Jenny Asher

Jenny has worked for Midforest on and off, in one capacity or another, since 2005. She started as a Saturday assistant at Lyndhurst and graduated as a veterinary surgeon from the RVC in 2011. Her main clinical interests are dermatology, endocrinology, soft tissue surgery and 'small furries', but she also has a passion for shelter medicine and enjoys travelling around southern Africa donating her time to charity clinics. Back home in Dorset she enjoys running (very slowly), going to the theatre and watching ageing rock stars in concert. She shares her home with an extremely naughty cat called Elphaba.


Richard Cordery

Richard graduated from Cambridge Vet School in 1989. He joined Midforest Vets in 2013. Richard is interested in all aspects of general veterinary practice. He is married with 2 children and a rescue cat called Boots and helps with dog-sitting and walking a friend’s Cockerpoo. Richard enjoys birdwatching, walking and cycling.


Andy Elliott

Andy graduated from Edinburgh University in 1993. He has a rescue cat Vita and a 91 year old tortoise Jospehine. His areas of special clinical interest include dermatology (skin), clinical pathology (cells and blood!) and veterinary dentistry.


James Elliott

James attended Brockenhurst College before studying at the Royal Veterinary College, London qualifying in 1984. James’ particular interest is diagnostic imaging and he has a post-graduate qualification in radiology. He and his wife Sally have three children, two dogs, one cat, two rabbits, one new forest pony, three goldfish and a tortoise!


Heidi Heath
BVetmed BSc (Hons) MRCVS

Heidi initially qualified as a Veterinary Nurse from Hartpury College in 2006. After a year in practice, she then attended the Royal Veterinary College in London qualifying as a Veterinary Surgeon in 2012. Heidi has since worked solely in small animal General Practice and has a special interest in Surgery and Cardiology. Heidi has two rescue cats Travis and Tinkerbell. When not at work, she enjoys swimming, cycling and country walks.



Lizzie Cronin

Lizzie qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2002 and takes a share of the on-call duties for us. Her interests include running weight clinics, rabbit care and anaesthesia. She has 4 rescue cats called, Roger, Seattle, Spooky and Pumpkin


Sarah Everard

Sarah qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1993 and has since worked at Midforest Veterinary Practice for all but one of the following years. Sarah gained an OCN diploma in canine massage therapy in 2007, which she now uses to help dogs who are suffering stiffness or discomfort following exercise; she is particularly interested in helping canines to enjoy a comfortable and happy lifestyle during their senior years. Sarah is a keen gardener in her spare time and her cats, Chaz and Spike, enjoy helping her with the flowerbeds.


Rebekah Ford

Rebekah joined the Lyndhurst nursing team in 2017 having qualified the same year. As well as working full time, Rebekah is currently studying for an additional qualification in Animal Behaviour. Outside of work Rebekah enjoys spending time with her Hungarian Vizsla Megan, and in leadership within the Girl Guides organisation. 

Emily Loosemore RVN

Emily Loosemore

Emily joined the Midforest nursing team at the end of January 2017 having moved into the area from Dorset. She qualified in March 2012 and has special interests in canine behaviour and in-patient care. Emily has a cheeky border terrier called Oska as well as two rescue cats called Norbert and Maggie. Her little boy keeps her busy at home, but when she does have some spare time, Emily and her family enjoy taking long walks in the New Forest with Oska.


Eva Petersen

Eva qualified as a veterinary nurse in January 2009. She now works part time at our Lyndhurst surgery and enjoys running nurse clinics. In her spare time, Eva loves long walks in the New Forest with her dogs Nelly and Nora and partner John.


Bev Williamson

Bev works at our Totton surgery. She qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2001 and is now our head nurse. Her special interests are obstetrics, paediatrics, preventative healthcare and she runs bereavement counselling sessions.
Bev lives locally with her husband Mark and two rescue cats Ivy and Trouble!


Sarah Spencer
Trainee Veterinary Care Assistant

Sarah works full time at our Lyndhurst Practice. She started at Midforest in the Reception Team in March 2016. In 2017 Sarah joined the Nursing Team as a trainee Veterinary Care Assistant. When not at work, Sarah enjoys dog walks and being at the gym

Receptionists – Lyndhurst


Karen McFarlane

Karen is married with 3 grown up children and 1 granddaughter. She moved to Brockenhurst in 2015 with husband Bruce and their 8 year old Labrador Lucy.
Karen enjoys taking Lucy on long walks and cycle rides in the forest, but also loves exploring further afield in their camper van. She spent many weeks in 2015/16 travelling around Europe in the van and, thanks to the pet passport scheme, Lucy went too!


Caroline Pollard

Caroline works on reception at our Lyndhurst Surgery and lives in the village. When not at work Caroline is kept busy with her terriers. Any remaining spare time is spent trying to help keep the garden tidy and making sure the terriers don’t get into the bantam run!


Rebecca Hill

Rebecca joined our Lyndhurst reception team in October 2017. Her background is working in a GP's reception. She is a real animal lover and enjoys walking her Border Collie, Bailey. Her other passion is baking cakes!

Receptionists – Totton


Diane Dovey

Diane works in reception at our Totton surgery. She is married with two grown up children and a Persian cat Charlie. Out of work Diane enjoys Pilates and flower arranging.


Anna MacTavish

Anna works on our Totton reception team full time. She is married and has 2 daughters. She has a wealth of customer service experience and is a lifelong cat fanatic. She is currently owned by 2 cats, Pezley and Polo!


Becky Pollard

Becky is part time receptionist at our Totton surgery. She has a national diploma in animal care and an animal nursing assistant certificate. Becky has two children, two ponies, a cocker spaniel and a rabbit!


Jill Salsbury

Jill has over a decades experience working in a vets reception and she enjoys meeting people and their pets.
Jill has three dogs and a cat of her own. The dogs are called Cuba, Lilley, and Mr Darcy: and her cat is Mr Ripley. She enjoys walking her dogs in the New Forest. She has a grown up daughter and a son


Sue Spencer

Sue works in reception at our Totton surgery. She is married with a son Adam and has an English Bull Terrier called Nugget and a cat called Brigham. Sue enjoys dog walking, gardening, riding pillion on her husband’s Harley and being a party animal!


Molly Cross
Out of Hours Receptionist

Molly is our ‘out of hours’ telephone receptionist. She has been involved in the veterinary profession for 40 years, working in nursing, management and reception. Molly has wide experience in equine,farm and companion animals.