health conditions get better and it feels amazing to play a small role in helping them get the treatment they need.

My favourite part of the job has got to be seeing so many animals daily and I especially enjoy seeing a patient come for a re check when they have improved so much, plus what day can't be improved by seeing a fluffy pet! 

We wish them a warm welcome to our fantastic team!