Caroline Balfour BVSc GPCert (Cardio) MRCVS
Clinical Director and Principal Vet
Caroline qualified from Bristol Vet School in 2009 and spent just over five years working in mixed practice in Hampshire. She then progressed to 100% small animal practice and began studying for a postgraduate certificate in cardiology, which she completed in 2017. Caroline lives in Winchester with her partner and two cats, Nala and Bobbie, both former strays of whom she has given a home. Her main professional interests are cardiology and diagnostic ultrasound, and she also enjoys soft tissue surgery. In her free time she is a keen singer and enjoys walking on the South Downs.
Kim Jorgensen DVM CertVOphthal MRCVS
Kim qualified from the Copenhagen University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine. After moving to the UK in 1992 he worked a number of years at the PDSA where he started taking an interest in eye cases. He gained the RCVS certificate in veterinary ophthalmology in 1998, started working at Archway in 1999, and has been running an ophthalmology referral service since 2000. Kim has a special interest in vision and its implications for pet animal welfare and is particularly interested in corneal surgery as well as reconstructive eyelid surgery. Kim offers an ophthalmology referral service at Archway; he uses a full range of diagnostic tools including slit-lamp biomicrosopy, indirect as well as direct ophthalmoscopy, tonometry, gonioscopy, streak retinoscopy and facilities for micro-surgery. At home he has a cat called Joey and a boisterous retriever called Esme.
Laura Coats BVetMed MRCVS
Laura graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2018; she is originally from near Oxford but moved locally in 2018. She has an interest in both medicine and surgery. When not working Laura likes running and musical theatre, having performed in a number of productions at university.
Calum Young BVMedSci (Hons) BVM BVS MRCVS
Calum is a 2013 graduate from the vet school at the University of Nottingham. Since qualifying he has worked in both farm and companion animal practice, spending a total of three and a half years in 100% small animal practice (including OOH work). Calum spent a total of 10 months working as a full-time ECC vet, and intermittently as a mixed practice locum. He is currently enrolled on the RCVS CertAVP course with the University of Liverpool and has active interests in small animal medicine, emergency and critical care and veterinary education.