Timothy Partridge BVSc, MRCVS gained his veterinary degree from Liverpool University in 1985. In 1991 he founded and subsequently developed New Hall Veterinary Centre, a first opinion and referral practice in central England. He has been the Veterinary Surgeon at Vale Wildlife Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre in Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, since 2009 and has since contributed to research and articles relating to indigenous wildlife. The Centre receives British wildlife casualties from all over the country. Tim divides his time between Vale Wildlife Centre and Folly Gardens Veterinary Practice, a three-centre first opinion and referral small animal practice also in Gloucestershire, where his caseload is largely surgical.
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