Greencross Vets Creswick is Permanently Closed
You may have seen news coverage in the last year detailing the challenges of the national shortage of veterinarians in Australia. Regretfully, this has impacted our clinic and as a result our Greencross Vets Creswick clinic has permanently closed.
Our team members have relocated nearby, at our Greencross Vets Ballarat, location only 20 minutes away. We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience. Please visit us at our Greencross Vets Ballarat clinic (48 Victoria St, Ballarat East – Ph: 5333 3434). Healthy Pets Plus Members, all of your benefits can be redeemed at any Greencross Vets location.
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Dr Alex Cleversley
Dr Alex Cleversley
Alex grew up in South-East Melbourne and graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2016. She joined the Greencross Vets Ballarat team in January 2018. Her special interests include feline medicine and she will be starting a two-year continuing education course in 2020 in this area. At home she has two spoilt Domestic Shorthair cats called Grayson and Alfred. In her spare time she likes to travel, listen to rock music and geek out to all things pop culture, especially DC/Marvel TV shows and films.
Tegan has been working as a Veterinary Nurse for over 5 years, and has been with Greencross since 2016.
She has completed both her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and Diploma in Veterinary Nursing (General Practice).
You will find Tegan at both the Ballarat and Creswick clinics zipping around doing a million things at once off her to-do list, or sitting on the floor covered in dog hair giving belly rubs.
At home Tegan has a mischievous Irish Setter named Pretzel and she spends her free time drawing, roller skating and spending time with Family and Friends.
Dr Leo Lee
Dr Leo Lee
Dr Leo is originally from New Zealand, having graduated from Massey University alongside Dr. Kevin. Seeking an adventure, he has ended up in Cairns to start off his career as a Vet. Back home in New Zealand, Leo owned a Blue Tongue Skink. Leo has a special interest in animal (and human) nutrition and imaging. Leo is hoping to pursue his hobbies of tennis, fishing, music and diving- without succumbing to our North Queensland heat!
Megan was born and bred on a dairy farm in Swan Hill. This is where she developed her love for animals. Megan loves to surround herself with animals – when she was younger, she had two farm dogs, a pet dog, cats, budgies, a sheep or two, three horses and of course, a large number of dairy cows. Her current pet family consists of a Golden Retriever named Holly, two cats named Gus and Boris and two Guinea Pigs named Giggle and John Snow.
Megan started working in a Mixed Animal Veterinary Clinic in Swan Hill when she was 16 years old before making a location change to the sunshine state in QLD for two years. Megan moved back to Victoria in 2011 and has been based at Greencross Vets Ballarat since then.
Renee joined the Greencross team in February 2016. Renee has a background in Retail and IT Management. She grew up on a farm near Warrnambool and has been around animals all her life. Renee is kept busy working reception and in the back office managing the day to day business of Greencross Ballarat and Creswick. With 2 children and a new puppy life is busy keeping up with all that is going on.
Shenay completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2012 and has been working for Greencross Vets since 2013! For the last three years Shenay has been a part of the Ballarat and Creswick team.
Her favourite part of veterinary nursing is surgical nursing and anaesthetic monitoring, and helping with the pet’s recovery, making sure they feel comfortable and safe when they wake up from their procedure. Shenay currently has two young children at home so you can see her at the Ballarat clinic a few days a week.
Dr Rayya T-Malaeb
Dr Rayya T-Malaeb
Rayya graduated from Murdoch University in WA in 2007. She worked in mixed practice for 8 years and in 2016, she decided it was time to just focus on small animal medicine. She is quite happy to tackle all species and loves treating exotic species (wildlife & birds) and pocket pets. She has also discovered a niche for behavioural medicine and is very passionate about attending to your special needs fur babies. In her spare time, she enjoys spending quality time with the family and chasing after her toddler Olivia and 3 fur kids, Shepo (Aussie Shepherd), Punchkin (cross breed) & Lewi (Persian) & two fish (fish 1 and fish 2). She is also a very avid veterinary blogger and obsessed with pet photography.
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