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The complete multi-disciplinary referral service

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Cardiology Team


Antonio Moneva-Jordan



Antonio graduated from Zaragoza University (Spain) in 1990 after an Erasmus scholarship at Glasgow Veterinary School. He worked in a Small Animal Hospital in Newcastle for 5 years where he obtained the Certificate in Veterinary Cardiology. Antonio then moved to the University of Edinburgh where he held the residency in Cardiopulmonary Medicine, followed by an appointment as Clinical Demonstrator/Lecturer in Cardiology. He is recognised by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as an Advanced Practitioner in Veterinary Cardiology.

He is a regular speaker in Cardiology and is working towards the RCVS Diploma. Antonio’s main interest is congenital heart disease in dogs and cats. He is on the Heart Score Panel of the Veterinary Cardiovascular Society.


Adam Bell


Clinical Director
Internal Medic and Cardiologist

Adam graduated from Bristol in 1992. He spent 10 years in small animal practice in the Bristol area before moving to Calder Vets in Dewsbury in 2002. Adam received his Certificate in Veterinary Cardiology in 2002.

As well as cardiology, his interests include all aspects of Internal Medicine, particularly ultrasonography, guided biopsy techniques and endoscopy. He received his certificate in Internal Medicine in 2006.


Debra Hyman



Debbie graduated from the University of Pretoria, South Africa, in 1996. Debbie has always had an affinity with cardiology, a subject close to her heart, initially stimulated when her little Maltese poodle developed mitral valve disease during her student days. After two years of working in South Africa, Debbie moved to the UK in 1998, where she has pursued her interest in small animal cardiology, through working at various small animal hospitals across the England.

Debbie obtained her Certificate in Veterinary Cardiology in 2010 through the RCVS, which she followed up with her Advanced Practitioner status in 2015. She has a keen interest in cardiorespiratory medical workups and general small animal medicine.

Debbie further developed her credentials to become Clinical Director of a leading veterinary hospital in the South of England in 2011 and upon a move to Scotland in 2014, became Clinical Director of Glasgow’s newest purpose built veterinary hospital, which included her acting as an advisor during the planning and pre-build stage. Through these 2 roles, Debbie also undertook most of the medical and all of the cardiorespiratory referrals.

Debbie currently owns 2 boisterous 11 month old kittens called Dexter and Coco and in her spare time, she embraces the challenges of renovating an old Victorian house, travelling, cinema and hosting fun dinner parties!