Meet our Team
Dr Sian Coxon
Veterinary SurgeonMVB (hons) MRCVS
Sian qualified in 1999 from University College Dublin and worked at a small animal practice in the West Midlands for 8 years before moving to Cheshire. Sian has recently become branch partner at Station House. At home, Sian has two very noisy Siamese cats called Ruby and Morph.
Dr Georgia Miller
Georgia graduated from Nottingham University and joined the team at Station House in December 2020 for one of her rotations as part of the new graduate programme with Willows Vet Group.
She enjoyed her time with us so much she chose to join the team permanently and has loved every second since.
In her spare time, Georgia enjoys walking on the beach with her schnauzer, Bella and yorkipoo, Lulu.”
Dr Sarah Worthington
Sarah graduated from Liverpool vet school 20 years ago and joined the Station House team in February 2020. Sarah works part-time and also has a volunteering job for Streetpaws looking after the much-loved pets of homeless people in Manchester. The Worthington menagerie includes Flynn (a 3-legged poodle cross), Algie (A GSP missing a toe), Otto (a 3 legged cat aka: The boss) some degus and a pony.
Head Veterinary Nurse
Deborah started her nursing in 2012 as a Student Veterinary Nurse at The Laurels Vets in Runcorn, a branch within the Willows Vet Group. Upon qualifying in 2016, Deborah joined the team at Station House Vets as Head Veterinary Nurse. Since then, Deborah has clinical coached three Student Veterinary Nurses to reach their goal as RVN’s (Registered Veterinary Nurses) and currently has two further SVN’s in training!
Deborah lives at home with her son (James), two rescue cats (Elizabeth and Eddie) and her fox red Labrador (Olive).
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Rebecca started working for the Willows in 2015 as an auxiliary nurse at Lymm. She then moved to Station House in 2017 to begin her Veterinary Nurse training. She qualified as an RVN in November 2020 and then transferred to The Willows Veterinary Hospital where she spent a year working as an Out of Hours RVN, dealing with emergencies and critically ill patients. She has recently come back to Station House to follow her dream of becoming a Clinical Coach to student nurses and already has her first student. Rebecca is also currently studying a certificate in exotic small mammals.
Rebecca has 3 cats, 2 chinchillas, 2 Guinea-pigs a horse and a tortoise and spends most of her free time caring for all her animals.
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Student Veterinary Nurse
Alice started working at Station House in September 2020 on Saturdays and then moved onto a full time position in January 2021.
This is a completely new career path for Alice after recently retiring, from her previous career as a professional singer & dancer.
Alice plans to begin her course training to become a Veterinary Nurse in September 2021.
Student Veterinary NurseCompetent Vet Dispenser
Senior Receptionist/Veterinary Care AssistantSilver & Gold Award
Kyisha started at Station House vets in 2019 as work experience, she was then offered a place as a Veterinary Care Assistant helping our nurses to care for our patients. She also works front of house on reception dealing with admin. Kyisha lives at home with her partner and a sassy cat called Coco.
ReceptionistCVD and Bronze
Ann has been working at Hale for many years.
She is married with two children who are now young adults.
They have a family rescue dog – a much loved collie dog called Stobo.
Sally joined the team in June 2020 and has over 20 years experience as a receptionist and comes to us from the medical sector.
She loves animals and has had horses, dogs, rabbits and hamsters to name a few!
She has two grown up children and lives locally