Mainstone, Romsey, SO51 6BA - Map
Mainstone, Romsey, SO51 6BA - Map

Veterinary Nurses 

Emma CorbinEmma Corbin RVN

I have been a member of the nursing team at Mainstone since 2001. Along with the other nurses in the practice, I have been responsible for the daily care of our hospitalised patients, as well as sharing the supervision of Puppy Parties, and the various other Nurses’ Clinics that we run.

More recently, I have taken on a role providing nursing advice to clients in reception and over the phone.

Outside of my work I have an interest in photography.


Jenny BillettJenny Billett RVN

I am the head veterinary nurse at Mainstone and am responsible for supervising the nursing team at the clinic, as well is dealing with much of the nursing administration.

I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2003, although I also worked at the clinic as a student from 2001.  After a short absence from the practice during which I gained further experience in emergency care and charity practice, I returned to Mainstone to accept the position of Head Veterinary Nurse.

Away from the practice I have a keen interest in music and singing, and perform both in a small group and larger choir.

Rachel Baldwin RVN

I joined the nursing team at Mainstone in December 2015 after moving back to the area from my previous practice on the south coast. I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2013.

I am currently living in Romsey with my husband, cat 'Kitty' (yup- original!) and dog 'Holly'. I love being outdoors, walking and cycling in the New Forest.

Liz Reed RVN

I joined Mainstone Clinic as one of the nursing team in Summer 2015 after moving back to Hampshire from Kent. I have a keen interest in surgical nursing and radiography and I'm mad about cats!

Away from work I have a small business doing wedding photography which keeps me busy on many weekends.

Issy Fisher RVN

I joined Mainstone veterinary clinic as a member of the nursing team in June 2017 after previously being in practice in eastern Hampshire.

I live with my husband , a dog and several guinea pigs and spend much of my free time out walking with them (not the guinea pigs!)