Nathan Sithamparanathan BVSc CertSAD CertSAS MRCVS
Nathan qualified in Sri Lanka in 1981 and has been practicing as a veterinary surgeon since. He holds a certificate in small animal surgery and dermatology offered by The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Nathan has a special interest in dermatology and small animal surgery cases in the practice. After being certified in dermatology, Nathan had a clinical attachment with the department of dermatology at The Royal Veterinary College. He was also an advisor for veterinary surgeons taking the RCVS certificate in small animal dermatology. Nathan has been working in Medway since 1992 and joined The Medway City Veterinary Centre team in 1996. He was appointed as the clinical director in 2006.
Gill Goode BVSc MRCVS
Gill qualified from Bristol University in July 1991 and has worked in small animal practices in Kent since then. She is a member of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association and helped to organise their local Christmas event in 2012. Gill’s main interests are canine and feline medicine although she also enjoys weekly operating sessions to ensure her surgical skills are maintained at a high level. Away from work she has a variety of rescued pets and enjoys rural life with her partner and two daughters.
Natasha Hands MRCVS
Natasha studied veterinary medicine in Warsaw, Poland as an international student. In practice she is interested in internal medicine and behavioural medicine. In her spare time, Natasha enjoys taking her two dogs on long walks.
Aysha Kent BVetMed MRCVS
Aysha started her career in medical research at Imperial College completing her PhD in human obesity in 2006. She then went on to achieve her lifelong goal of becoming a vet from the Royal Veterinary College, graduating in 2010. Aysha came to Medway City Vets as a new graduate and enjoyed it so much she has stayed ever since. She has a particular interest in ophthalmology. Outside of work Aysha is a big fan of football, snowboarding and surfing. She also enjoys long walks with her retired racing greyhound, Prince.