A new lead veterinary surgeon for 608 Vet Practice in the West Midlands is confident she has the right recipe for success.
Cambridge graduate Arsha Kaur Bajaj is a keen cook as well as an expert vet and her home economic skills could now serve her well in the workplace.
Arsha is convinced 608 Vets in Solihull, Bentley Heath and Acocks Green has the perfect ingredients and mix of skills to serve up the finest small animal care in Birmingham and the West Midlands.
Arsha explained: “I am most looking forward to the people-aspect of the job – working closely with the vets and hopefully supporting them, as well as working with the different team members to harmonise how we function across the whole practice.
“I would love to be able to channel team members’ varied strengths and get them to share them with colleagues so everyone feels more gratified within their roles and valued at work.
“It can be a tough career field to be in but one that is so rewarding. So, my aim is to make everyone feel valued and supported so we maintain a happy, healthy workplace.”
She added: “I will still be working as a small animal general practitioner but I will also be involved with the senior leadership team to help implement practice policies, drive clinical initiatives, and use client feedback constructively to help our team work even better for our clients.
“I will carry out development reviews with some of the vets in the team and carry out new vet inductions, too.”
Arsha graduated in 2016 and has previously worked as a small animal vet in general practice in Cambridgeshire and Yorkshire.
Away from work she enjoys cooking and experimenting with different cuisines, especially recreating favourite foods from home Malaysia, travelling and exploring.