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Westpoint Horsham is a modern, dedicated livestock veterinary practice providing a comprehensive range of health-orientated services to farms in and around the Horsham 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.
01306 628 086Fax Number
01306 628 080Address
Dawes Farm, Bognor Road, Warnham, Nr Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 3SH
Mon: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Tue: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Wed: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Thu: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Fri: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Medicine Dispensary opening hours Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm. Outside office hours, the on-call vet will receive all emergency phone calls to provide 24hr emergency care.
Dr Tim Potter
BVetMed PhD MRCVS
BVM&S CertCHP MRCVS
BA VetMB MRCVS
Tim graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2003 and then went on to complete a farm animal residency. On completion of his residency he undertook a PhD, examining the use of antimicrobials in the treatment of calf pneumonia. Having completed his PhD, Tim joined Westpoint with a focus on youngstock health management and currently provides advice to calf rearing units across the UK. Tim is currently Clinical Director and Chair of Westpoint’s Clinical Governance Board. In 2011 Tim was part of the group which created the National Youngstock Association to help promote best practice in calf rearing.
Managing Director of Westpoint Veterinary Group
Matt qualified from the Royal "Dick" School of Veterinary Studies in 1997. Initially he spent time in farm practice in Somerset and Dorset. In 1999 he moved to the University of Sydney, where he took the post of visiting registrar. He also helped develop a dairy practice servicing 20,000 dairy cows in the Nepean Basin, West of Sydney.
On returning to the UK Matt was made a lecturer in Dairy Practice as well as the Head of Large Animal Practice at the Royal Veterinary College, London. In 2001 he was awarded the Trehane Trust Nuffield Farming Scholarship to look at the modern role of the livestock vet. He gained the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Certificate in Cattle Health and Production in 2003. He joined Westpoint in January 2004. In 2010 he was awarded the Bullock award for Innovation in Agriculture.
As Managing Director of Westpoint, Matt’s primary focus is on developing and improving the group’s people, services and products through providing a range of support services including training, research and consultancy. Matt has been published in several publications in the veterinary field, and has spoken at numerous conferences in the UK, USA, Europe and Australia. He is a council member of Lantra.
After graduation from the Royal Veterinary College, Jules went straight into mixed practice in Cornwall. Here he rapidly developed a keen interest in all aspects of farm animal medicine and surgery, and in between TB tests, helped to look after a number of beef and dairy herds ranging from 5 to 1000 cows.
Jules joined the Westpoint Vet Group in 2005 as the senior vet at the Chelmsford office and has continued to develop his interests in dairy cow mastitis control and fertility, as well as beef herd health and production. As a result of the 2007 Bluetongue outbreak in his practice area, Jules has worked closely with local and regional farmer groups and national companies to promote the Bluetongue vaccination scheme throughout the country.
Jules is Ruminant Medicines Director for Westpoint and is responsible for many aspects of the business, including Farmacy.
Anna graduated from the RVC in 2015 and since then has been working in a mixed practice in Cornwall, during which time her interest in all aspects of farm animal medicine developed. She joined the Horsham practice as a veterinary intern in July 2016.
When she is not working she enjoys baking, playing tennis and exploring the countryside with her Labrador Skye.
Matt graduated from Bristol Vet School in 2015 and joined Westpoint Farm Vets in the summer of 2017. He is still involved in the running of the family farm, Huddlestone Farmers Ltd, where they milk 420 pedigree Holsteins. His main focus areas are dairy herd management, fertility and genetics.
Hannah graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2017, and joined Westpoint as a veterinary intern in August. Originally from Northern Ireland, she always enjoyed helping out on local farms.
Hannah is looking forward to getting involved in all aspects of farm veterinary, with a particular interest in cattle fertility at university. Outside of work, Hannah enjoys swimming, horse riding and listening or playing music.
Chloe graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2017, and joined the Westpoint internship programme in August of the same year. Her interest in farm animal practice grew over the course of her training where she developed an appreciation for the complexity and diversity of the industry. She is especially interested in youngstock, infectious disease control and fertility.
In her spare time Chloe enjoys drawing and painting, hiking, and spending time with her two Siberian Huskies. Chloe also has a passion for travel; over the course of her veterinary degree she had opportunities to train in Australia, Germany, Canada, India, Sri Lanka and Kenya. During her time in Kenya she undertook a research project surveying the antimicrobial and anthelmintic use of Maasai herdsmen, and was also lucky enough to get involved in a variety of projects studying diseases in buffaloes and rhinos