Our Nurses

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Forrestfield Veterinary Hospital
313 Hale Road
Wattle Grove
WA 6107

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08 9453 1290

High Wycombe Veterinary Hospital
548 Kalamunda Road
High Wycombe
WA 6057

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08 9454 6915

Our nurses are a valuable part of the team at Forestfield & High Wycombe Vets. All of our nursing staff have completed formal training to be certified as qualified Veterinary Nurses, and all are registered with the Veterinary Surgeons Board of WA. It is likely that your first contact with the hospital will be with one of their friendly faces.

  • Kat

    Kat is a Forrestfield local who loves going the extra mile for our clients. Kat completes our weekly mail out of reminders, to help keep your pets health up to date. When not looking after our patients, she has her own furry family to keep her busy;  Cats  "Reuger" (nicknamed Krueger for her nightmarish ability with her claws!), and "Lightning" a re-homed kitten from the hospital , as well as "Raven" the slowly maturing   labrador pup.

  • Maybelline

    Maybelline is a passionate nurse who always has a warm welcome for our patients and their owners. She has an interest in emergency medicine and nursing , and has participated in online education courses to further her knowledge. Her other great loves are cupcakes, shoes and her two black Groodles "Disney" and 'Marvel" who are regulars at the RSPCA Million Paws Walk.

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  • Donna

    Donna has been with us here at the hospitals for a number of years now, and has a reputation amongst the staff  for her excellent grooming skills. After a brief period away from the hospitals to spend more time with her children, Donna returned last year & is well and truly back in the fold. As well as being a valued member of our team, she is also a valued member of the community contributing to the Kalamunda volunteer fire-fighting brigade. At home she has her Staffy "Zena" and her cat "Diego", a stray adopted from the hospital.

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  • Leroy

    Leroy thinks he is a vet but he is actually the hospitals official Clinic Cat. His interests lie in extensive sleeping, annoying all hospital staff for pats, and hiding in his Leroy House (a customised cardboard box) when things “get scary". However it is with bothering people for food that Leroy really excels, and he takes this special interest very seriously. He hopes to eat more and be allowed to sit on the nurses keyboard during consulting hours in the future.

  • Brooke

    Brooke has been with the hospitals for a couple of years now, initially starting as a trainee nurse, but now is a fully qualified vet nurse and full time member of the team. With a background in birds & wildlife, Brooke is our "go to" nurse for injured bird or wildlife care, and also regularly takes our Puppy Classes.