Our Vets

Our Vets

Open around the clock, 365 days a year, the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals employs over 200 highly qualified staff. Our senior specialists and specialists-in-training come from around the world to push the boundaries of veterinary science and to work alongside colleagues who are committed to improving the lives of animals.

Our clinicians
  • Daniel Brockman BVSc CertVR CertSAO DipACVS DipECVS

    Professor of Small Animal Surgery

    Department of Clinical Science and Services

    Daniel works with the Soft Tissue Surgery Service and is leader of the cardiac surgery team. 

  • Sophie BroughtonBSc BVSc MRCVS

    Veterinary specialist-in-training

    Department of Clinical Science and Services

    Sophie has six years experience in first-opinion practice and is now training to be a specialist in internal medicine.

  • Jesus Diaz BujanMRCVS

    Veterinary specialist-in-training

    Department of Clinical Science and Services

    Jesus is training to be a specialist in ophthalmology. He is interested in all the aspect of ophthalmology, although he is keen to focus on intraocular surgery, neuro-ophthalmology and glaucoma.

  • Fernanda Da Cruz Camacho DVM MRCVS

    Veterinary specialist-in-training

    Department of Clinical Science and Services

    Fernanda is training to be a specialist in emergency and critical care. She is interested in all aspects of ECC, although is keen to focus on management of respiratory and neurology emergencies.

  • Dan Chan DVM DACVECC DACVN DECVECC FHEA MRCVS

    Professor of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine and Clinical Nutrition, and Head of Department of Clinical Science and Services

    Department of Clinical Science and Services

    Dan is particularly interested in coagulation disorders, nutritional support of the critically ill patient and acute pancreatitis in dogs.

  • David Church BVSc PhD MACVSc MRCVS

    Deputy Principal

    Department of Clinical Science and Services

    David is co-head of the Veterinary Internal Medicine Service and is particularly interested in both disorders of the endocrine system and thoracic medicine.

  • Maria Vegas Comitre LV PGDipVCP MRCVS

    Veterinary specialist-in-training

    Department of Clinical Science and Services

    Maria is training to be a specialist in emergency medicine and critical care. She is interested in all aspects of small animal critical care, although is keen to focus on trauma resuscitation and management as well as continuous renal replacement therapy.

  • David Connolly

    David Connolly BSc BVetMed PhD CertVC CertSAM DipECVIM

    Professor of Veterinary Cardiology

    Department of Clinical Science and Services

    David is part of the Cardiology Service and his clinical interests include interventional cardiology for the management of congenital heart disease.

  • Simon CookBSc BVSc MVetMed DACVECC MRCVS

    Lecturer in Emergency and Critical Care

    Department of Clinical Science and Services

    Simon is part of the Emergency Referrals and Critical Care services with particular interests in patient side ultrasonography, cardiovascular monitoring, endothelial function and ischaemia-reperfusion injury. 

  • Stefano Cortellini DVM MVetMed DACVECC MRCVS

    Senior Lecturer in Emergency and Critical Care

    Department of Clinical Science and Services

    Stefano is a Senior Lecturer in Emergency and Critical Care. He is particularly interested in lactate in sepsis, acute kidney injury and urinary biomarkers.

Contact us:

To make a referral contact our team via phone, e-mail or fax:

Referring Veterinary Surgeons only

+44 (0)1707 666399 (select option 2)

Hospital fax

+44 (0)1707 649384

Hospital email

qmhreception@rvc.ac.uk

Once the referral form has been received we will make the appointment directly with the client and fax you the details.