Welcome to our clinic
Greencross Vets Palm Beach 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 Palm Beach 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.
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.
Siobhan began her journey with Greencross Vets in 2021, partaking in the Veterinary Nursing Internship which eventfully led to permanent employment. She grew up with always having lots of dogs as pets and has always had an adoration for animals big and small. and I have always had a love for all animals great and small, now she is lucky enough to be with them each day.
Prior to starting her Veterinary Nursing Internship with Greencross Vets during 2020, Sarah worked as a dog groomer for a number of years. Having a lifelong passion for animals has solidified, that this is the industry that she feels the most settled in. Getting to do what you love every day, in a career that is both rewarding and challenging is special.
At home, she has two beautiful fur babies, a Whippet named Moose, and a cat named Pearl. Sarah treats her animals like they were her children, so you can be reassured that your animals will be treated like with the highest level of care, whenever they are in her care.
Dr Amelia Nesbitt
Dr Amelia Nesbitt
Dr. Amelia grew up in Perth, Western Australia and attended Murdoch University, graduating in 2018. After graduation she moved Borneo to volunteer as a veterinarian with Sun Bears and lots of cats. Since then she has have been working in Tasmania in General Practice and Emergency and Critical Care. Dr. Amelia moved to the Gold Coast earlier year with my partner who also dedicates their life to animals, working at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. They currently have one child called Elvis who is a big beautiful domestic short-hair cat, who was a foster fail. Dr. Amelia adores being a vet and has a special interests in soft tissue surgery and ultrasonography. She says, ‘I look forward to meeting everyone and their fur babies!’
My name is Angela and I’ve been in the veterinary industry since 1999 (minus a few years while having my human babies). My passion for animals and animal welfare has always been a strong part of my life. Over the years I often brought strays home to “foster” but never left. At the moment we have one dog named Penny and two cats named Lilli and Sophie. With three kids and three pets we have a very busy house but wouldn’t have it any other way. With such a busy home and young kids you’ll usually only see me in clinic on the weekends.
I started my journey as a volunteer with Greencross Vets in the beginning of 2018. It didn’t take me long to know I had chosen the perfect career path. Not only do I get to meet adorable pets every day, I get to work alongside a team of passionate vets and nurses.
My love for animals started at a young age when I met my first cat, Cheeky. Over the years Cheeky and I have found more fur friends, my cats E.T and Luna and my naughty and chubby bullmastiff Nala.
I joined Greencross in 2016 and consider myself very lucky to be working in such a rewarding industry with an amazing team at Palm Beach. I grew up on acreage in Mudgeeraba on the Gold Coast with many different types of pets over the years. Now I live with my two dogs, a German Shepard named Buddy and a Welsh Terrier named Yogi and also my Children’s Python named Hamish. I have always had a passion for animals, and am fortunate to be able to take care of them for a job!
Hi, my name Summer and I’ve been working in the veterinary industry for 10 years now.
Exceptional pet care is my main priority, looking after your fur babies like they are my own.
I’m a mum of a toddler and three fur kids Java, Piha and Simba. I’m an avid beach enthusiast who enjoys surfing or playing in the ocean with my family at every available opportunity.
My passion and goal is to further develop my knowledge and skills working with animals so I can deliver the best possible standard of care for all pets.
Dr Suzanne Cosgrove BVSc (Hons) BSc
Dr Suzanne Cosgrove BVSc (Hons) BSc
My name is Dr Suzanne Cosgrove. I was born in the USA but grew up on the beaches of the beautiful Gold Coast. In 1999 I moved to Brisbane to study at the University of Queensland where I completed a Bachelor of Science (Biomedical) in 2002 and a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Hons) in 2007. During my studies I volunteered for the RSPCA, and also worked as a Veterinary nurse. I came to work with Greencross Vets as a small animal Veterinarian in 2009. Along the way I have adopted six furry children; two terriers named Timmy and Tam, three blue-eyed Siamese cats named Petey, Pauly and Whitey (aka White Bunny), and a chocolate Burmese named Blackie (aka Chocolate Bunny). My furry children are a very important part of my family. I understand the close bond between people and their pets and strive to care for every patient as if they were my own.
Dr Andrew Blum
Dr Andrew Blum
My name is Dr Andrew Blum, I am the Veterinary Director at Greencross Palm Beach.
After receiving my diploma of animal husbandry in 1964, I went to work in Brisbane as a field officer for Pig Poultry and Dairy which I found didn’t suit me. My father offered to help me go through university and I grabbed that opportunity with both hands. I met my wife, Helen, in my first year of Uni who encouraged me to work hard and become a veterinarian. I have been a vet now for over 45 years. I worked overseas for a few years and came to Palm Beach in 1976, opening my own clinic in 1978. I worked for 12 years at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, 15 years at David Fleay’s Wildlife Park, 22 years of track work with trotters, gallopers and greyhounds and many years of large animal work. I’ve predominately spent the latter half of my professional life as a small animal vet, working for Greencross Vets for the past 14 years. I have also been involved in a research trials for Qbiotics for last 7 years which is a company that has released a natural drug for surface cancers in animals. I love the team here at Greencross Palm Beach and cannot wait to meet you and your pet!
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