Isabelle Vanhaezebrouck joins Animal Health Trust

The Animal Health Trust charity based in Kentford; Newmarket is celebrating the appointment of Dr Isabelle Vanhaezebrouck a renowned European Specialist in Radiation Oncology.

Heading up the EBVS®Radiation Oncology Department, in the small animal referral centre, Isabelle brings a wealth of experience and has a particular interest in brachytherapy radiation, stereotactic radiation and intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) treatment for cancer.

“Isabelle is an inspiration and a credit to the team here at AHT. We’re immensely proud to offer world class specialist veterinary services, with our professional team going from strength to strength” commented Colette Jolliffe: Medical Director, Small Animal Referral Centre

She continued: “We provide excellent care for cats and dogs and every penny of profit made from our veterinary and diagnostic services is re-invested into research to improve the health and wellbeing of companion animals”

The small animal referral centre offers state of the art diagnostic investigation, surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day the Suffolk clinic is a UK veterinary centre of excellence treating animals from all over the UK.

A passionate dog owner herself Dr Isabelle Vanhaezebrouck commented: ‘I am really happy to return to the UK and I am very much looking forward to providing a top-quality service to those cancer patients who will benefit from radiation treatments’

She continued: “I am excited to be part of AHT, it’s outstanding team and vision for the future”

As well as an EBVS® European Specialist in Radiation Oncology, Isabelle is also a diplomate of both the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (add. Radiation Oncology) and the American College of Veterinary Radiology (Radiation Oncology).

The appointment is part of the clinics strategy to expand their world-class services. The Animal Health Trust is the leading veterinary and scientific research charity developing new diagnostic tests, treatments and vaccines to help thousands of animals.

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