Meet the Vets
Our veterinary team is highly experienced and shares a passion for caring for animals. Find out more about us below:
BVSc (Hons) MRCVS – Director
Mike qualified from the University of Bristol in 1981. During his career he has gained invaluable experience in all aspects of veterinary medicine. He founded Woodlands Veterinary Clinic on 3rd August 1992. He currently works in both the equine and small animal departments.
Mike has interest in surgery and performs TTA surgery (tibial tuberosity advancement) for cruciate ligament rupture. He takes particular interest in lameness cases and is keen to take a holistic approach using physiotheraphy, laser and stem cell therapy where appropriate.
BVSc GPCert(FelP) MRCVS – Director
Greg is a dedicated small animal veterinary surgeon who qualified from Onderstepoort University, South Africa in 1990. He has achieved recognition for his special interest in Avian Medicine and Surgery and has expanded his knowledge in Exotic Medicine and Surgery. Greg passed his General Practitioners Certificate in Feline Medicine offered by the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies in 2013. He is also a practicing veterinary acupuncturist.
MA VetMB MRCVS – Veterinary Surgeon
Roland enjoys the varied caseload of general practice. His many interests include feline medicine, especially care of the older cat, as well as cardiology, dermatology, dental care and diagnostic imaging.
He also has particular interest in intestinal surgery and has saved the lives of many a pet that has swallowed something that they should not have done! Roland’s ability to explain complex animal health issues in plain English helps to instil confidence in clients facing the trauma of knowing their much-loved pet may need to have to undergo surgery.
BVM&S BSc MRCVS – Veterinary Surgeon
After doing a degree in Animal Science at Wye College, London University, Tamsin graduated from Edinburgh in 1997. She worked in mixed practice in Norfolk and Evesham before joining Woodlands in 2004. Tamsin is one of our part-time vets and has an interest in feline medicine.
BVMedSci BVM BVS MRCVS – Veterinary Surgeon
Susan qualified as a veterinary surgeon at the University of Nottingham in 2013, working in various practices until she decided to come back to her roots in Cheltenham. She joined the practice in 2016 and is interested in all aspects of general practice, in particular surgery, imaging and dentistry