Carmarthen Veterinary Centre is an award winning, purpose built, state of the art practice providing care for all animals, large and small. The centre houses companion animal, farm, exotic inc camelid and equine facilities, with dedicated vets in each field. We are an RCVS accredited practice standards scheme hospital facility with 24-hour onsite and out of hours care provided by our own vets and nurses, ensuring continuity of care with a team you can trust.
Helen is our Large Animal Clinical Director, leading the large animal team within Carmarthen Veterinary Centre. She qualified from Royal Vet College, London in 2008 and joined us in July 2009. Equine wounds and Foal management would be included in her particular interests. She completed her RCVS Certificate in Cattle Health and production in 2015 and is an RCVS Advanced Practitioner.
Kate Mayne BVM&S DBR MRCVS
Senior Equine Vet
After graduating from the Royal Dick Vet College, Edinburgh in 2003, Kate came to work for Phillip Williams at Fairlane. 13 years on she’s still enjoying life in South Wales and is a valuable member of our team. All of Kate's time is spent on farm and equine work and she enjoys all aspects this entails. She completed her Diploma in Bovine Reproduction in 2014 and is an RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Bovine Reproduction.
Yasmin Channon BVSc MRCVS
Yasmin qualified from the University of Bristol in 2018 and came to join the equine team at Carmarthen Veterinary Centre a couple of months after graduating. She enjoys all aspects of equine work, but has particular interests in lameness, internal medicine, and wound management, which she hopes to develop further at CVC. Yasmin is a keen horse rider, having competed in show jumping and eventing with her horse, Tolley. When she’s not riding, Yasmin enjoys running, hiking and walks on the beach with her Collie cross, Finn.
Sarah Curtis BVM&S GPCertEqP MRCVS
Sarah qualified from Edinburgh University in 1988. Before joining Merlin Vet Group in 1992 she spent time travelling, working as a locum and at a practice in Gloucestershire. She works as an Equine and Farm Vet, with a particular interest in equine and donkey work and reckons the best thing about her job is the variety and seeing new things… even after 20 years in practice.
Maggie Dreistadt BVM&S MRCVS
Maggie qualified from the Royal Dick Vet College, Edinburgh and shortly after joined our team in September 2015. Originally from Pennsylvannia, she has enjoyed her experiences in the UK so much that she decided to stay and explore it further. Maggie has particular interests in dairy herd health, reproduction, farm animal surgery and equine medicine and dentistry. Outside of work she enjoys walking, biking, dancing and crocheting.