Managing our team here at Companion Care is Robert who has worked and lived on the Gold Coast for the past thirteen years. Robert has over twenty years experience in General Practice & Emergency Centres. As innovator of the surgical, intensive care, diagnostic imaging, and medical areas, he continues to strive for the best quality care for his patients and their owners.
Dr. Charlene joined us in May 2017 having worked in small animal practice in Brisbane.
She has a passion for medicine and surgery and relishes the opportunity to use our advanced facilities aiding the treatment of animals in her care.
Dr Claire joined us in April 2017 and is widely experienced in both General Practice and Emergency work. She is looking forward to working with all our high tech diagnostic modalities sharing Dr Robert's interest in Emergency work.
Suzanna joined us in May 2017 and has a wealth of experience in all aspects of Veterinary nursing. She will be working mostly at Arundel but has already done shifts at Ormeau. Sue has already become popular with many of our clients and their pets.
Cassidy has recently joined us from a Specialist Centre and thus, feels right at home with the high standard of equipment and veterinary medicine performed at both Ormeau and Arundel
We are hoping it will be a long and fruitful relationship
Karen has been associated with Ormeau since 1997. She has an interest in critical care and anaesthesia aiming to provide the most up to date surgical nursing for your pet. Karen also maintains her passion for wild life and bird care management.
We welcomed Vanessa Joseph to our teams at Arundel and Ormeau in June 2017. She is a very experienced nurse having worked with Dr Robert for a number of years in an Emergency centre.
Vanessa is ideally suited to the amount of intensive care and high end diagnostic work we perform and, is proving a valuable addition to both clinics.
Jessica joined us as our new trainee in September 2017 and has already made a great impression with her bright bubbly personality. Jessica hopes to complete her full training to become a Cert IV nurse before Christmas