Charly is one of our Senior Veterinary Nurses and also helps with admin duties. She brings to her position nineteen years of Veterinary Nursing experience in both small and large animal hospitals. She has been part of the EAMC team since the very start in 2014. Her special interests in veterinary practice include animal welfare, responsible pet ownership, behaviour and pet nutrition. Outside of work Charly loves spending time with her family as well as cooking, reading and gardening. Her four-legged friends include Chelsea the crazy German Shepherd, Sasha the Labrador, Felix the Brittany Spaniel and four cheeky guinea pigs. Charly is also involved in caring and raising foster kittens for a local rescue organisation.
Ash is one of our qualified Certificate IV Veterinary nurses joining our team in 2016 after completing her training with us. She is also one of our puppy preschool educators, and at home loves to train her family’s Border Collie Billy and Cocker Spaniel Bailey. Ash has a love for rabbits having owned them for many years, and loves a chance to cuddle and care for any bunny that comes into our hospital. Ash brings energy and laughter into our clinic daily, and can always be found chatting to a client and lying on the floor cuddling their pet.
Kiarni started with us in 2017 for her student work placement. She has since attained her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and become a valuable part of our nursing team and helping with administrative tasks. Within the clinic, Kiarni especially enjoys caring for our canine and avian patients. After hours you will find her relaxing with; Nixon a cheeky French Bulldog, Lexi and Jax the Cavoodles, Ruby the crazy Kelpie X and her partner Matt in their new house.
Tabitha is one of our senior team leaders joining us in 2019, she is a qualified Cert IV Veterinary nurse, completing her study in 2013 and also holds a Bachelor of Zoology. She has a diverse range of nursing experience in both general practice and emergency. Within the clinic she enjoys rehabilitation, post-surgery care and does a wonderful job mentoring and supervising our veterinary nursing students and interns. Tabitha shares her home with a mischievous tabby cat Bernie as well as being mum to a little human that keeps her busy.
Bec started with us as a vet nursing student in 2018 and is now a valued member of our nursing team since graduating. She shares a home with two cheeky rescue cats. Her all-time favourite animal is a Cheetah, and while we don’t get to see these at EAMC I’m sure some of our feline patients are quite reminiscent! As well as being a cat lover, Bec loves all the birds we get to see here at EAMC. Her most rewarding part of the job is caring for patients through surgery and seeing them go home at the end of the day. In her spare time she enjoys getting lost a good fantasy book.
Jazzmine is another one of our wonderful student nurses graduates of 2019 who we just had to keep to join our growing team. Jazz’s favourite pets at work are cats. She has two of her own at home Jinxy and Sooty along with a Mini Fox Terrier. Jazz also loves getting to work with the variety of different animals we see here. When she is not nursing she enjoys teaching dancing at a local dance studio and going to the movies with friends.
Jazmyn started with us while training for her Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing, graduating in 2021 and becoming a valued member of our team of qualified nurses. Jazmyn has a passion for reptiles having several Shingleback and Blue-tongue Lizards as well as some pythons, she is a wealth of knowledge on all things reptiles. Her favourite patients to work with are our exotics and dogs. As well as her reptiles she shares her home with two cattle dogs Cleo and Ruby, a Staffy Gizmo, a cat Smokey and a bird Little Boy. In her spare time she loves sketching animals and getting out and about with her dogs. Jazmyn loves helping clients with their questions as well as caring for our hospital patients.
Grace is originally from London and moved to Australia in 2010 following her boyfriend, now husband. She completed her undergraduate nursing training with us, graduating in 2018, then spent time working in small animal practice, shelters and remote community desexing programs. We were lucky to entice her back in 2021 and to fulfill her passion for exotics nursing. At home Grace has a Weimaraner called Jager and is mum to two little humans who keep her busy.
Emma is one of our Senior Veterinary Nurses and team leaders, joining the team in early 2021 she brought with her a wealth of knowledge and extensive experience nursing a variety of species. Within the clinic, she particularly loves working and caring for our exotic patients. At home you will find Emma living her best ‘farm life’ with; Pam, Linda and George the Alpacas, Momo the cat, Lilly and Luna the sheep, Moose the bearded dragon, Sketti the Albino Darwin Python and a variety of poultry. In her spare time Emma enjoys spending time with her animals and competing in roller derby.
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Ashlee joined the EAMC team in 2023 to help with our busy reception area and phones. After some extensive time studying and travelling and living abroad, Ashlee found herself exactly where her five year old self always hoped she’d be: working in a vet clinic. Ashlee loves spending her time taking care of her silly dogs, Koda the Bull Arab X and Shiloh the English Cocker Spaniel and her two cats, Mew and Mushy. When she is not sneaking in as many pats as she can at reception, Ashlee enjoys spending her spare time playing video games, reading, photographing anything she can and drawing.
Holly works weekends and some afternoons as an animal attendant while still completing high school. She does and amazing job keeping on top of our enormous piles of washing and cleaning! Holly is a keen student and hopes to be able to study Veterinary Science after school.
At EAMC we have a number of Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing students doing work placement with us as part of their TAFE training. They are valued members of our team and do a lot of work behind the scenes keeping the hospital clean and our hospital patients comfortable. We enjoy mentoring our students as they follow their dream of a career in animal care.
Thank you to our current students for all your hard work.