Meet the team
Meet the amazing veterinary team at Sutton Bridge Vets
Dr Tomasz Lancucki
Small animal medicine and surgery MRCVS BSAVA PgCertSAM
Graduated from the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland, in 2007.
After 14 years of working for veterinary practices across the East of England, Tomasz follows in his dad’s (Slawek) footsteps to open his own small animal veterinary clinic in Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire.
With his love of animals and clinical leadership skills in both independent and corporate veterinary practices, Tomasz has decided to combine these skills with his passion for delivering an exceptional standard of animal care. His special interests are small animal medicine and advanced soft tissue surgery.
Tomasz lives with his wife, two sons and a relaxed cat called Fluffy.
He actively cycles and plays football with his sons outside of work.
He is a big fan of I.T. and is highly driven and involved with building his commercial and residential projects.
Dr Cristina Roman Perez
Small animal medicine, surgery & feline reproduction MRCVS
Graduated from Alfonso X El Sabio University in Madrid, Spain, in 2012.
Christina has worked as a small animal practitioner in East Anglia for over 10 years.
Cristina’s outstanding surgical and clinical skills help her deliver exceptional care and compassion.
Her special interests are small animal surgery, feline medicine and reproduction. She runs reproductive clinics for cats and can advise you further with any feline needs. Cristina also breeds Maine Coons cats.
She lives in Norfolk with her husband and a bundle of pets. They both love nature and animals. They rescue and rehabilitate wildlife and cats.
They enjoy hiking and swimming in their spare time but not too far from the shore.
Dr Adri Rossouw
BVSc MRCVS CertAVP SAM (Fel. Med.)
Ever since I can remember, I wanted to be a vet. I qualified from Onderstepoort, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Pretoria, South Africa in May 1992. I moved to the UK in 1998 where I worked as an assistant vet in Lincolnshire, Kent and Worcestershire before moving to Norfolk as a partner in a small animal veterinary practice in King’s Lynn. 15 years later I retired in May 2023 but missed working with animals, so I returned to the profession on a part-time basis as a locum at a few local independent practices, including Sutton Bridge Veterinary Clinic.
Over the last 5 years, I pursued my life-long veterinary dream of specialising in feline medicine. That dream came true in June 2023 when I passed the last module of my studies to obtain my CertAVP Small Animal Medicine (Feline Medicine) certificate. My other passion in the veterinary field is surgery and I enjoy orthopaedic as well as soft tissue surgery, I am also an Official Veterinary Surgeon and in this capacity am able to issue Animal Health Certificates for travel of pets to Europe.
Outside of work, I enjoy cycling, walking and gardening as well as pottering about in the kitchen baking, cooking and making jams and marmalades. As a Christian, I am also very involved in the Christian charity Loving By Giving. With the charity, I have helped to build churches and orphanages in both Romania and Tanzania and we are involved in a prison ministry as well as in the local community in Costessey in Norwich.
At home we have a hand-reared tuxedo cat called Karolus that turned 14 in June. Our garden has been adopted by the village peacock, two rescue hedgehogs from the RSPCA, various garden birds and a squirrel we named Squirrel Nutkin.
Dr Luciano Nebiante
Small animal medicine, soft tissue surgery & orthopaedicsMVB MRCVS PgCertSAS
After graduating in 2005 from the University of Naples in Italy, Luciano moved to the UK in 2009. He obtained a post-graduate certificate in small animal surgery in 2016 and he has been working in primary referral practice since 2017.
Luciano enjoys dealing with complex cases, mostly orthopaedics and soft tissues, but he also has a strong passion for X-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy and CT scans.
Outside of work, Luciano enjoys a variety of sports, and he loves being outdoors.
He looks forward to giving the best possible outcome to the patients of Sutton Bridge Vets.
Lisa has been involved in the veterinary industry since 2002 (over 20 years). She started her career as a kennel assistant and trained to become a veterinary nurse. In 2014 she achieved her diploma, becoming a registered veterinary nurse (RVN). Her role has since developed into a Head nurse, managing and training the next generation of nurses and patient care assistants.
“I am really excited to be involved with developing the new vet practice and help to provide a Gold standard care for our patients.”
Lisa enjoys all aspects of nursing and has a particular interest in diagnostic imaging and canine behaviours.
She spends time with her husband outside of work, enjoying the countryside with her two rescue huskies.
BSc (hons) RVN Behaviourist
I have been a registered veterinary nurse since 2011 and since then I have developed my knowledge in many aspects of working in a veterinary practice. My main interest is in canine behaviour and am training towards becoming accredited. I am also a bereavement counsellor and have a keen interest in health and safety.
I have 2 children, who keep me busy in my spare time.
DipCABT (Coupe) VNB1 Dip Cert ISFM FN FFCP (Veterinary)
Simonne has over 30 years of experience in the veterinary industry.
She has developed a keen interest in Animal Behaviour and has achieved a diploma in Companion animal behaviour. Simonne is always eager to expand her knowledge and is currently studying a Level 4 Diploma in canine behaviour.
As a Fear Free Certified Professional, Simonne has all the skills needed to make your pet’s visit with us as stress-free as possible.
She moved to Norfolk from Derbyshire 26 years ago and now lives with her husband and two children, a naughty Border Terrier Toggle and three cats, Stanley, Mable and Flo.
When Simonne isn’t busy caring for your pets, she can be found on stage and is currently a member of an amateur dramatics and Pantomime group.
Yolander has been in the veterinary industry since 2004. And has had several different types of role within the sector in that time, but nursing is where her heart really lays.
She really enjoys diagnostic imaging and has a keen interest and passion in promoting naturalistic tortoise keeping and husbandry.
At home Yolander has 2 labradors, 2 cats and 4 tortoises as well as a husband to look after!
Outside of work Yolander is a leader for Girlguiding so enjoys camping and cooking in the great wilderness.
Reception and Administration Team
Sherrie is a Londoner at heart. She lived and worked in London for many years before relocating to embrace her love of the countryside.
She has worked in the veterinary industry for 15 years and understands what pet owners need from their veterinary practice. She enjoys learning all that she can about the veterinary profession and has held several roles in veterinary support. She enjoys helping newer staff members learn as much as possible about their role.
Sherrie has a strong customer service background, having worked in customer service/traffic management for two large international courier companies.
In her spare time, Sherrie enjoys helping local dog rescue charities as much as possible. For the last 8 years, Sherrie has cared for a medically challenged pug called Rupert. Currently, she shares her home with four dogs, a parrot, a granddaughter and her partner. She also shares two ponies with her daughter and a friend, any spare time after this is spent socialising with friends, and she enjoys swimming and walking.
Business Support Team
Anna has been involved in setting up the practice with her husband, Tomasz.
She oversees administrative and business functions of the practice, such as marketing, payroll, recruitment, accounts etc. She also makes sure that the patients are getting the right amount of attention and cuddles.
She spent over a decade in product development in the cosmetic industry developing and delivering products to the market, so she fully appreciates the quality of the skin and coat health products that we are promoting at the practice.
Anna lives with her husband, 2 mischievous boys and a Fluffy cat.
When not at work, she loves travelling, cooking, reading and spending time with the family.
Kevin was adopted by our receptionist Sherrie at 9wks old. Kevin then very quickly adopted the role of ‘practice security’, although he has been known to fulfil the role of support dog for any anxious patients.
During the day Kevin enjoys napping, sleeping and
taking the occasional nap.
He likes to take long walks at lunchtime making sure he leaves just enough energy for a power nap when he gets back to the surgery.
Kevin’s default position is upside down in his favourite bed!
Please feel free to ask about Kevin when you visit us.