Fitzpatrick Referrals has welcomed a new senior clinician to its neurology team. 

Jeremy Rose joins Fitzpatrick, having previously worked at the University of Bristol.
Jeremy Rose joins Fitzpatrick having previously worked at the University of Bristol.

Jeremy Rose took up his new post on 5 December 2016 having previously worked at the University of Bristol as a teaching fellow in veterinary neurology and neurosurgery for 24 months.

Excitement

Chief of neurology at Fitzpatrick Referrals Clare Rusbridge said: “I am very excited and proud to announce the new addition to the team.

“Jeremy’s neurosurgery skills will augment our already strong team.”

Dr Rose graduated with a merit from the University of Cambridge in 2008 with a double first in zoology and veterinary medicine.

He completed a Small Animal Junior Clinical Training Scholarship at the RVC before undertaking roles in various small animal practices across the UK and obtaining further qualifications prior to becoming a specialist.

Best possible care

Dr Rose said: “I am really excited to be working among world-renowned specialists and alongside an amazing support team to offer the best possible care to patients at Fitzpatrick Referrals.”

He has a particular interest in stabilisation surgeries and inflammatory conditions of the central nervous system including steroid responsive meningitis-arteritis and polyradiculoneuritis.

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