Welcome to Greencross Vets Castle Hill
We are your local Hills District team of experienced vets and nurses who care and are passionate about your pets.
Our team prides itself on providing a friendly service at an affordable price.
We understand your pets are part of the family and so we treat them like that too!
Why come to us to provide your pet with vet care?
Here's what some of our clients have to say:
30 minute consults so you have plenty of time to sit down with the veterinarian
“…the vet was never rushed and explained everything so clearly…”
Staff at our clinic are guaranteed the friendliest you will ever meet
“…staff that bend over backwards to help. A rare find…”
Clean modern facilities
“…doesn’t feel like a vet clinic…”
New FREE puppy checks
“…the puppy check was fantastic. The vet was thorough and didn’t judge us. The free puppy pack was a bonus…”
Appointments can be easily made online
“…the online booking system is fantastic and super easy…”
The veterinary clinic is also conveniently located within the Petbarn store so you can obtain all your pet care needs, including grooming, all under the one roof!
We invite you to become part of the Greencross family so you can experience the difference for yourself. The Greencross Vets Castle Hill team are here for you and would be absolutely delighted to meet all of your “kids”, whether they are furry, finned, feathered or scaly. Please drop in to say hi and meet our friendly team!
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Greencross Vets Castle Hill offer a comprehensive range of professional veterinary services to cater for all your pet care needs utilising the latest diagnostic equipment.
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The latest in-house laboratory equipment allows our vets to perform a range of diagnostic tests to achieve accurate, rapid diagnosis of your pets’ health status.
Eva grew up in Hong Kong and speaks fluent Cantonese. After moving to Sydney her Mandarin has grown as she meets her Mandarin-speaking friends. Despite living in small box-like units in high rises in Hong Kong, Eva was fortunate enough to have different pets. Cats turned out to be her favourite and led her to vet school. After graduating from University of Sydney, Eva has been working as a small animal veterinarian. She enjoys seeing pocket pets (rabbits, guinea pigs, rats and mice) as much as cats and dogs. With keen interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine, she has taken further training and is a certified veterinary acupuncturist (CVA). When she is not serving as her cat’s sitting cushion, she enjoys growing edible plants, cooking, singing, and the outdoors.
Michelle is currently a student at The University of Sydney studying Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She is interested in veterinary pharmacology and hopes to pursue further studies in the future. In her spare time Michelle likes binging unhealthy number of seasons in one sitting.
Kaitlyn is one of our newest employees here at Greencross. She is a recent graduate who has always shown a great love for her furry companions. She has been a Volunteer at the Animal holding facility and even did a course through WIRES on wildlife rehabilitation. She has an interest in pursuing further studies, gaining certification around advanced feline and canine courses and gaining further knowledge to better assist here at our castle hill Greencross. Kaitlyn spends her free time playing with her son and her two furry felines.
Dr Andrea Forsyth
Dr Andrea Forsyth
Andrea originally hailed from New Zealand and graduated from Massey University in 2010. Her passion for animals started with the desire to help conserve nature, and she has continued to assist wildlife care throughout her career. Since graduating, Andrea has worked alongside specialists in internal medicine, surgery and emergency veterinary care. Her special interests include behavioural medicine, complex therapeutic cases and cancer therapy.
Andrea lives with her husband, their new baby boy, Bernie the Greyhound and Lizzie the Aussie Shepard. Outside of work, she enjoys bushwalking, yoga and all things wombat related
Dr Su Mi Choung
Dr Su Mi Choung
As a child, Su Mi was known for her love for animals, however never thought that she would be a vet until she lost her dog Jinshil (meaning “truth” in Korean) when she was in high school.
Her dog required medical attention during the night, but there was no emergency vet available in town. It was then that Su Mi started considering a career in veterinary science, however at the time was studying literature and social science.
After graduating from university in Korea, she had a short career in marketing, but her passion towards animals was so strong that she decided to study veterinary science in Australia.
Su Mi graduated from Sydney University in 2010 and accumulated experience in small animal practices. She loves general surgery, managing medical cases, helping patients with behavioural problems, and has special interest in diagnostic imaging.
Su Mi feels very blessed that she can help our furry precious friends have more love and life with their family, and her goal is to give the best life to every animal she treats.
Sarah is the Practice Manager of both Greencross Vet Minchinbury and Castle Hill clinics and has been with Greencross since 2020. Sarah comes from a corporate management background and is also the Director of a charity set up during the recent bushfires where she lead the NSW wildlife critical search and rescue team. As a rescuer and carer of native wildlife, and after involvement with the industry, Sarah decided on a career change and is studying her Cert IV Veterinary Nursing whilst managing the clinics and ensuring that the pets and clients receive the best possible service.
Michaela Hartley Turner
Michaela Hartley Turner
Michaela graduated with her Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2020 and has been working with animals since 2015. She works across both Minchinbury and Castle Hill clinics and enjoys all aspects of nursing with a focus on stress free handling, behaviour and nutrition.
Ellie is a qualified Cert IV Veterinary Nurse who joined the Greencross Vets Team in 2015 at North Parramatta and the Castle Hill team in 2016, working across both clinics. With a passion for animals she couldnt imagine doing anything else.Ellie has previous experience working in both large and small Veterinary Clinics, as well as volunteering with the Animal Welfare League. With a special interest in surgical nursing and interesting surgical cases, Ellie also is passionate about animal behavior and educating owners on how to care for their new furry additions and currently runs the Puppy Preschool classes. At home Ellie has 2 Toy Poodles called Evie and Gus who keep her very busy and are always keen for a cuddle and playtime!
Cara Hawkins joined the Greencross Vets team in July 2015 and has excelled at her position ever since. Cara has always had a passion for working with animals and couldn’t imagine doing anything else. Whilst currently performing further study in veterinary nursing, she has been working in numerous veterinary clinics since she was 15, assisting at the Guide Dogs NSW, as well as attending to her own pets, breeding and showing prize-winning Chihuahuas. She has an all-round interest in veterinary medicine, but has a particular interest in reproduction, neonates, and nutrition. She also runs our puppy preschool classes here on a Thursday night.
Steph Saada became a fully qualified Veterinary Nurse in 2011. In 2009, Steph was working as a volunteer at the Animal Welfare League and Featherdale Wildlife Park. She then accepted a position at a busy 24 hour veterinary clinic in 2011 where she gained wonderful skills and expertise in anesthetic monitoring, critical care of patients and much more. She enjoys all aspects of her job, but particularly has an interest in surgery, pathology, neonatal, intensive care patients, and the most rewarding part, nursing for cesarean sections.
Steph is a caring, compassionate person who delivers the utmost standard of care for her patients. She brings laughter and joy to the workplace, which is admired.
During her spare time she enjoys spending time with her much loved 8 yr old German Shepherd named Roxy. Steph also has a great passion for birds which she owns, 2 Indian ringnecks named Pauli and Jasper. She is a family girl and enjoys spontaneous outings, loves to travel, and most importantly loves her animals.
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