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Elaine qualified from University College Dublin in 2005 and worked for 2 years in mixed practice in Moira, Co. Down. After travelling around Australasia for 6 months, she took up a post in Jubilee Veterinary Centre as a mainly small animal vet with minor involvment in large animal work and a once weekly visit as veterinarian to Belfast zoo. In 2010, Elaine gained a general practitioners’ certificate in small animal medicine and loves nothing more but to get her teeth into an exciting medicine case!
Out of Jubilee Veterinary Centre, she can be heard screaming support for Ulster Rugby,photographing the landscape and loves baking.
Elaine is currently off on maternity leave and will return in January 2016.
Nigel Edwards was brought up on a dairy, suckler and sheep farm close to Enniskillen in Co. Fermanagh. After graduating in 2003 from University College Dublin he went to work in mixed practice and spent over 6 years in Parkview Veterinary Clinic in Strabane/Castlederg, Co. Tyrone where he found his passion in farm animal veterinary medicine. Nigel joined Jubilee Veterinary Centre in Dec 2009 as a farm animal vet. Whilst working as a full time vet he is also highly involved in the home farm in Co. Feramagh, which now is the home of a prize winning herd of pedigree Irish Moiled Cattle. When not farming or vetting Nigel could be found out socialising with friends or playing euphonium in a brass band.
Sharon was brought up on a dairy farm living on the Ards peninsula. She graduated from Edinburgh Vet School in 2003 and worked in mixed veterinary practice in Co.Tyrone for 3 years. She joined Jubilee in 2006 where she works mainly on the farm animal side of the practice.
A native of Comber, Andrew Fletcher graduated from Edinburgh Vet School in 2004. Following a short period working in mixed practice in Cookstown, Co Tyrone, he returned home to Jubilee Veterinary Centre in 2005. Although mainly involved in the large animal side of the practice, specialising in bovine lameness and reproduction, Andrew still has a keen interest in small animal surgery. In his spare time he is involved in the running of the family farm, looking after a champion pedigree flock of Hampshire Downs and Welsummer poultry. His other interests include playing rugby union having formerly played for Ards 1st XV, golf, fly fishing and showing vegetables and classic tractors. Andrew is also a favourite amongst the ladies in the practice for his prize winning baking!
Jason graduated from Glasgow Veterinary School in 2010 and worked for a large mixed practice in Scotland before joining Jubilee Veterinary Centre in 2012. He is particularly interested in transition cow management and fertility issues and has very quickly become very much of the large animal team. Jason comes from a mixed stock farm in Fermanagh and in what little free time he has away from animals, he enjoys rugby and socialising.
Catherine graduated from Bristol Vet School in 2009 and spent 2 years completing an internship and working in practice in England before returning home to Portaferry. Since then she has been working in small animal practice in Northern Ireland and has developed a keen interest in medicine. She joined Jubilee in 2015.
Eve graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2002. After working in a small animal clinic in Bangor for two years she spent a year working and traveling in Australia. After her return she worked in Belfast as a small animal vet for 11 years before joining Jubilee in 2017. She has a particular fondness for our feline friends and a special interest in feline medicine. Away from work she can be found walking in the Mourne mountains or volunteering with the National Trust.