We are delighted to congratulate Tally and Vicki on achieving their Advanced Practitioner status.
‘Advanced Practitioner’ is an official recognition of a veterinary surgeon’s particular knowledge and skills in a designated field of veterinary practice.
Tally Clift BVSc PgC SACS Advanced Practitioner MRCVS
Tally graduated from Bristol University in 1990. Tally spent time at the practice as a student vet, and accepted a position once qualified. She has been at the practice ever since.
Tally is very popular with our clients and has built a very loyal client base over the years. She is passionate about pet care and enjoys all aspects of Veterinary Medicine, with particular interests in small animal Cardiology, for which she achieved her GP certificate in December 2013.
Tally is recognised by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as an Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Cardiology.
Vicki Farbon MA VetMB GPCert (SAM) PgC SADI Advanced Practitioner MRCVS
Vicki graduated from Cambridge University in 2003 and has been at Scott’s ever since. She enjoys all aspects of Veterinary Medicine but has a keen interest in small animals.
Vicki holds a certificate in Small Animal Medicine. She particularly enjoys diagnostics including radiography and ultrasound.
Vicki achieved her post graduate Certificate in Diagnostic Imaging in February 2017. She is recognised by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as an Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Diagnostic Imaging.
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