Lindsay Sissons BVSc MRCVS
Head Veterinary Surgeon
Lindsay has gained her certificate in small animal surgery and enjoys all aspects of medicine. She has an interest in exotics and keeps many creatures at home. Lindsay, as our head veterinary surgeon, is committed to further developing the practice and continuing to improve the available care for our patients.
Michael Bignall MRCVS
Michael joined us in 2017 and is originally from Colorado. He is a graduate of the Royal Veterinary Collage and has been living in the UK for five years. He enjoys small animal and exotic medicine, with a particular interest in birds and reptiles.
Wanda Capistrano BVSc MRCVS
Wanda graduated from the University of Bristol and has gained extensive experience in all aspects of general pet practice. She started at Coopers Vets in January 2017 and enjoys the daily variety of work as a GP vet. Wanda has a special interest in feline medicine and ultrasound scanning. In her free time, she likes to go horse riding and to relax at home with her two cats.
Kinga Szakacs MRCVS
Kinga joined Coopers Vets in January 2019. After graduating she moved to the United States where she worked in equine and companion animal practices. She is passionate about all aspects of veterinary medicine, especially diagnostic imaging. Kinga also likes to combine holistic veterinary medicine with conventional treatments to achieve better results. Away from work Kinga likes to spend time with her husband and her animals. She lives an active and healthy lifestyle through dancing, hiking, cooking and travelling to experience the culture and cuisine of other countries.
Alexandra Taylor BVMS MRCVS
Alex joined us in August 2018 after graduating from the University of Glasgow. She enjoys the variety of work that a small practice provides, and after recently moving to the area Alex is enjoying exploring our countryside and all that Hastings has to offer.
Robert Willoughby BVSc BSc MRCVS
Rob joined our practice in January 2019. He is an experienced vet who has an interest in surgery and exotics. His approach is to provide preventive treatment of disease through general practice skills. In his spare time Rob enjoys cycling and taekwondo lessons for good exercise.