Meet our Internal Medicine and Oncology Team – Nurses



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Jayne - Team Leader

Internal Medicine & Oncology Nurse

Jayne began her Veterinary Nursing career in 2000, working in a general vet practice and cattery for 5 years.
In 2003 Jayne completed a Diploma of Applied Science in Animal Technology and a Diploma of Applied Science in Biological Laboratory Sciences.  Jayne started working at MVSC in 2005 as an Internal Medicine and Oncology Nurse, she then became Team Leader in 2008. Jayne has a keen interest in Oncology, Anaesthesia and MRI.  Jayne loves dogs (especially Labradors) and also cats.  She has a much loved black & white domestic short hair cat named Memo, who Jayne adopted in 2004 from the cattery at her local vet clinic.    

 




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Nina - Team Leader

Internal Medicine & Oncology Nurse

Nina has been working in general practice for nine years and has completed her Veterinary Nursing Certificate IV in 2001. She has been with the MVSC since 2008. Nina has an interest in cat and dog diseases and nutrition. During her nursing career, she has also worked with wildlife through various clinics.  Nina and Mandy (Dermatology Nurse) worked at the Veterinary Clinic within the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand in 2011.




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Amy

Internal Medicine & Oncology Nurse

Amy returned to MVSC to work in the Internal Medicine team in February 2012.  Amy has previously worked at MVSC as an Animal Attendant before working in a general practice veterinary clinic for three years. Amy also spent several years volunteering at the RSPCA veterinary clinic. Amy has completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing, graduating in 2010. In her spare time she looks after her two dogs, two cats and many fish. 




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Hannah

Hannah has been working as a veterinary nurse for the last 15 years, spending majority of her time at as practice manager in general practice and has also worked in specialist veterinary ophthalmology.

She completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2010 and later her Diploma of Veterinary Nursing in General Practice in 2015. Hannah has a particular interest in anaesthesia, oncology, and the education of nurses. She spent time as a state division committee member and secretary of the Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia. Hannah has a cheeky little Welsh Terrier, Colin, a Siamese cat named Greg Boy and an Oriental Shorthair cat called Judy. 




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