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Vets4Pets Runcorn

Meet the team

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Aleksandra Kulisch JVP MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon and Practice Owner

Hi my name is Aleksandra but most of you know me or will know me as Ola. I’m a Veterinary Surgeon and a Joint Venture Partner here at Runcorn Vets4Pets. I've graduated in 2013 from University of Life Science in Lublin, Poland. In Poland I spent 3 years working in a small animal practice. In 2016 I decided to come to UK with my husband to begin a new adventure in our life. Now I'm enjoying being part of Vets4Pets Widnes team.

I truly enjoy my job. I love to work in first opinion practice. My specific professional interest includes internal medicine,   radiology, ultrasound examination and surgery. I am currently studying towards gaining my Imagining Certificate which I hope to gain in the next year or two.

I’m a happy owner of two crazy guinea pigs Peanut & Bazyl, a rescue cat Cloud and crazy Weimaraner Mephi who can often be found at the surgery. 

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Rachel Woodward BVMS CertSAS CertExAP MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon and Practice Owner

Hi I’m Rachel. I’m a Veterinary Surgeon and a Joint Venture Partner here at Runcorn Vets4Pets. I am from Widnes originally and am a JVP at Widnes Vets4pets as well. I studied at Glasgow Veterinary School and took a detour via a busy mixed practice in Lincolnshire to come back home to Widnes. 

I thoroughly enjoy my job. I have an interest in both orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery, along with exotics. I have successfully completed post graduate certificates in both of these subjects. 

I have 3 crazy dogs, who can often be found at the surgery as our patient welcoming department/extra receptionist. Poppy is a Springer Spaniel whom I have had since a puppy. Teddy is a rescue Springer and Maisie is a rescue Springer cross. I have a rescue tortoise called Sheldon.   

Outside of work I can be found playing my saxophone as part of Liverpool Hope Concert Band, or having long walks with my dogs.

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Konrad Kulisch JVP MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon and Practice Owner

Hi, I’m Konrad. I’m a Veterinary Surgeon and a Joint Venture Partner here at Runcorn Vets4Pets. I graduated in 2014 from Lublin University of Life Science in Poland. I have worked in a mixed practice for 2 years but in 2017 I decided to come to the UK to start a new chapter in my life. I have worked with big and small animals during those few years but I’m now enjoying seeing a wider variety of small and exotic patients. I am currently studying towards gaining my Exotic Animal Practice Certificate which I hope to gain in the next year.

I’m the proud owner of a weimaraner Mephi who you my often meet in the practice staring at the treats bowl. Also a rescue cat called Cloud who was brought to the practice as a stray. 

Outside of work I like playing volleyball and relaxing at home playing video games with friends.


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Anna Binder MRVCS

Veterinary Surgeon

Hello, I’m Anna and I qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon from Wroclaw University of Life Science in 2012. I’m originally from Poland where for 6 years I have practiced in small animal practices, taking care of dogs, cats and small mammals. 

In September 2018 I’ve become a member of Widnes Vets4Pets Team. I have an interest in internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and laboratory diagnostics.

Outside of work I enjoy reading, cooking and long walks with my dog, Mackie.


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Jasmyn Webster RVN

Registered Veterinary Nurse

I have been qualified for 3 years. Since a very young age I have always known that I have wanted to work with animals and I knew veterinary nursing was the career for me when I left high school. I have 3 cats of my own who all have their own cheeky individual personalities but I wouldn’t have them any other way. 

I have been lucky to gain experience and skills working within a first opinion practice and also a referral hospital with intensive nursing to which I have developed a special interest in nursing care for neurological conditions, medical conditions and emergency & critical care. I absolutely love what I do, it’s the most rewarding career and doesn’t really feel like a job. I love to ensure every pet that is with us feels right at home with cuddles, treats and lots of TLC! 

In my spare time I enjoy meeting up with friends and fun days out with my family.  

I look forward to meeting your cute pets in our nurse clinics! 


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Alessandra Meacock 

Practice Manager

Hey, My name is Alessandra  and I am the Practice Manager here at Runcorn Vets4Pets. Before joining the team here I worked as Deputy Manager for Pets at home. I have a Animal Management (Plus Business) Degree. I love meeting all our clients, In fact you'll probably find me on the reception floor enjoying plenty of kisses and cuddles.

I have 2 Fur babies, a Beagle called Hugo and a German Shepherd called Opie who you might see being a nuisance behind the reception from time to time.  In my free time I am usually walking trying to tire out my crazy dogs, or binge watching a TV series.




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Lisa Ellams 

Client Care Advisor

Hi, I'm Lisa and I'm a Client Care Advisor at our Runcorn practice.  I've worked in the veterinary industry for nearly three years and decided to make the move to Vets4Pets when the Runcorn branch opened.  It's very exciting to be with the practice from the beginning and I'm looking forward to seeing how we grow.  

The best part of my job is getting to know our clients and their pets - I'm always ready to receive cuddles and kisses (but only from the animals!).  When I'm not at work, you can find me singing with a local community choir, where I've been a member for four years, or curled up at home with a good book and a purring moggy!  I'm a self-confessed crazy cat lady, with two beautiful black cats named Jem and Scout.  I look forward to welcoming you and your pets to our practice.

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Samantha Wilson 

Client Care Advisor

Hi my name is Sam!

My most favourite thing in the whole world is my bulldog called sky! She is spoilt rotten and a tad bit on the porky side! Which maybe down to all the treats i feed her :) 

I love the job i do and I'm so lucky to work for such an amazing vets, where we all really care about the animals and owners needs! Making sure your pet gets the best treatment!

I have previously worked as an auxiliary veterinary nurse and completed a dog grooming course in my spare time as a hobby.

When I'm not working at vets4pets you will normally find me out walking sky or socialising with my family and friends!