James graduated from Bristol Veterinary School in 2003 after which he joined the PDSA in Romford as a veterinary surgeon with a surgical bias. James spent 5 years working at Romford PDSA. To improve his surgical technique he spent one day a week observing surgery at the RVC for a year. James passed my Certificate in Small Animal Surgery in 2009. James then moved to Bow PDSA as Head Veterinary Surgeon where he managed a 9 vet team, a branch and the 24 hour emergency service for Bow, Iford and Romford PDSA Hospitals. James joined villagevets in 2009 where he is currently Group Head of Surgery managing cases at Hampstead, Caytons (St Albans) and Milton and Whittlesford hospitals in Cambridge. James has a keen interest in key hole surgery both orthopaedic and soft tissue and in dealing with complex trauma cases.