Prymak Referrals offers a specialist veterinary referral service for soft tissue surgery, oncologic surgery, ultrasound and radiology.
Consultations and surgeries performed by Caroline Prymak, European and American Specialist in soft tissue and oncologic surgery.
Ultrasonography and radiology services are carried out by Audrey Petite, RCVS and European Specialist in veterinary diagnostic imaging.
BVSc(Hons) CERTVR MBA DSAS DIPACVS DIPECVS MRCVS
Caroline graduated, with Honours, from The University of Liverpool – School of Veterinary Science and then completed a two year internship program in small animal medicine and surgery at the university. Following this Caroline undertook a three year residency at The University of Pennsylvania, remaining in Pennsylvania for a further 2 years as university lecturer before returning to The University of Liverpool as Small Animal Surgery Lecturer. Caroline then joined The Animal Health Trust as Head of Small Animal Surgery before entering into the field of veterinary referrals, first at Wey Referrals and then developing Prymak Referrals in 2002.
Caroline has spoken at national and international veterinary conferences and has been published in several veterinary journals.
DR.MED.VET. DVDI DIPECVDI MRCVS
Audrey graduated from Liege Veterinary School in Belgium. After spending a few years in small animal practice and a year internship in radiology she completed a three-year residency program at the Animal Health Trust, UK. Audrey obtained the RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Radiology in 2003 and the RCVS Diploma in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging in 2004. She became a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging in 2005 and an RCVS recognised Specialist in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging in 2007 and has contributed to several diagnostic imaging books and regularly presents at national and international congresses.
Audrey provides a specialist referral diagnostic imaging service, supporting the diagnostic work-ups of patients. This includes ultrasonographic examinations and ultrasound guided biopsies; radiographic, CT and MRI interpretation and reporting.
Marianne qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2000 and has spent the majority of her nursing career within a referral centre setting. Marianne gained her diploma in advanced veterinary nursing (Medical) in 2008 and has a very keen interest in anaesthesia and critical care.
Caroline, Audrey and Marianne are supported by a team of four legged friends