Dr Nick Valley DVM, MSc, MRCVS
Nick qualified from Urmia University, Iran in 1987. He worked as a clinician until 1994, before emigrating to the UK. He achieved his Masters degree in histopathology from Imperial College, London University in 1998. Nick joined Amical in 1999 and purchased the practice in April 2001. His main interests are surgery and oncology, with a particular interest in cruciate ligament repair surgery.
Craig L Joly BVMS, Cert VC, MRCVS
Craig qualified from Glasgow University in 1982 and worked at a veterinary hospital in Sutton, Surrey for 3 years, then 5 years at a veterinary clinic in Norwich. He joined Amical in 1991, two years after its opening. Craig has a special interest in cardiac medicine and has qualified for a RCVS certificate in Veterinary Cardiology.
Craig grew up in Chicago, Illinois, but moved to Scotland while he was in the U.S. Navy. After leaving the Navy, he worked with horses at a riding centre near Glas-gow, achieving BHS Assistant Instructor. This is where he met his wife Robyn, while teaching her nieces horse riding. It was with the support and encouragement of Robyn that he started his training as a vet.
Craig is a keen photographer, avid reader and an amateur radio operator. He has a sweet little Chihuahua named Coco.
Dr Rebecca Elmore BVMS, MRCVS
Rebecca joined the Amical team in February 2018 after working at the RSPCA for the past 15 years. Rebecca graduated from University of Glasgow in 1996 and since then has worked in the Fenland area.
Rebecca’s passion is surgery especially reconstructive and orthopaedic surgery.
In her spare time she enjoys walking her 3 rescue bull breeds named Morris, Twiglet and Chuckie.
Dr. Catherine Mair BVetMed, BSc, MRCVS
Catherine qualified from London Veterinary College in 1994 after achieving a degree in physiology from Liverpool University. After a short time in Worcestershire she came to work in March, married a local farmer and has stayed here ever since. She has worked with small animals, cattle and horses over the last 25 years and joined Amical in late 2018. She spends her free time working on her own farm, with her various pets, eventing with her daughter or watching her son play rugby.
Dr Amanda Charles BVSc, GPCert(Derm), MRCVS
Amanda qualified as a vet from Liverpool University in 2002. She has worked in small animal practice in Cambridgeshire ever since. Amanda has a special interest in dermatology and achieved a post graduate certificate in dermatology in May 2019. She is currently working towards advanced practitioner status. Outside of work Amanda spends most of her time with her family and her two very active young sons who keep her busy! She also volunteers for the charity Streetvet in Cambridge providing free veterinary care for the pets of homeless people.