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Cumbernauld Surgery 

Tel: 01236 727876

Falkirk Surgery

Tel: 01324 624361

Elizabeth Taylor

Receptionist

Lisa Morris RVN

Head Veterinary Nurse

Cumbernauld

Kat Boyd BSc (Hons)

Registered Veterinary Nurse

Miss J Boustead

Receptionist

Mrs L Hamilton

Receptionist

Our Cumbernauld Team

Lisa qualified in 2008 after working in small animal practice for a number of years. She moved to the Lawrie Veterinary Group in 2010 and became head nurse of the Cumbernauld practice in 2012.

Lisa has a keen interest in exotics.

Kat graduated from Edinburgh Napier University in June 2012 with an honours degree in Veterinary Nursing and joined Lawrie's the same month.

Kat enjoys working with the wide variety of animals we see at Lawries and has a keen interest in exotics; she is currently studying towards the City and Guilds Certificate in Veterinary Nursing of Exotic Species.

 

At home Kat has a little cat called Elphaba.

Elizabeth started working for Lawrie Vets in 2010, having previously worked in a similar role for a large distribution company.  The office environment she had already experienced was a world apart from Lawries.

 

Elizabeth loves seeing all the different animals that come through the door as well as having a chat with the owners, and is so happy to be part of such a wonderful team.

 

Elizabeth is married to John and has a daughter, Patricia, who is at university studying Law.  In her spare time she likes to chill out and watch the soaps on tv, pottering around the garden and spending time with her family.

Leianne Ralph

Student Veterinary Nurse

Hollie Simpson BSc (Hons)

Registered Veterinary Nurse

Daniella Pannone BSc (Hons) Registered Veterinary Nurse / Clinical Coach

Daniella graduated from Edinburgh Napier University in October 2015 and has been working at Lawrie's ever since. She has a keen interest in exotics, in particular rabbits. Daniella completed her dissertation on rabbit dentistry and in the future she hopes to complete the City and Guilds Certificate in Veterinary Nursing of Exotic Species.

 

Daniella has recently completed the Clinical Coach training and looks forward to welcoming veterinary nursing students.

 

At home, Daniella has a mad Cocker Spaniel called Jarvis. The majority of her spare time is spent with him, trying to get rid of some of his energy and trying to find his balls!

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Hollie graduated from Edinburgh Napier University in 2016. After spending some time in a hospital further North, she decided to join Lawries in September 2016; after carrying out some placement blocks with us as a student VN.

 

Hollie has a keen interest in exotics; especially reptiles. She spends most of her spare time looking after her reptiles and rabbit.