Integrating Conventional Medicine with Holistic Therapies
BVMS VetLFHom CertVetAc (IVAS) MRCVS
Principal Veterinary Surgeon
Mar has more than 20 years experience in animal care as a Conventional Veterinary Surgeon.
She has always had an interest in gentle ways of healing and has followed postgraduate studies in different disciplines within the Complementary Therapies area. In 2011 Mar started taking Acupuncture and Laser Referrals in Haslemere.
In May 2015 Mar opened the Petersfield Centre of Holistic Veterinary Medicine, today Peterfield Integrated Vets.
To find a bit more about Mar, click on the link above
Admin, Marketing and Design
Alan is the helping hand making everything happen, from this web site to the design and fitting of the Practice.
His vast experience in many fields has been key in getting this project forward.
At home, Mar and Alan share their lives with two cats and a German Shepherd Dog.
Petersfield Centre For
Integrated Veterinary Medicine
Dr Kinga Szakacs
DVM MRCVS FCertECC
Locum Veterinary Surgeon
Kinga qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon in 2017 and she is enjoing all aspects of the profession, particularly surgery, emergency medicine and diangostic imaging.
Kinga obatined her Certificate in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care in 2022
She became interested in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine when she realised that using conventional medicine alon was not sufficient to address the root cause of many diseases.
Kinga is currently studying towards a Certificate in Veterinary Acupuncture and Chinese Food Therapy at the Chi University in Florida.
She is passionate about treating animals as a whole with attention to details such as lifestyle, diet, making sure each patient gets treated on an individucal basis by prioritizing their individual needs.
Kinga joined us in November 2023 and she is pleased to be able to combine Western and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine in order to provide the best possible treatment to patients under her care.
Outside of work, Kinga enjoys travelling, mountain hiking, white water rafting, playing table tennis, cooking and reading.
Lindsay qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2001, later qualifying as a Nurse Assessor. She very much enjoyed training so then went to work as an Internal Verifier and lecturer at Sparsholt College.
Missing practice life though she returned to practice as a Senior Nurse and then Practice Manager.
Lindsay joined our team in September 22 as Practice Manager and is very much enjoying exploring the holistic side of Veterinary Medicine.
Veterinary Nurse Assistant
Helen joined our team in February this year.
She previously worked as a veterinary receptionist for 6 years at her last practice following studying a years’ Animal Handling at Sparsholt College.
Helen has a cockapoo, Amber, who she spends all her spare time with. Enjoying walks and holidays with her as much as possible. They have recently registered with Pets as therapy to volunteer in the local community.
Dr Gemma Nash
BA VetMB MRCVS
Surgical Veterinary Surgeon
Gemma graduated as a vet from Cambridge University in 2016 and has been working across veterinary practices in Surrey and Hampshire since.
She has extensive experience as a surgical vet and a real passion for this job.
Outside of work, you'll find Gemma walking a pair of flat-coated retrievers or out on the water paddle boarding, swimming or kite-surfing, whatever the weather!
Emma qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2002 and has lots of experience working in the animal care industry.
After working as the Head Nurse in a mixed practice for a number of years, she went to work at Sparsholt College as an Internal Verifier.
Later, Emma returned to nursing at a small animal practice and then wanted a new challenge, so most recently has been working at Marwell Zoo as part of the Public Engagement team.
Joining our team in April 2023, Emma is looking forward to learning all about the holistic and complementary approaches to veterinary treatments. At home, Emma is married, mum to two children and has two Labradors and two cats.