The Team

  • Dr James Creasey

    Dr James Creasey

    Bvsc (Hons) MRCVS Cert SAS

    After graduating from Bristol Veterinary School in 2003 I joined the PDSA as a veterinary surgeon with a surgical bias. To improve my surgical technique, I spent one day a week observing surgery at the RVC for 2 years.

    I passed my certificate in Small Animal Surgery in 2009. I moved to Bow PDSA as Head Veterinary Surgeon where I managed a 9-vet team, a branch and the 24-hour emergency service. In 2010 I moved to Village Vets where I acted as Group Head of Surgery.

    In 2013 I started to offer peripatetic surgical referrals in London. I now cover over 80 veterinary practices across London, Essex, Hertfordshire, Surrey, Suffolk and Kent. I have operated on in-excess of 1000 surgical cases in the last year. Four hundred and fifty of those being cranial cruciate ligament repairs with a 3% complication rate. There has been a rapid growth in enquiries, so I am adding to my team and looking to expand further.

  • Dr Andre Costa Pereira

    Dr Andre Costa Pereira


    Andre graduated in 2011 and has been working in the UK since 2013.

    Since moving to the UK he has been working in busy hospitals, while training for his certificate in order to ensure high surgical caseload. For the past 3 years he has been the lead surgeon for a large group taking surgical referrals from the other clinics within the group. He has attended many international congresses and courses to be up to speed with the most recent techniques and has trained with some of the best surgeons in the field .

    He enjoys all aspects of soft tissue and orthopedics, but has a special interest in minimally invasive surgery, BOAS (brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome) and traumatology.

    He has a certificate in Advanced Veterinary Surgery and is an Advanced Practitioner in small animal surgery.

  • Dr Tommy Hargittai

    Dr Tommy Hargittai


    Tommy graduated in 1994 and has been working in the UK since 2005 in small animal practice.

    After graduating he completed a University internship, followed by working at a small animal private practice and then established and ran his own small animal practice in Israel for 9 years. After relocating to the U.K. with his family in 2005 Tommy was manager and senior veterinary surgeon for 15 years at a large primary care veterinary group in London and led its Surgery & Orthopaedic Internal Referral Service and Endosurgery Unit.

    Tommy holds a Post-Graduate Certificate in Small Animal Surgery and has completed a training programme in endoscopy and endosurgery. He developed and patented orthopaedic implants, some of which are in use worldwide today and some still under development. He has also been involved in orthopaedic mentoring and teaching and has published papers in respected journals. His special interests are orthopaedic conditions of the stifle and bone growth deformities and enjoys the challenges of fracture repairs as well as more complex soft tissue surgery.

    As having owned, worked in and managed first opinion small animal practices for over two decades, Tommy has an intimate understanding of their needs as well as the intricacies of client care and communication that are so critical to client and referring vet satisfaction.