We are a small animal practice with a hospital in Falmouth and branch surgeries in Helston and Penryn, first established in 1885. At Rosemullion we are passionate about small and companion animal care and our skilled team of veterinary surgeons and vet nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals. We are open seven days a week and have access to 24-hour emergency care via our hospital in Falmouth.
Paul studied history of art and veterinary medicine at Cambridge and qualified as a vet in 1982. He started working in mixed practice in Hemel Hempstead and joined what was then Mr Turnbull’s practice in Falmouth and Helston in 1985. Paul bought the practice with Neil in 1987 and built it up from a general mixed practice with 3/4 vets to a veterinary hospital with 14! Amongst his many skills he is particularly interested in canine acupuncture. Outside work he has bred sports horses.
Reimi Konda BA VetMB MRCVS
Reimi was born in Japan, went to school in the USA and came to the UK for university. She qualified as a vet from Cambridge in 2017 and moved to Cornwall to join the Rosemullion team straight after. She is interested in developing her clinical skills in general practice and animal acupuncture. Outside work she is a keen gymnast, enjoys keeping fit and triathlon training.
Siobhan McInerney BVSC GPCert (SAM) MRCVS
Siobhan has a further qualification and interest in small animal medicine, particularly endocrine diseases (such as diabetes and Cushing's disease), oncology and immune-mediated diseases. She also has an interest in small animal soft tissue surgery. Siobhan has encountered a wide variety of veterinary practice prior to working at Rosemullion, having worked as a locum all around the UK, as well as working in Hong Kong, India and her native Australia.
Jennifer Oraze BSc Marine Biology BVetMed MRCVS
Jen qualified as a vet at the Royal Veterinary College in 2017 and joined the Rosemullion team straight from university. Prior to her veterinary degree she studied for a degree in marine biology and worked as a research assistant on a whale watching boat, completing internships for the marine mammal rescue programme in the USA and the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Outside work she enjoys reading, the theatre and hiking.
Paul Stevenson BVSc MRCVS
Paul started in the practice in 1987, leaving at the end of 1990 to do some travelling and work in New Zealand for a while. He came back in 1996 as a partner then a director until 2015. He currently mostly works in Penryn surgery and is a very experienced first opinion vet. Outside work he enjoys looking after his small holding and flock of Hampshire Down Sheep, as well as the occasional cycling sportive and Friday night bridge.