Welcome to Greencross Vets Caulfield South
Here at Greencross Vets Caulfield South, you’ll be fully supported with sound advice first and foremost. We know that helping our clients and their pet’s starts with providing a good understanding of health care issues and treatment options. With good advice and professional recommendations, you’ll be well equipped to make the best ongoing health and wellbeing care decisions for your pet.
At "the caring clinic" we provide modern, professional and affordable health care for your pets. We aim to make your pet feel at ease in our clinic with a caring and gentle approach to treatment and consultations. Our nursing staff and veterinarians are all passionate about pets and avid animal lovers.
We offer a comprehensive range of professional veterinary services to cater for all your pet needs, ranging from preventative health care to weight loss programs through to surgery and diagnostic medicine.
Our team is committed to offering you and your pet’s exceptional service, and the very best in veterinary medicine and preventative health care.
We encourage you to contact us directly should you have any questions about your pet’s health and wellbeing or if you simply want more information about the services that we can provide you and your pets.
Greencross Vets Caulfield South offer a comprehensive range of professional veterinary services to cater for all your pet care needs utilising the latest diagnostic equipment.
Heartworm can be hard to detect, but it needn’t be hard to prevent. Greencross Vets recommends year round heartworm prevention. Ask your vet about prevention today.
Don’t have your own clippers? Let us take care of dog grooming for you. Our clinic offers premium dog grooming for your pet.
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.
Like most in the field, Kate cannot remember a time that she didn’t want to work with animals. Kate started working in a vet clinic at age 16, and they couldn’t get rid of her! Kate worked as a Veterinary Nurse throughout the duration of her Bachelor of Science, where she focused on Zoology and Biology. Kate’s passion for animals has taken her to Thailand, volunteering in an elephant rehabilitation camp. Kate often finds herself with a menagerie of orphan misfit animals in her care, and has shared her home with pigs, ducks, owls, possums and a variety of cats and dogs. Outside of work Kate likes snowboarding, cooking, gardening and clocking over the kilometers with her gorgeous running partner, Taz the Kelpie. Not a fan of sitting still, Kate co-manages the Glen Eira & Caulfield South clinics, whilst pursuing further study in the Masters of Secondary Education
Meg moved from the motherland to Australia in 2015. Joining us as a volunteer in 2017, she quickly showed her worth and the clinic welcomed her with open arms into her permanent role within the clinic. Alongside work, she is currently studying her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Meg, like most, loves animals and grew up around a variety of pets including ducks, African birds, cats, dogs, reptiles…all which were named after some of her favourite movie characters. Meg loves to spend time with her tabby cat Bea Bea (who was a foster-fail from the clinic) and learning about and exploring the wealth of wildlife Australia has to offer.
Dr Ingrid Brink
Dr Ingrid Brink
Ingrid graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2008. She has worked in emergency, welfare and small animal practice in both Australia and the U.K. Ingrid has two beautiful Burmese cats, Archie and Coco, and is kept busy with her naughty chocolate Labrador called Charli. Outside of work, Ingrid enjoys getting outdoors either hiking or taking the dog to the beach. Charli loves swimming and usually needs a few treats to entice her to come home. Ingrid is a valuable addition to the team in 2018!
Rebecca has been working with Greencross Vets for 3yrs as a veterinary nurse. She gained her qualifications whilst studying for her year 12 exams. Rebecca joined us after her move from Sydney. She is passionate about animal welfare, having worked at the RSPCA for 3 years, and is always looking out for the wellbeing of her patients. Rebecca has always been surrounded by animals, having had dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs and fish. She currently has an adorable ragdoll named Boston that she rescued from the RSPCA.
Dr Cecylia Kee
Dr Cecylia Kee
**Currently on Maternity Leave** Dr Cecylia, better known as “CC”, graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2006. She has been working with Greencross Vets since 2007. She enjoyed 3 years of full time work at Greencross Ashburton before becoming a locum veterinarian to pursue her other passions in life. She owned a fashion boutique in Armadale and had a successful fashion blog. She was known by her peers as “Veterinarian by day, blogger by night”, regularly changing from stilettos to scrubs. Over the last decade, Cecylia has worked for over half a dozen of Greencross Clinics in Melbourne before finally ‘settling down’ at Greencross Caulfield South. She has special interest in internal medicine, animal behaviour and surgery. Cecylia lives in Melbourne with her husband, their son, daughter and an adorable Chihuahua called Theodore.
Dr Lisa Muscat
Dr Lisa Muscat
Lisa graduated from the University of Melbourne, and commenced her veterinary career in mixed equine and small animal practice in Bendigo (despite being highly allergic to cats and horses!) . Although she loved being a country vet, she moved back to Melbourne to be closer to specialist centers to focus on pursuing small animal practice. Lisa worked full time night shift in emergency and critical care for approximately 5 years before practicing as a locum vet in the South Eastern suburbs. Working as a locum for the clinic over the last two years, Lisa loved the team so much, she joined permanently in 2018 as the Veterinary Director. She is passionate about providing her patients with the best possible care and thorough work-ups to ensure the best treatment possible. Lisa loves to get outdoors and spend time with her horses, fiancé, friends and family. She is fond of all things equestrian and art in all its form and loves to chill out with a good book, great music or a DVD. Her favourite food is dark chocolate best enjoyed with Baileys.
Dr Noriel Williams
Dr Noriel Williams
Noriel grew up in a house with a menagerie of animals including dogs, cats, chickens, ducks, rats, rabbits and a horse. She always knew she wanted to be a vet, and graduated from the University of Queensland in 2008. After graduation, she took a different path to most new vets and worked for the Australian Government in quarantine. She then moved on to work in industry as a Scientific Services Veterinarian, but quickly missed the variety and challenges of small animal practice. In 2016, she joined the team at Caulfield South and (aside from a short break to have her beautiful baby boy) she hasn’t looked back. When she’s not at the clinic, she loves spending time outdoors and being with her family, including Summit the Swiss Shepherd, and Illi her beautiful cat.
Dr Rebecca Biljna
Dr Rebecca Biljna
Rebecca was raised in an animal loving family in Dandenong.
She started working at Caulfield South in 2001, shortly after graduating from Melbourne University as a Veterinarian. After a very enjoyable three years working full time at the clinic, she left to start a family.
Rebecca has continued to return for periods of time and love reconnecting with familiar patients and owners and of course meet new ones. She currently lives with my husband, three children, and of course her furry family too!
Hannah grew up in the local community, attending Yavneh College. After finishing her Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience at La Trobe University, she is looking to gain entry into a Veterinary Medicine course. Hannah has always enjoyed the company of pets, and visiting her Grandparents in the Mallee, surrounded by farm animals and wildlife. Hannah’s family pets have always been cared for by Greencross Vets Caulfield South (The Caring Clinic ) and she considers herself lucky to have been able to spend weeks with the team at the clinic as a work experience student. This ended with an offer for a casual trainee nursing role which she loves every moment of. When she’s not in the clinic, she’s with her 2 dogs Marli and Toby, her 4 cats, playing basketball or volunteering her time at Robyn’s Nest or Beagle Rescue Victoria.
Jennine studied her Bachelor of Veterinary Nursing at Athlone Institute of Technology, in Ireland. Upon finishing, she took the plunge and moved her life to Australia in 2014, where she started working at Greencross Vets Glen Eira, with Kate. Moving across to the Caulfield South clinic, she quickly fell in love with her patients from Beagle Rescue Victoria, and now shares her home with a number of foster dogs. Jennine mostly works at a local specialist centre, however loves working casually to ensure she still sees her regular patients. When she’s not in-clinic, Jennine enjoys playing Gaelic football, exploring with her American Staffie Briggs and cuddling her cheeky black cat named Batman.
Jodie started working at Greencross Caulfield South at the start of 2015 as a trainee veterinary nurse. Since starting this career path, she has never looked back. Although sometimes the job can be tough, it is so rewarding and there is nothing else she would rather do. Jodie has finished her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and hopes to one day complete a diploma to further her knowledge. She has a keen interest in wildlife, particularly possums, and loves caring for the ringtail babies that come through each spring. Jodie and her partner currently have a naughty green-cheeked conure name Ollie. They are in the process of building in Botanic Ridge and look forward to filling the house with more pets of their own!
Morna grew up in Scotland surrounded by animals and wildlife, and loved helping around the farm with cattle and livestock. After moving to Australia in 2011, she started working for a horse trainer in Melbourne, alongside passionate vets and realized this was her calling. She has just finished 3 years of studying for her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing, and plans to further education in emergency care and behavioural science. She has a passion for rescue and helping animals in need. In the future, she wants to do more regional Australian and international volunteer work to help animals and people that can’t get the veterinary care they need.
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