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Meet The St Neots Vets Team | Vets4Pets
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Vets4Pets St. Neots

Meet the team

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Dr Mark B. Hedberg

Owner & Veterinary Surgeon

Mark is an American born veterinary surgeon with clinical experience in the Middle East and the United Kingdom. A longtime fan of pets both old and young, he especially enjoys working with cats, dogs, reptiles, and birds. He also enjoys untangling those chronic health issues that plague older pets, helping them maintain a great quality of life for as long as possible. He enjoys playing folk guitar and spending time with his family.

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Dr Jessica Regosz

Veterinary Surgeon

Jessica is from the Parisian region of France, and moved to Hertfordshire after graduating in 2007. She worked in a busy small animal hospital before joining Vets4Pets, to help launch the St Neots surgery.

She enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, nose to tail, fur and feathers, big and small; but has a particular interest in soft tissue surgery and rabbit medicine.

In her spare time, she enjoys travelling, music and the company of good friends. 

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Charlotte Pace
BA(Hons) RVN VTS (Cardiology) PG Cert (Vet Ed) FHEA

Registered Veterinary Nurse

I am the head nurse here at St Neots. I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2003 and worked at the Royal Veterinary College for 10 years.  After a stint teaching veterinary nurses, I am really enjoying working in practice again, working with pets and clients first hand, hopefully helping to make a difference. 

In 2010, I passed specialist cardiology exams in America, and often speak at conferences on nursing of patients with heart disease and heart failure.  I am also on the editorial board of a veterinary nursing journal. 

My other passion in veterinary medicine (and life!) is cats. Working with an angry or scared cat is one of my favourite things, as it can be so rewarding to win their confidence, and hear a faint purr.  At home, I have Arthur, a rescue cat who came with a lot of issues, but these days lives for food and fuss. 

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Rachel Freeman

Veterinary Care Assistant

I am the Veterinary Care Assistant at Vets4Pets, and I joined the practice when we opened in March. I had never worked in veterinary practice before, but I love it!  The variety of species is what I enjoy the most - we see so many different breeds of cats and dogs and sometimes more exotic species, like snakes and tortoises. 

I have a wide range of animal experience from working in a zoo, to kennels and at an open farm. I have owned cats and dogs before, but don’t have any at the moment, although I do want to change that very soon, and have my very own fur baby again!!!

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Rebecca Jenkins

Weekend Receptionist

I started my veterinary nursing degree in September 2015 and have enjoyed every moment. Before starting nursing, I completed my level 3 animal management diploma at Shuttleworth College. I am passionate about animals and their welfare. I currently own 2 King Charles Cavalier Spaniels named Ronnie and Reggie. I also look after a horse named Callie. My hobbies include horse riding and cooking. And I also enjoy going to the cinema to watch the latest films. 

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Rhiannon Thomas


Hi, my name is Rhiannon and I am one of the receptionists at Vets4Pets St.Neots. This is the first time that I have worked in a veterinary practice, however I am no stranger to a reception desk!

Being in the vets is a new and exciting challenge for me and I love it already, from cuddling the different animals, to getting to know our regular customers and being a friendly, familiar face.

I love all animals but especially dogs and horses. At home I have a Jack Russell called Jessie, who loves plenty of cuddles and several horses.