Nick Freeman and David Parkins are the senior vets with Nick being responsible for the equine side and David in charge of the farm and alpaca work. Beckie Cordner and Suzie Clark are our able, assistant vets.
We work on a principle of 'one client - one vet'; we feel continuity of care is crucial to providing good quality veterinary care and we strive to provide that. We encourage clients to use the same vet as far as possible for all routine work.
Nick graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2000. As one of the directors at Intake Veterinary Services Nick has a keen interest in equine orthopaedics. When not hard at work Nick is most likely to be found hanging off a mountain somewhere cold.
phone: 07764 826 668email: firstname.lastname@example.org
David graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2000 and work in several practices before coming to work for Intake and eventually becoming a director. David has a keen interest in all aspects of herd health but enjoys the odd sunny afternoon to get in a rare game of golf.
phone: 07734 489 598email: email@example.com
Beckie graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2015. Beckie then went on to work in a solely farm practice in Barnard Castle before coming home to join Intake in December 2017. Beckie has a keen interest in farm animal reproduction and is looking forward to broadening her knowledge and experience. In her spare time she can be found either on horseback or out running with her four legged companion Evie.
phone: 07500 040 140
Suzie graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2013. After working in mixed practice in North Yorkshire for a couple of years, local girl Suzie decided to return home. Having seen practice with Intake for many years as a student Intake was the perfect place to continue building her equine and farm experience. At weekends Suzie enjoys getting out and about competing her own horse Panzer.
phone: 07961 119 777
As the office manager at Intake Tracy is in charge of the everyday running of the practice and is tasked with the unenviable job of keeping the vets in line!
phone: 01434 606 033 (9:30am - 2:00pm)email: firstname.lastname@example.org