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Willows welcomes a new clinician in small animal surgery
25 September 2016
Clinician in Small Animal Surgery
Willows is delighted to welcome Emma Hall BVSc MRCVS, Clinician in small animal surgery. Emma has a strong interest in all areas of soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery and is currently working towards a European Diploma in Veterinary Surgery.
Emma graduated from the University of Bristol in 2011. She then worked in Brighton for 18 months before moving to a busy small animal practice in Oxfordshire. Following the completion of a small animal rotating internship at the University of Glasgow’s teaching hospital and a surgical internship at a Specialist referral hospital in Surrey, Emma joined the Willows team as a resident in small animal surgery. Emma is actively involved in several research projects covering a number of topics, including humeral condylar fractures, portosystemic shunts and the use of 3D-printed patient specific osteotomy guides.
Emma has a strong interest in all areas of soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery and is currently working towards a European Diploma in Veterinary Surgery.
In her spare time Emma enjoys walking, climbing and scuba diving.