Our Veterinary Specialists
We have a number of visiting veterinary specialists at Mercer and Hughes. This means we can provide an expert service to our clients in the convenience of our surgery rather than you having to go to a referral centre.
David Williams – Opthamology
David Williams MA VetMB PhD CertVOphthal FRCVS provides expert treatment for a wide range of veterinary eye problems including cataracts, gluacoma and corneal ulceration.
David is an Associate Lecturer in Veterinary Ophthalmology at the Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine as well as seeing private patients in vet practices throughout Cambridgeshire and Essex. He also wears the most amazing bow ties!
Martin Owen – Orthopaedics
Martin Owen BSc BVSc PhD DSAS(Orth) DipECVS MRCVS is a specialist orthopaedic surgeon who is able to treat all the orthopaedic problems that your pet may have such as problems such as ruptured cruciate ligaments and a wide range of fractures and other orthopaedic problems.
After completing his specialist training in Orthopaedics at Glasgow University, Martin became senior lecturer in veterinary orthopaedics and has run orthopaedic departments at referral centres before eventually setting up his own private practice.
Paul Smith – Cardiology
Paul Smith BVetMed DVC MRCVS RCVS is able to diagnose and a treat a wide variety of heart and lung problems and carry out a wide range of diagnostic tests such as ECGs (echocardiography) of the heart and endoscopic examination of the airways and lungs.
Paul runs his own private practice and has been a recognised veterinary cardiology specialist since 2005.
Mercer and Hughes have always had close links with local referral centres including Dick White Referrals, The Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital in Cambridge, The Animal Health Trust in Newmarket and the Royal Veterinary College in London. This enables us to refer pets for specialist diagnosis and treatment should the need arise.
Local referral centres mean that you won’t have to travel great distances to get specialist treatment. However we can refer to wherever we think would provide the appropriate treatment.
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