Veterinary Surgeon / Clinical director
Stefano Skert – Clinical director
I have 20 years of experience in veterinary medicine, throughout my professional career I have gained extensive experience in emergency medicine and critical care. My particularly interest is in soft tissue surgery, internal medicine and cardiology and my main goal as Clinical Director here at SLEVC is to guarantee that your pets receive immediate and effective treatment when they need it most.
I am married and have two boys, an old German Shepard a bossy chihuahua, two crazy ginger cats and two lazy horses, not to mention the ninja chicken running in the backyard…
Lukasz Rauk – Veterinary Surgeon
My name is Lukasz Rauk.I graduated as a Veterinary Surgeon at University of Life Sciences in Lublin (Poland), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in March 2009. I started my first job in small animal practice in Zakopane in June 2009. I’ve been working there till November 2015.I’ve decided to come over to London for take up a new life challenge and increase my veterinary skills. From November 2015 I’ve joined the team at the South London Emergency Vets Clinic.
I am fascinated about veterinary emergency &critical care and also surgery. I am married. In my free time my wife & I spend a lot of time sailing because this is our lovely passion. I prefer an active life with outdoor activities like skiing, mountain trekking and travelling which give me a chance to be close to nature.
Eleonora Corsi – Veterinary Surgeon
I have been a Veterinarian since 2007 I come from Florence in Italy I have been in the UK for over a year now. I love my job and I wouldn’t want to be or do anything else. I love animals and I do my very best to take care of them everyday. They rely on us to help them when they are in need.
I love to travel but who doesn’t.., I have travelled a bit already. I like to stay fit by walking and listening to music sometimes at the same time.
Tracey Jefcut – Veterinary Nurse
I have been part of the SLEVC family for many years now and still loving it!
I own a long-haired cat named Erol and two guinea pigs Schmoo and Punky. My greatest love are horses of which I have two, Riley and Yoyo. This is where I spend the rest of the week, looking after them both and teaching children and adults of various ability to learn to ride. I also compete in shows, both dressage and show jumping at weekends. Life is pretty hectic but very rewarding!
Leah Attwood – RVN
I graduated from the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 2010 with a diploma in Veterinary Nursing. Since returning to England, I have worked in emergency hospitals only, as I quickly learned I had a passion for emergency and critical care. I also have an interest in wound management too.
I am suited well to night work as it brings in the more unusual cases, plus I enjoy listening to the bird song around 4-5am.
I started working at South London Emergency Vets in August 2014 and haven’t looked back since!
In my spare time, I enjoy knitting and keeping fit. I plan to complete my first international marathon later this year.
Davide Pulsoni – Veterinary Surgeon
I began my degree at the University of Teramo (Italy) and as part of the ERASMUS programme continued my studies at the University of Zaragoza (Spain). I went on to complete my undergraduate degree in Spain in July 2013 at the University of León and moved to the UK on November 2014. Working and studying in different countries and with different cultures has helped me to develop strong and adaptable interpersonal, communication and team working skills.
Working as a Vet is the fulfilment of a long-cherished dream. Since I was just 10 years old I used to bring home animals rescued from the street. Now I have a 9 years old Pug, her name is Ginger (In honour to Ginger Roger), she’s my princess. I also got a cat called Agatha (In honour to Agatha Christie), she’s a nasty ginger long hair cat!