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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.
Corin completed her Veterinary degree from the University of Sydney in 2005. She initially travelled to the USA to complete an internship at Virginia Tech before moving back to Australia, where she has worked in various practices across Sydney and Brisbane. Corin spent 7 years working as an emergency veterinary surgeon at Animal Emergency Service in Brisbane before transitioning back into small animal general practice. She completed her Masters in Small Animal Practice in 2015, and has additionally completed further education in emergency medicine and veterinary ophthalmology. Her main interests include emergency medicine and surgery, ultrasonography, clinical pathology and ophthalmology. Corin owns a loveable Weimaraner ‘Harry’ as well as a ginger cat named ‘Zuma’.
Cathy covers all of our weekend work and you will also find her with us on our late nights on Wednesdays. Cathy has a wealth of knowledge and 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.
Anne currently works one Sunday a month for us but also covers while our vets are on holidays. She graduated from the University of Queensland in 1986 and has worked mainly in Brisbane. She has also worked in the UK for 18 months and spent 12 months in Africa working and travelling. Anne has been at the Morningside Clinic since September 2001 and her main veterinary interest is with medical cases. She also has a dog who she adopted from the RSPCA called Fritz.