Normal Opening Hours
Monday - Friday:8.30am – 7.00pm
Sat:9.00am – 4.00pm
Sun:10.00am - 12.00pm
145 - 147 London RoadSheffieldS2 4LH0114 255 4663find us

Veterinary Surgeons 

Michael SquiresMichael Squires - BVetMed BSc MRCVS

Michael qualified in 1995 and has worked in the Sheffield area since 1996, predominantly for the PDSA. He bought Highfield Veterinary Centre in July 2009. His PDSA years have given him a wealth of experience, and he particularly enjoys surgery and has a keen interest in Evidence Based Medicine.

He is married to Charlotte, a former PDSA head veterinary nurse with two young children, Esme and Oscar.  The family has a cat named Walter. Walter was abandoned at the PDSA with a nasty leg injury (which eventually healed well in spite of Michael’s treatment). Michael enjoys the outdoors, especially running and skiing.


Molly GrahamMolly Graham - BVSc MRCVS 

A local lass, Molly qualified in 2005, worked in Rotherham                

for 2 years then joined Highfield in 2007. She enjoys rescuing

grumpy old dogs to live out their last few years in luxury along

with Bracken the Springer, Maisie the Dalmatian, her sons

Freddie and Billy and builder husband Russell.

Molly has a particular interest in dentistry, geriatrics and ultrasonography.


Ciara O'NeillCiara O’Neill MVB MRCVS

Ciara is originally from the Emerald Isle but is now an adopted Yorkshire lass! She qualified in 2006 and has worked at Highfields since 2014. She is mum to her little girl Keeva and a crazy Standard Poodle called Bridie who she adopted from the Dog's Trust. Ciara enjoys all aspects of veterinary practice but has a particular interest in surgery, opthalmology and dermatology.


Lynne JamesLynne James BVSC Cert AVP(SAM) MRCVS

Lynne has worked at Highfields since July 2015. She has lots of experience, including having worked as an emergency specialist vet in Canada and recently she achieved her Advanced Veterinary Practitioners Certificate in medicine. Lynne has twin girls and a very cute one-eyed dog, called Sparrow and an adopted elderly Springer Spaniel called Maggie.


Jane WellerJane Weller MRCVS

Jane is our lovely locum vet who works at our practice regularly to help out with holiday cover. She has worked for many years in the Sheffield area. Jane is always smiling and is a valued honorary member of Highfields for quite a while now


Amber MosleyAmber Mosley - BVM&S BVMedSci

Amber qualified from Nottingham University in 2017 and worked in Doncaster before joining us. Amber is a local Sheffield lass and shares her home with her partner Billy and 2 naughty rescue cats called Lionel and Winnie! She enjoys all aspects of veterinary practice especially surgery. In her spare time Amber likes to go horse riding and is also a keen baker ( lucky for us!)



Visiting Consultant Veterinary Surgeons.

Steven Bossuyt

Dr Steven Bossuyt - CertVOphthal PGCertVBM RCVS SRCVS advanced Practitioner in Veterinary Ophthalmology

Steven joined Highfield in June 2012 as our ophthalmology consultant. Originally from Belgium Steven moved to the UK in 1995. Steven has spent the past 22 years working closely with the PDSA, and in 2003 he gained his ophthalmology certificate. He specialises in many aspects of eye care and would be happy to discuss any individual cases. Appointments are available upon request.


Vicky IronsideVicky Ironside - MA, VetMB, CVC, MRCVS

Vicky qualified in 1989 and worked in small animal practice until 1998. Vicky passed the veterinary cardiology certificate in 1997 and then began to work for various local practices as a cardiologist in 1999. Since then Vicky has been enjoying working mainly as a dog and cat cardiologist and internal medicine vet. Vicky understands the importance of keeping up to date with her cardiac knowledge and she is an active member of the Veterinary Cardiovascular Society. Last year Vicky was awarded a BSAVA Petsavers grant to help with a study on the progression of asymptomatic hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in cats.


David StrongDavid Strong - BVM&S MRCVS

David graduated from Edinburgh University in 2005 and has spent time working within the PDSA. In 2010 he started Consulting work for Veterinary Instrumentation, as the Product Development Manager, in which he helped design and develop a sizeable quantity of the world's new veterinary implants and instruments. He attends many of the specialist orthopaedic and other conferences and congresses, as well as assist with surgeon training around the world. David now works as a peripatetic orthopaedic surgeon in the Yorkshire area. David is available for referrals for orthopedic including the new TTA Rapid technique and soft tissue surgery.