11 Alma Square
Tel: 01723 360484
Large Free Car Park
We have a large free car park
available at the rear of the surgery
and parking at the front of the practice
in Alma Square, which is metered in
Experienced & Friendly Staff
Karen joined Alma Veterinary Surgery in 1990 and is presently the RSPCA Cattery coordinator, as well as being involved in all aspects of the practice daily routine. She has 2 cats, both adopted from the local RSPCA.
Rebecca Sims BTEC National Diploma Animal Care
Becky joined us in 1998, and as well as the routine duties she has a particular role in keeping our practice pharmacy fully stocked and organised. In her spare time Becky shows sheep, enjoys horse riding, has 2 border collies and helps run the family flock of sheep.
Joanne Greathead RVN
Joanne qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1992, and after working at the PDSA in London and Hull, and at the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket, joined us in 2001 and is involved with most of the surgical and medical aspects of the practice.
Vanessa joined us as a nursing assistant in 2015 to assist with all the daily duties involved in running the practice, and has a particular interest in the treatment and nursing of wildlife casualties. In her spare time Vanessa breeds and shows her guinea pigs (she presently has about 50), and enjoys riding her horse Charlie.
Peter Calow MRCVS
Peter qualified in 1980 and has practised in Scarborough since 1981. He has a particular interest in all aspects of small animal medicine and surgery.
Stephen Timms MRCVS
Stephen qualified in 1976 and has practiced in Scarborough with Alma Veterinary Surgery since 1980. Whilst involved in all aspects of the practice, he has a particular interest in small animal medicine.
Heather Westron MRCVS
Heather qualified in 2000, and joined Alma Veterinary Surgery shortly afterwards. She is involved in all aspects of our pet related medical and surgical workload. She loves keeping active and being out of doors in all weathers, especially at her family’s dairy farm. Heather has a menagerie of pets including a dog, cats, hens and rabbits.
Maria is the practice manager, and keeps the office running smoothly. In her spare time she enjoys walking her 2 Labradors around the countryside.
Maggie has been with us since 2016. She’s an elderly Yorkie and was found wandering in a local park covered in dirty hair mats, having a cancerous tumour, a womb infection, rotten teeth and awful overgrown claws.
She was adopted and treated by vet Heather and now lives life to the full. Maggie likes to meet and greet clients at the practice, when she’s not too busy snoozing under the desk.