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Previously Norfolk Farm Vets, Westpoint King's Lynn is a modern, dedicated livestock veterinary practice providing a comprehensive range of health-orientated services to farms in and around Norfolk, into North Suffolk, the South East of Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire area.
The practice consists of a combination of high quality experienced farm vets on the ground who have easy access to the specialist knowledge of consultants throughout the group, as well as to Biobest Laboratories for fast, accurate laboratory analysis.
At Westpoint we firmly believe that farm efficiency and profitability is driven by animal health. We aim to provide farmers with the best clinical and advisory services in order to maximise the health and productivity of their livestock.
Westpoint believe in supplying medicines at the best prices, ensuring that the price of the product does not prevent the most appropriate treatment or control programme from being adopted.
Our mobile paraprofessional team gives farmers skilled on-farm support work from foot trimming to vaccination, and we also run training courses and workshops covering key areas such as Five Point Dutch foot trimming and AI.
01485 609031Fax Number
30 Gayton Road, Grimston, Norfolk, PE32 1BG
Mon: 08:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Tue: 08:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Wed: 08:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Thu: 08:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Fri: 08:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Out of Hours please call 07920104174.
BVetMed BSc (Hons) MRCVS
BVetMed BSc MRCVS
Molly graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2001.
Molly is experienced with all farm species however, has particular interests in Herd and Flock Health Production and Planning and dairy and beef fertility work.
Molly lives with her daughter, and her dog Sam. Outside work Molly enjoys running and can be found pounding the streets regardless of the weather.
Mariska grew up in The Netherlands and ever since she was a little girl, she knew she wanted to be a vet. Mariska studied Veterinary Medicine at the Utrecht University and followed the Master’s Degree programme ‘Large Animal Health & Veterinary Public Health’. After her graduation in October 2014 she worked at a goat farm during the lambing season and at a mixed practice for several months. She also worked at the foundation for Quality Guarantee of the Veal Sector (SKV) on a project covering the use of antibiotics to prevent resistance in the veal industry.
During her studies Mariska was milking the University cows in her spare time. She spends weekends doing Veterinary Checkpoints for horses and was a volunteer at a rehabilitation centre for Wildlife Birds for many years. She also enjoys horse riding and exploring the beautiful countryside of the UK.
Practice Adminstrator & Veterinary Technician
Category 1 NACFT Foot Trimmer