Meet Our Team
MA VetMB GPCertSAS MRCVS
Michelle qualified from Cambridge in 1994. She has worked in mixed practice and also referral centres before coming to join Burghley in 2004. Michelle enjoys the variety that comes with being a small animal veterinarian and the chance to get to know and build relationships with both clients and their pets.
Jessica qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in July 2008 and joined Burghley as her first job. She particularly enjoys the detective work involved in small animal medicine. Jessica is very much a dog person and especially loves Labradors. In her spare time, Jessica enjoys singing and is an active member of Stamford Choral
Jane graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2012 and worked in small animal practice in South Wales before joining Burghley in March 2015. She is particularly interested in exotic animals such as small mammals and birds, and enjoys working with these species. At home her menagerie comprises an African Pygmy hedgehog, two rescue rabbits and a three-and-a-half legged rescue dog, Shadow.
My name Sergiu and I come from Romania, I have recently moved to Stamford where I now live with my partner. In my spare time I enjoy photography, films and cooking. I am thoroughly enjoying my role here as a vet surgeon getting to know all the owners and their pets.
Dr Andre Costa Pereira
DVM MSc PGcertEAMS PGcertVPS certAVP-GSAS MRCVS
Dr Andre is a specialist surgeon who visits us for the more complex cases. He graduated in 2011 and has been working in the UK since 2013.
Since moving to the UK he has been working in busy hospitals, while training for his certificate in order to ensure high surgical caseload. For the past 3 years he has been the lead surgeon for a large group taking surgical referrals from the other clinics within the group. He has attended many international congresses and courses to be up to speed with the most recent techniques and has trained with some of the best surgeons in the field .
He enjoys all aspects of soft tissue and orthopedics, but has a special interest in minimally invasive surgery, BOAS (brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome) and traumatology.
He has a certificate in Advanced Veterinary Surgery and is an Advanced Practitioner in small animal surgery
Claire Morgan – Student Veterinary Nurse
Megan Pearson – Student Veterinary Nurse
Charlotte Potts – Student Veterinary Nurse
Having moved to Stamford from Manchester in 2019 and starting a new role with The Burghley Veterinary Centres, I am looking forward to the challenge of becoming a fully qualified vet nurse. My interests include keeping
fit which my 2 dogs help me with.
Elise Campbell – Animal Nursing Assistant
Louise started at Burghley over 10 years ago in our Stamford branch.
She enjoys the excitement of making sure that the reception works smoothly and greeting our patients and clients.
Outside of work Louise enjoys socialising, listening to music and family holidays. She has two children who make sure that any spare time she has does not go to waste as well as two cats and a tortoise.
Gill Budd – Receptionist
I currently have two cats – one of whom seems to think he is actually a dog – he likes doing tricks, playing ‘fetch’ and even responds to a whistle. At work I relish the chance to assist the vets with patients as
well as assisting their owners at the reception desk and over the telephone. Relaxation for me is reading, music, history and nature.
Escape is peace and quiet – walking on a beach or through woodland…. preferably (but not essentially) with warmth and sunshine.
Juliette Nelson – Receptionist
I enjoy meeting new people, I love to go horse riding, dog walking and meeting up with friends. I am part of Stamford Prides keep Stamford clear of litter and best of all is snuggling on the sofa with my 3 cats watching films.
Karen Mason – Receptionist
I have 2 dogs of my own and enjoy days out walking with them. During my free time I also enjoy socialising with friends going to the theatre/concerts and I am an active member of the vintage singers.
Emma Martin – Receptionist