Angie Lloyd-Jones



Angie qualified as a Medical Diagnostic Radiographer in Plymouth in 1988 and subsequently worked in a variety of acute NHS Hospitals across London and the South of England. In 1993 she qualified as an Ultrasound Practitioner in General Medicine, Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Vascular modalities. With 25 years of dedicated medical ultrasound experience, Angie has worked in a variety of demanding clinical, managerial and teaching roles within the NHS, Public Health Wales, Higher Education Institutes and more recently, the Private Imaging sector. Her extensive experience includes working as a Senior Departmental Manager within the NHS in London, a Clinical Ultrasound Training Coordinator in Point of Care Ultrasound, a Senior Lecturer at The University of South Wales and as the Head of Ultrasound for a UK wide Private Imaging Company.

Angie has a passion for teaching and helping others to embrace the unique imaging modality of ultrasound whilst instilling high clinical standards in all aspects of her work.

She remains current and heavily involved on a part-time basis in teaching and assessing within the human field of medical ultrasound, but has been committed to Small Animal Veterinary Ultrasound at NWVS for almost 3 years now. Her primary aim is to capitalise on the transferable skills and abilities gained from her previous experience, incorporating them into our work ethos at NWVS. She works collaboratively with colleagues to raise awareness of best practice principles of clinical ultrasound service provision and governance within this specialist field, offering support and guidance to all levels of clinical ultrasound practice, including the primary referral sector.

Angie is driven to developing new ideas for dedicated focussed ultrasound courses along with much-needed National Guidelines for Small Animal Ultrasound Practice.