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Greencross Vets Kessels Rd/Macgregor are your local team of pet care professionals, we are truly ‘passionate about pets’ and we love what we do. 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 teams are committed to providing the local community and their pets with the highest standard of veterinary care and disease prevention. We invest ourselves emotionally as well as professionally so you can be assured that your pet is in the best of hands. Our purpose is to share our love and passion for animals through the pursuit of veterinary excellence.
Greencross Vets Kessels Rd/Macgregor 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.
Dr William Chan
Dr William Chan
Dr William Chan graduated from Murdoch University, Western Australia, in 2007 with first class honours, and is an experienced and advanced medical practitioner, having obtained membership with the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (ANZCVS) in Small Animal Medicine in 2015; Membership of the College is an official recognition of a veterinary surgeon’s knowledge and experience in a designated field of veterinary science.
Prior to his current appointment as Veterinary Director at Greencross Kessels Road, he practiced in a high volume veterinary hospital in Singapore for ten years seeing first and second opinion cases, before relocating to Australia in 2017 to commence an ANZCVS accredited residency programme in Small Animal Internal Medicine, receiving specialist training at a referral hospital in Brisbane. William’s interest lies in the diagnostic and therapeutic challenges encountered in patients with complex and diverse medical issues, and he is well versed in advanced diagnostic techniques and medical procedures.
William is a proud dad to a slightly overweight and needy Abyssinian named Otah.
Shelley qualified in the United Kingdom with a Bachelor of Veterinary nursing in 2010. Her career interests are anaesthesia, emergency and critical care for which she holds a certificate.
Originally from Wales, Shelley and her husband moved to Australia first settling in Darwin and more recently in Brisbane with her two-year-old cat ‘Ragnar’ whom has the run of her house and is the Master of all.
Shelley loves her job and enjoys caring for all patients including wildlife. She was very proud to hand raise four baby possums that went on to be successfully released.
In her spare time Shelley loves to hang out with her beloved cat and explore her new surroundings with her husband and friends.
Dr Kirsten Morris
Dr Kirsten Morris
I qualified from Onderstepoort in 2011 and undertook an internship the following year at the University. Later, I worked at a private veterinary practice in Johannesburg. I saw a varied case load and enjoyed getting to know my patients and their owners. I moved to Brisbane in August 2019 with my family, including my two Jack Russells and our cat. I work three days a week at Greencross Kessels Road and look forward to meeting you and your pets. In my time off I enjoy spending time with my husband and daughter, while exploring our new home and meeting new people.
Amanda has been with Greencross since 2014 and joined the Kessels Road team in 2019. She loves the fun, and hard working environment provided by the team and shares their desire to provide the best possible care and experience to our patients and clients.
Amanda has qualifications in Business Management and Animal Behaviour and Training. She is currently undertaking further studies in Business Management.
When she’s not working, Amanda loves to spend time with her husband, camping and showing their beautiful dogs Ava, Blu, Pink and Jax in confirmation and obedience dog sports
Hello! My name is Amy, I have worked at Kessels Road for 3 and a half years now. I started when I was in year 12 as a school based trainee and was fortunate enough to be offered a part time position which has now become a full time position as of last year. I have 3 beautiful cats. Cleo is my first cat ever and she is a handful, she loves a good belly rub but only when she says it’s ok. Flossy was a feral kitten brought into the clinic a couple years ago, she is now fat and happy and loves a cuddle. Theo is my special boy. He also came in as a feral kitten, he had a pretty horrible start to life. He was unable to walk on one back leg when he came to us, after radiographs we found he had a broken pelvis and femur, it just so happened that the leg he was walking on was actually the worst out of his 2 back legs. He now, after a lot of love and help, is able to walk normally, run and jump and play. He is the most snuggly kitten you will ever meet.
I love my job at Kessels and the amazing people I work with.
I have made life long friends here. My favourite part of nursing is taking
bloods and placing catheters. I also love doing dentals and surgery.
Beth recently finished her Cert 4 in Veterinary Nursing and is working part time at Kessels Road and Wishart Road. He also has a Cert 3 in Animal Behaviours studies. She mostly enjoys cuddles and naps with her 15 yr old Cocker spaniel, Andy and eating Nachos. She has a great interest in animal behaviours and surgical nursing.
Dr Emma Schablon
Dr Emma Schablon
Emma completed a Bachelor of Veterinary Science with honours from the University of Queensland St Lucia campus in 2004 after already completing a Bachelor of Speech Pathology. She has worked at the Kessels Road practice since graduation. She worked full time until the arrival of her first child in 2010 and has worked part time since. When she is not at work Emma likes to spend time with her three children, husband, family and pets. She has one dog, two cats, six goldfish and three miniature cows.
Dr Kareem Roberts
Dr Kareem Roberts
Dr Kareem first joined our team at Kessels road in 2014 where she worked as a nurse while completing her last few years of uni. She graduated from UQ in December 2015 as a veterinarian with honours and transitioned into this role in our clinic. In her spare time Kareem enjoys reading, baking, going to the gym and spending time with her many Godchildren. Kareem is passionate about pets and enjoys building a relationship with not only her patients but also with their owners. Dr Kareem is a very dedicated vet and gives 100% to each of her patients. On a daily basis Kareem can be found speaking with specialists to assist in treatment plans to ensure her patients get gold standard care. She has a naughty but cute dog called Toto, a very chunky cat called Minky and a noisey lorikeet.
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