Jose Rial Cels
Jose is responsible for general surgery, traumatology, neurosurgery and endoscopy at Marina Baixa Veterinary Hospital. He and David Nieto are in charge of the management of the TAC at the Marina Baixa Veterinary Hospital. Bachelor of veterinary medicine by the faculty of Murcia in 1989. DEA certificate by the University of León. PennHip certified member. AVEPA accredited in traumatology and orthopedics. Member of ESVOT (European Society of Veterinary Orthopedics and Traumatology), GEA and GEVO (working groups of endoscopy and Traumatology of AVEPA), SEAV (Spanish Society of Veterinary Arthroscopy, president of 2006 to 2010), AOvet member (Association of Osteosynthesis) , VSSO (Veterinary Society of Surgical Oncology) and ESVN (European Society of Veterinary Neurology). Courses and stays to highlight: AO advanced in Davos (2000, 2001 and 2005), courses of surgery and traumatology in Munich (from 1998 to 2007), postgraduate neurology ESAVS (European School of Advanced Veterinary Studies) I, II and III in Bern (Switzerland), IV (neurosurgery) in Tüttlingen (Germany), Advanced Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging: practical and interactive CT course in Cremona (2009) Imaging. Stays in Central Hospital of Caparica (Dr. Nuno Paixao, specialist in emergency medicine), Veterinary Faculty of Alfort (Paris) in the center of Oncology and Scan (department of computerized tomography with Dr. Patrick Devauchelle diploma in internal medicine-oncology ), in the Ospedale Veterinary I Portoni Rossi (Dr. Marco Bernadini, graduate in neurology), in the clinic of Dr. Aldo Vezzoni (diploma in surgery). Speaker at congresses and courses in Spain and abroad on topics of traumatology, neurosurgery, endoscopy and computerized tomography.
David Nieto Redondo
Head of cardiology and diagnostic imaging at the Marina Baixa Veterinary Hospital. Licensed by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Murcia in 2000. He is a member of GECAR (AVEPA cardiology work group). Courses and stay to highlight: various courses of ultrasound and echocardiography. Stay at Hospital Los Madrazo (Madrid) with Hernan Fominaya, Cardiology I, II and III ESAVS in Luxembourg, course of interventional radiology and endoluminal techniques at CCMI in Cáceres. He has presented several communications on topics of cardiology and computerized tomography in various conferences.
Quina García Mulero
Responsible for the preventive medicine service and the rehabilitation and physiotherapy centre of the Marina Baixa Veterinary Hospital. She has a degree in veterinary medicine from the University of Murcia in 2004 and a diploma in Veterinary Acupuncture (IVAS). She has completed his training in Physiotherapy and rehabilitation in Luxembourg and Vienna (ESAVS I and II). She has been a speaker in several veterinary physiotherapy courses.
Alba Rial García
Licensed by the University of Murcia. During the race, she has been a member of the diagnostic imaging department and has spent time in a clinic and a reference hospital in England and Spain, including the Royal Veterinary College and Ridge Referrals. She is certified GPcert (SAS) awarded by European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ESVPS). She has done the Improve of Surgery of small animals and the course of endoluminal techniques and interventional radiology in veterinary medicine in the CCMI of Cáceres and laparoscopy in the Centre Iavante from Granada. Department of surgery and emergencies.
Irene Ribes Mengual
Graduated in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Murcia in 2019. She has madre stays in reference veterinary hospitals in Spain and Portugal. Emergency veterinary.
Raquel Fernández Ordóñez
Graduated in Veterinary Medicine from the University of León in 2011. She completed her postgraduate degree in Small Animal Surgery from the Madird International Breeding in November 2015. During 2015.2016 she completed a multidisciplinary internship with a specialization in urgencides, Veterinary Institute of Novara (Italy). Head of Internal Medicine and intensive care at our Veterinay Hospital.
Raquel Fernández Fernández
Graduated in Veterinary Medicine in 2018 from the University of León. He worked in a veterinary hospital in Pamplona (Navarra). Currently, she is pursuing a master’s degree in intenal medicine for small animals from the CEU. Veterinary form the emergency service.
Graduate in Veterinary Medicine in 2018 from the University of Bari (Italy). She was an intern at the DETO Veterinary Hospital (University of Bari) in Anesthesiology and Surgery. During 2019 she completed her rotating internship at the Veterinary Clinical Hospital of the University of Córdoba.
Collaborating veterinarian in neurology and neurosurgery. He graduated from the Veterinary Faculty of Cáceres in 1997. After working two years in a private clinic in Spain, he got an Erasmus PhD scholarship from the Veterinary Faculty of Maisons Alfort (France). After two years in the Neurology department of Maisons Alfort as a visitor and where he carried out the work of investigative sufficiency on tumors of the spinal cord. He worked three more years at the private clinic in France. During this period he made several stays at American universities and European reference centers in the Neurology and Neurosurgery services (University os Davis California, Pennysylvania, Guelph, Animal Health Trust, etc). After this period, the three-year residency for the ECVN in Neurology and Neurosugery began at the University of Barcelona (2005-2008), followed by one more year as an assistant in the Neurology and Neurosurgery service of the same University (2008-2009). Sergio passed the ECVN exam in 2009 becoming an ECVN graduate and European specialist in Veterinary Neurology. After passing the exam, he works at a referencecenter in England (SCVS) in Neurology and Neurosurgery service, followed by a year as a clinical instructor in Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Motreal (Canada). After Canada, Sergio was responsible for Neurology and Neurosurgery at two reference centers in England for two years.
ATV operating theatre. Courses to highlight: introduction to dog physiotherapy 2008, feline days of AVEPA and hospitalisation and nutrition ASIS 2009. Stay at the Central Hospital of Charneca de Caparica with Dr. Nuno Paixao. He has attended the course of medicine and surgical techniques in the emergency room in April 2013 given by Nuno Paixao. Congress of AVEPA and SEVC in 2013. Member of ANAVET. He has taught courses for other ATVs on issues of care in the operating room, hospitalisation and emergencies. In 2015 he obtained the title of Superior Technician in Image for Diagnosis (TSID) and collaborates with the Image Diagnostic Centre of Levante.
ATV. Graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Latvian University of Agriculture in 2011. She completed her internship at the St’ George Veterinary group in Wolverhampton, UK. She has completed training in oncology and cytology at the largest oncology reference center in Moscow and Russia “Biocontrol”. She has attended a multitude of seminars and conferences in the European area.
Lidia Morales Plata
Veterinary assistant. In 2016, she obtained the higher degree of clinical diagnostic laboratory. In the year 2019 she obtained the title as ATV.
Jennifer Ruiz Soria
Veterinary Assistant and Information Technology for Health. Head of the IT department of the Marina Baixa Veterinary Hospital, carrying out storage control, IT technical assistance and network management.
Libertad Ortiz Rodríguez
Veterinary assistant. She has completed his training practices in a veterinary clinic in Benidorm.
Kaylie Robb Millar
Veterinary assistant. She did an internship at the Benidorm Zoo. Responsible for reception in our clinic.
Juan Mauel Fernández Molina
Maintenance responsible. Among its tasks, it is worth highlighting: Maintenance and repairs of veterinary equipment. Plumbing and electrical installations and repairs. furniture assembly and small works. Support in the purchasing and provisioning tasks of our clinic.
Mercedes Rodríguez Alvarez
Responsible for cleaning. Among its tasks, the following should be highlighted: Maintenance and cleaning control of common areas. Disinfection of consultations and waiting rooms. General cleaning of all areas that encompasss our clinic.