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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


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



Debra grew up and went to university in South Africa and gained her veterinary degree in 1996. After 2 years of working in South Africa, she moved to the UK where she worked for various small animal practices, gaining experience in medicine, cardiology and soft tissue surgery. She has been a Clinical Director in various veterinary hospitals for 9 years. She played an integral part in designing, setting up and running a new veterinary hospital in South of Glasgow, for 3 years, before moving to Leeds in 2017.  She has always had an interest in cardiology since her university days, after diagnosing a heart murmur in my little pet dog. This interest was further developed over the last 21 years and  she then subsequently gained the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons accredited Certificate in Veterinary Cardiology in 2010. She then achieved and maintained the accolade of Advanced Practitioner in Veterinary Cardiology since 2014. Debra went on to join the Paragon Referral team in November 2017.

She is passionate about delivering an exemplary level of service and prides herself in maintaining a high level of care with every patient she sees. She hopes to develop a strong relationship with the referring vets and clients alike and through this dedication, hopes to develop the cardiology service at Paragon in the years ahead.

In her spare time she enjoys renovating houses, reading and traveling and currently owns 2 boisterous, 2-year-old cats called Dexter and Coco.