Dr Chantel Giliomee, BVSc
Veterinarian / Practice Manager
Chantel completed her Veterinary degree in 2012 at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. After working in a busy small animal practice there, Chantel and her family decided to relocate to Brisbane. Chantel enjoys the many aspects veterinary medicine has to offer, she aims to provide the best standards of care for you and your furry family and enjoys meeting new faces each day. Chantel has a keen interest in surgery and ophthalmology, and enjoys the occasional exotic challenge. When not in the clinic, Chantel spends her time with her family and greyhound Sadie exploring their new home.
Dr Rachel Reid, BVSc (Hons)
Rachel graduated from UQ and has spent the last 4 years in small animal practice on Brisbane's north side. She has an interest in surgery and is looking forward to meeting all her new patients at Morningside. On weekends she enjoys bike riding and looking after her partner's dogs, Mia the Kelpie and Bella the Koolie.
Dr Cathy Czarnuszewicz, BVSc
Cathy Covers alot of our weekend work & you will often find her on our late nights on Wednesdays. Cathy has a wealth of knowledge & has been in the industry for many years. She is also the proud owner of two dogs Jarrah an Australian Cattle dog & Toby a Kelpie
Dr Shirley Ngan, BVSc (Hons)
Shirley completed her studies at the University of Queensland in 2020 and joined the team soon after graduation. She enjoys many aspects of veterinary science but has a special interest in internal medicine.
Outside of work, Shirley loves to craft and spend time with her friends, family and two fur babies, Lumi and Lily.
Sharn joined us in 2015 as a veterinary nursing student, studying towards her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. She officially became part of our nursing team in 2016 on completion of her studies. Since then, Sharn has become a vital part of our nursing team, particularly with our surgical patients and as one of our Puppy Pre-School teachers. At home, Sharn has quite a few animals, including Tex the dog, two horses (Gypsy Rose and Texas Rose) and two cats (Rodger and Barnaby). Both cats were adopted through our in-clinic Adoption Kitten program. Outside of work Sharn enjoys competitive shooting and endurance horse-riding.
Meg is the newest member to join our nursing team after completing her Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing through Tafe Queensland. She has been enjoying learning the ins and outs of our clinic alongside our vets and nurses and has a particular interest in animal behavioral science. Meg has a fur baby of her own, a little cat named Buddy.
Millie began her Veterinary Nursing studies with us in 2018 and after completion of her studies eagerly joined the Nursing team. Growing up on a vegetable farm in Flagstone Creek Millie has always had a special interest in animals, from pet cows, chickens, horses, to her much loved family dogs Smiley and Luke. Millie has a special interest in-house laboratory diagnostics, nutrition and wildlife. Millie hopes to pursue her special interest in animal welfare related charity work. At home, she has a mischievous rescue cat, Tin Tin who rules the house.
Seeba’s love for animals started at a very young age telling her parents she wanted to be a “doggy doctor”, She was able to fulfill this passion by studying and working as a veterinary nurse from the age of 17. Seeba has been nursing since 1995 and started her career as an emergency nurse in a 24 hour vet hospital. Seeba enjoys helping animals in need and giving guidance and support to their owners. During her career she has gained a special interest in surgery and orthopedics. At home, Seeba has a quite few rescued animals including: Ginghi a ginger tabby cat who is missing one eye, a conure parrot, a turtle and a sussex chicken. In her spare time loves spending it being a mum, fishing, reading and keeping active.