BVM MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon, Director
Having qualified from Liverpool University in 1988 Patrick spent a few years in mixed practice in Dewsbury and then North Down.
He returned to his home town of Lurgan in 1994 to establish his clinic.
He initially operated as a mixed practice from a mobile unit in Charles Place but later progressed to opening the existing clinic in William Street and specialising in small animal care.
When not at the clinic Patrick is busy looking after his pedigree Simmental cattle, hens, his dog Skip and not forgetting his four sons!!
Jerry Scullion joined William Street Veterinary clinic in November 2008. Jerry specialising in greyhound dogs has gained him a reputation not only for his surgical expertise but also for his innovative and clinical knowledge of their treatment.
His regular clients travel the length of Ireland and beyond to seek his professional judgement. Jerry has also become a very well-respected mentor for many veterinary students, many of whom return on their days off just to watch him work!
MVB MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon
MVB MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon
Aisling qualified from UCD in June 2018. She is originally from Tarbert, Co. Kerry, but spent many of her student days doing work experience with us.
She is the youngest of a family of 5 children and has grown up on a farm with cattle and racing greyhounds.
Her love of dogs sparked her interest in veterinary at a young age which pushed her to achieve her goal of graduating at the age of 21.
Aisling enjoys reading, watching sports and spending time with her dogs Tails, Goldie and Mighty when she is home in Kerry.
She has a strong interest in canine orthopaedics which sprung from her passion in greyhound racing.
Luke joined William Street Veterinary Clinic as Practice Manager in December 2006.
When he’s not keeping the clinic running smoothly Luke can be found looking after his two pet geckos, Lenni and Dubh, or rehabilitating an injured animal at his home in Donaghcloney.
Luke strives to make everything within the clinic enjoyable whilst maintaining an excellent standard of client and pet care.
Natalie began working within the veterinary industry when she was 16 years of age, going on to complete her degree in Animal Science in Aberdeen.
Natalie enjoys working within all areas of the veterinary practice but has a real passion for working with and caring for the animals.
When she is not looking after her little girl she enjoys walking with her king charles cavalier Ozzie in the Mourne mountains.
Lynne came straight from school to join William Street Veterinary Clinic and is the longest serving member of staff since the clinic was established in 1995.
A well-respected member of the team Lynn is a reliable and a knowledgeable mentor for the students on work experience and new staff members.
Lynne is a busy mother of two boys, but always makes time to walk her dog Duke.
Katrina started as a part-time nursing assistant in the practice, and currently is part of the administration team.
Stock rotation, telephone advice and post-operative care are all part of her daily role.
She adores animals and can be often found caring for the sick and injured animals that she usually wants to adopt and take home.
Helen is Patrick’s sister and has always had an interest in the care and welfare of animals.
She plays an important part in the out- of hours emergency service and her phone is always on speed dial.
When Helen is not running after her four children, she is looking after the family’s dog, cat, and tortoise.
Meabh joined our team in 2016 after leaving school. An efficient and enthusiastic member of the team she is hoping to study veterinary nursing next year.
Meabh has progressed well in her experience within the clinic. On her days off she loves walking her three dogs Alfie, Bran and Buddy.