Internal Medicine Specialist Joins ChesterGates Veterinary Specialists

Internal medicine specialist Ms Caroline Kisielewicz has joined ChesterGates Veterinary Specialists, part of the CVS Group, with effect from 1 October 2014.  ChesterGates is a leading specialist-led, multi-disciplinary veterinary referral hospital situated just north of Chester.

Caroline Kisielewicz graduated from University College, Dublin, Ireland, in 2006 and, after working in first opinion small animal practice for two years, completed an ECVIM-residency training programme at the Small Animal Hospital at the University of Glasgow in February 2013.  Most recently she has been working at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals at the Royal Veterinary College.  She is interested in all aspects of small animal internal medicine, particularly emergency medicine, transfusion medicine, immune-mediated diseases and endocrine diseases.

CVS Referral Director, Professor John Innes commented:  “We are delighted to welcome Caroline to our specialist team at ChesterGates.  She is a rising star in internal medicine and I believe it is a measure of CVS’ growing reputation for offering a diverse range of career options that we are attracting some of the strongest talent from the specialist vet pool.

“Caroline joins Ellie Mardell and Chris Saul here at ChesterGates to help us to offer an even more comprehensive and user-friendly internal medicine service.”

Caroline Kisielewicz added:  “I was keen to join this excellent multi-disciplinary specialist referral hospital with its dynamic, friendly and close-knit team.  Working at ChesterGates gives me the opportunity to provide the highest standard and quality of care and treatment for my patients, clients and their referring vets.”  

CVS UK Ltd is the largest and fastest-growing mixed practice corporate veterinary group in the UK.  Founded in 1999 and run, principally by vets, it employs more than 3,000 staff at its practices and surgeries across the UK and in its related veterinary businesses, including an online pharmacy, three pet crematoriums and five veterinary laboratories.

Key to its success is CVS’ ability to attract ambitious veterinary staff and to invest in their clinical skills, knowledge and in research to drive the profession forward.  It also provides the business support to ensure its diverse range of small animal, large animal and equine practices achieve their full potential.   CVS’ guiding principles include a commitment to excellence in all aspects of its work and a focus on building long-term relationships with its customers and suppliers.  The company works in close partnership with the wider veterinary profession and industry colleagues.