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Emma Roberts, Highcroft Veterianry Referrals

Emma Roberts

European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine
  • BVetMed(Hons)
  • MVM

Emma is a recognised European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine. Emma qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2007. Following four years in Small Animal General Practice in Buckinghamshire, she relocated to the University of Glasgow to complete a rotating internship. This was followed by a residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine combined with a Master’s degree on feline hyperthyroidism. She was awarded Diplomate status at the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2016.

Emma subsequently worked at a large multi-disciplinary referral hospital in Somerset, before moving to warmer climates at the University of Melbourne, Australia to take up a lectureship/clinician post. Emma joined Highcroft Veterinary Referrals in December 2019.

Emma enjoys all aspects of internal and emergency medicine but has a special interest in endocrinology. Emma is actively engaged in research and is especially focused on research that is relevant to both referral clinicians and general practitioners. She is currently a committee member of the Small Animal Medicine Society (SAMSoc).

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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.