Meet the Nurses

Gillian Ardrey

Gillian grew up in the East End of Glasgow. She did her vet nurse training at Glasgow Vet School interspersed with some time working in dog grooming.

She qualified in 1992 and joined Martin Veterinary Centre in 1996 as the only nurse in a small practice.

She now leads a team of 4 registered vet nurses as Head Nurse.

She particularly enjoys working with the vets in the operating theatre.

The rest of Gillian’s time is spent in practice management including health and safety and she was instrumental in assisting the design of our award winning new practice.

Gillian now lives in Cambuslang with her partner John and their three daughters who are still trying to convince Gillian to get another Poodle.

Gillian Ardrey at Martin Vet Centre

Pamela Inglis

Pam is one of our experienced registered veterinary nurses who joined Martin Veterinary Centre in 1997.

Pam is especially good at nursing our sick inpatients and her conscientious and gentle approach to nursing make her an ideal and valued team member. Pam juggles working part-time as a veterinary nurse with a hectic home life in Cumbernauld.

Her husband Derek & 3 children share their home with 3 dogs (2 working cocker spaniels Poppy & Sophie & a beautiful big boxer Marley), 3 cats (Clifford, Coco and Cairo-all rescued via the wonderful Cats Protection Glasgow Adoption Centre).

Pam is also an experienced dog breeder, her working cocker spaniels each having had litters but has a particular love of short faced breeds like boxers & French bulldogs.

You will find Pam happiest out on a woodland dog walk with her kids (often known as the boxer lady).

Pamela Inglis at Martin Vet Centre

Michelle Cameron

Michelle is originally from New Zealand having grown up on a small sheep and beef farm where her parents still live.

She qualified as a veterinary nurse from Massey University in N.Z. in 2002 and then started working in mainly small animal practices. She then embarked on a round the world trip and settled in Glasgow in 2004 after meeting her, now, husband Scott.

Michelle passed her Emergency and Critical Care nursing certificate in 2016.

Michelle has been with the practice since 2010. She can’t resist a puppy or kitten cuddle and currently has 3 cats as well as fostering elderly diabetic cats from the Cats Protection Glasgow Adoption Centre in Auchinloch.

As well as Scott at home Michelle also has a young, Laughlin.

Michelle Cameron at Martin Vet Centre

Sarah Glasgow

Sarah has been working as a veterinary nurse since she qualified in 2010.

She is originally from Edinburgh but currently lives in Shotts with her three cats: mummy Etta and her two babies Louis and Sophie. Both a year old now the kittens are trouble, more so Louis who recently had to have most of his tail amputated after a bad fight.

In her spare time she loves reading, knitting and video gaming. Sarah particularly loves getting to chat with clients and cuddle puppies.

Along with Michelle, she currently runs the weekly puppy parties held at Martin Veterinary Centre.

She also has a particular interest in animal behaviour and nutrition & takes her own pet weight management clinic. Sarah passed her course as a diabetic advisor in 2016 which is a great resource for our diabetic patients.

Sarah Glasgow at Martin Vet Centre


10 Strathkelvin Place Kirkintilloch G66 1XT


Martin Veterinary Centre Ltd Telephone 0141 775 2503


Mon to Fri: 8.30am – 7.00pm Saturday: 8.30am – 12.00pm


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