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Darren Roper, Highcroft Veterinary Referrals

Darren Roper

  • BSc
  • MSc

Graduating from the University of Portsmouth in 2002, Darren spent 10 years within the human medical field starting his career at West Dorset County Hospital before joining Lister Inhealth Mobile Division and the opportunity to train in CT. Darren then moved to the cross-sectional imaging department of Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust where he spent the next seven and a half years honing his skills. Whilst at Southampton, Darren developed a keen interest in MRI and completed his Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Magnetic Resonance with City University, London before transferring his skills to the Veterinary world and the University of Bristol Veterinary hospital in Langford.

Here Darren finished off his postgraduate studies and obtained his Masters in MRI from City University. In March this year he joined the team at Highcroft Referrals, where he now applies his knowledge and skills to our rapidly developing referral centre. In his spare time, Darren enjoys a diverse range of activities, including snowboarding, climbing, surfing and mountain biking. He also enjoys learning to play the guitar and going to Ballroom and Latin American dance classes with his wife Natalie.

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Our practices are open and providing routine, urgent and emergency referral care for your patients. We continue to work safely with social distancing and a combination of telephone consultations and on-site examinations. GP vets should contact our referral centres directly for clinical advice on cases.