She enjoys spending time at the hospital assisting with surgeries whenever possible. Out of work Emily enjoys walking her dog ‘Loki’, running, furnishing her new home and socialising with friends.
Emma graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2019. She’s always been fascinated with all things equine and has owned her riding pony Kavanagh since the age of 12. Following graduation she spent time volunteering with SPANA in Morocco looking after the working horses and donkeys that are so vital to peoples livelihoods there. She completed a 13 month internship in a busy equine clinic on the welsh border, where she took an interest in Medicine and Anaesthesia. Emma joined Oaklands Veterinary Centre in February 2021 and has thoroughly enjoyed helping the equine population in the North East achieve their best.
In her spare time you can find her indulging in arts and crafts, or out exploring the countryside with a very over exuberant Welsh Collie.
In her spare time she enjoys being out and about with her working Cocker Spaniel, Roo, as well as going to the gym and baking.
Hannah Curran joined the team at Oaklands Equine Hospital in November 2020. She graduated from the University of Surrey’s School of Veterinary Medicine and Science in the summer of 2020 where she elected to complete three rotations in equine practice. Hannah enjoys all aspects of equine practice but has a particular interest in lameness and internal medicine.
When not working, Hannah can be found caring for her two Trakehners, Shorty and Pecan. Shorty is her competitive partner who she enjoys training and competing with in local dressage competitions.
Helen is currently undertaking a CertAVP in Equine Stud Medicine. When not at work, you may see her out running and walking with her very energetic, Cocker Spaniel, Flicka.
In his spare time Jamie has a contract sheep shearing business and would one day like to compete at the Great Yorkshire Show. He remains a keen supporter of the Cleveland, Zetland and South Durham Hunts, either on horseback or on foot but his main passion is for jumping steeplechase fences. After making his point-to-point debut in 2016 Jamie hopes to pick up the reins and race again in 2021, when he hopefully has more time.
In his free time he enjoys playing football and taking part in CaniCross County Events with his dog, Max, where the two of them have been extremely successful.