Fitzalan house

Veterinary Group

Staff

Michael Kingsbury

Michael Kingsbury

BVetMed MRCVS

Michael trained at Glasgow and then London University. After graduation he worked as a farm animal vet in a mixed practice in rural Lincolnshire, before moving to a companion animal clinic in Chichester. Michael joined Bill Skelton in 1988, becoming his partner in 1993 and sole principal in 2002 on Bill’s retirement.



Michael has a rescue border terrier, a diabetic cat acquired through Cats Protection League and two tortoises. He enjoys mountain-biking, walking, circuit training, the theatre and recently has taken up modern jive.

Lisa Daniels

Lisa Daniels

BSC (Hons) BVM&S MRCVS

Lisa trained at Edinburgh University. Lisa has always worked as a small animal practitioner, initially in Chichester and latterly in London and Kent. Lisa joined Fitzalan House in September 2000. Lisa is undertaking a Certificate in Small Animal Internal Medicine which is similar to a Doctor becoming a specialist. and has a particular interest in Ultrasonography.

Lisa has two rescue cats that were abandoned due to serious illness and acquired through the surgery. Lisa also enjoys walking and silver-smithing producing attractive jewellery that often graces the boutiques of Brighton.

Alison Livesey

Alison Livesey

BVM&S MSc Cert SAS MRCVS

Alison Livesey re-joined Fitzalan House in 2009, having previously been part of the team between 2006 and 2008. Alison graduated from Edinburgh University in 1985. Over the years she has worked extensively but not exclusively for the Blue Cross. Whilst in practice Alison gained the RCVS Certificate in Small Animal Surgery in 2000, as well as achieving a Masters in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling from the University of Southampton in 1998. Her particular interests are Small Animal Surgery, Emergency Medicine and Imaging.

Alison has two Guinea Pigs acquired from Wadars, an elderly rescued cat that was brought in heavily pregnant following a road traffic accident, and a rescued Shih Tzu. She enjoys running, cycling, squash, and is involved with the Manhood Water Vole Conservation Group both on practical and journalistic fronts.

Ellie Farquhar

Eleanor Crawford

BVetMed MRCVS

After graduating from the Royal Veterinary College in 2009 Ellie worked in companion animal practice in London. She moved to Horsham in 2011 before joining Fitzalan House in 2013. Ellie’s particular interests are medicine and surgery and she is enrolling for an RCVS Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice, hoping to complete modules in both small animal medicine and cardiology.

Ellie keeps fit by running and walking with her extremely energetic Springer Spaniel Max. She enjoys travelling and is a keen pianist.

Rachel Rowell

Rachel Rowell

BVetMed MRCVS

Originally from Hampshire, Rachel graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in July 2015. She undertook a year long internship at a busy referral hospital up in St Helens, and then stayed on as a general practice vet for a further year. She moved down to West Sussex and started working at Fitzalan House in December 2017.

Rachel enjoys all aspects of the job but has a particular interest in internal medicine which she hopes to further develop. She also enjoys working with geriatric patients and ensuring they have the best quality of life in their twilight years.

Outside of work Rachel enjoys many outdoor pursuits including hiking, road cycling, camping and skiing. She also has an energetic springer spaniel who likes to keep her busy.

Viktorija Susko

Viktorija Susko

MRCVS

Viktorija was born in Lithuania and graduated as a Veterinary Surgeon in 2007. After graduation she undertook a two year Residency in Surgery and came to England in 2011. Viktorija joined Fitzalan House as a veterinary nurse in 2012 to get experience in an English practice and to improve her English speaking skills. She then worked as a vet in Brighton and gained an interest in feline medicine, dental procedures and surgery.

Viktorija re-joined Fitzalan House in May 2017, is dedicated to her profession and likes to provide care to all the animals and their owners. In her free time Viktorija enjoys travelling with her family, decorating furniture, gardening, cooking and reading to continue her professional development. Viktorija has a 3 year old cat, named George, who is a big hunter.