Welcome to Greencross Vets Mortdale
We are your local Mortdale team of experienced vets and nurses who care and are passionate about your pets.
Our team prides itself on providing a friendly service and high standards of care.
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:
20 minute consults so you have plenty of time to sit down with the veterinarian
“…they were friendly, gave our pet so many compliments and took their time to explain procedures, while giving him lots of cuddles…”
Staff at our clinic are guaranteed the friendliest you will ever meet
“…extremely friendly staff which I really appreciated…”
Clean modern facilities
“…even had dental x-rays for my cat, to diagnose problems with the roots…”
Great puppy classes
“…helped us understand what we need to do for and with our puppy, the classes were very good…”
Appointments can be easily made online
“…the online booking system is fantastic and super easy…”
The veterinary clinic is conveniently located in Pitt Street in Mortdale, with plenty of parking spots around the clinic and we are open 7 days a week!
We invite you to become part of the Greencross family so you can experience the difference for yourself. The Greencross Vets Mortdale team are here for you and would be absolutely delighted to meet all of your "furry kids". Please drop in to say hi and meet our friendly team!
Greencross Vets Mortdale 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.
Julie started with Greencross as an intern in 2017 and completed her Certificate II in Animal Studies in 2018. She is now a Junior Veterinary Nurse studying a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.
After earning a Bachelor of Arts (Interior Design) in 1989, Julie has had a long career in commercial design and raising a family. Julie has always had a love of animals and having a life-long interest in veterinary science, felt it was time for a career change.
She is passionate about all of the animals she meets at Greencross and is loving every minute of her new career and feels she is finally doing what she loves.
At home she enjoys relaxing with family and friends, watching movies and looking after her 14 year old Miniature Schnauzer, Jessie and her 8 year old flop eared bunnies, Bunster and Wugsby.
Melissa joined the Greencross Mortdale team in 2015 as Practice Manager. Melissa is also a qualified Nurse of 12 years. She enjoys managing the day of day running of the business and ensuring your pet’s receive the best possible care when they visit the practice.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends and her two adorable Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, named Abby and Benson.
Dr Donna Siu
Dr Donna Siu
Donna joined Mortdale in 2009 after graduating from the University of Sydney. She enjoys soft tissue surgery and medicine, and being in general practice allows her to pursue these interests. When not at work, she usually spends most of her time relaxing at home. Hobbies include reading and cooking, and supervising a crazy cat that can’t be trusted around anything that can be chewed.
Dr Ketherine Li
Dr Ketherine Li
Volunteering in animal shelters and zoos since she was 14 in the States developed Dr. Ketherine´s keen interest in all creatures from a young age. This love grew further once she returned to Australia, particularly for our unique wildlife after participating in WIRES and extracurricular programs at the University of Sydney. Ketherine has been involved in the veterinary industry at all levels including as a kennel hand, at reception, while nursing, and finally now a vet after graduating from the University of Sydney with Honours Class I in 2017. Her additional fields of interest include feline medicine, soft tissue surgery, and dermatology. In her spare time, she enjoys coastal hikes, kayaking, and watercolour painting. Her apartment is ruled by an affectionate but demanding senior cat, and she particularly enjoys taking the family dog and cat out for walks.
Dr Sophia Lay
Dr Sophia Lay
Dr. Sophia is a veterinarian who loves all animals great and small. Her special interests include surgery and exotic animals. During her study, Sophia worked as a veterinary nurse in the Sydney University Veterinary Hospital and got to cover all areas of veterinary nursing. Sophia has a Cavoodle puppy called Charlie and enjoys spending her free time outdoors especially bushwalking and camping.
Dr Tessa Jongejans
Dr Tessa Jongejans
Tessa graduated from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands in 2009 and moved to New Zealand. These she worked in mixed practice for 3 years before moving to Australia with her partner Jamie. She started with Greencross Vets on the Central Coast but after 6 months moved to the Greencross Vets Lambton clinic to take up the role of Veterinary Director. After 3 years in Newcastle, they decided to take on a new adventure which led them to Mortdale.
Tessa enjoys all aspects of the veterinary role, but is especially passionate about surgery and management. When moving from Greencross Vets Lambton to Mortdale, she brought along the surgical laser with her surgical expertise, giving the clinic access to this unique surgical equipment!
Anna is a Veterinary Nurse of four years who is a Mum of two daughters, two dogs and a rescue kitten. She has an interest in all animals and has volunteered with Vervet Monkeys in South Africa and Orangutans in the jungles of Borneo. Anna loves working with companion animals and making sure they go home happy and healthy.
Amanda gained her RCVS veterinary nursing qualification from Berkshire College England. While living in the UK, Amanda worked as a surgical nurse in small animal and equine hospitals. Her travels took her to Houston Texas where she was head surgical nurse in an orthopaedic/rehab veterinary hospital.
Having the Cert IV in Training and assessment Amanda loves to educate staff and clients. Amanda was voted Greencross NSW Veterinary Nurse of the Year 2015!
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