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 Forrestfield & High Wycombe Vets. All of our nursing staff have completed formal training to be certified as qualified Veterinary Nurses. They are all 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
    Head Vet Nurse

    Kat is our "horror movie buff" and loves a bit of ink. She goes the extra mile for clients and in addition to her excellent nursing skills, Kat also assists with management tasks involving the hospitals, our nursing staff and clientele. As well as handling her many tasks as a Head Nurse, she also has her own furry family to keep her busy. Kat has 1 cat and 1 dog: Lightning (a re-homed kittens from the hospital) and doggie Raven (the wonderful "Labradork").

    Nurse Kat1
  • Maybelline
    Head Vet Nurse

    Maybelline is a happy nurse who greets clients with a smile and patients with a scratch (*if they will allow it). The skills and support she has gained over the years have allowed her to become Head Nurse and she is always eager to improve herself. Maybelline is the coordinator of our Puppy Socialisation Classes, assists with the practice marketing and has an interest in emergency medicine and nursing. Her other great loves are cupcakes, shoes and her two dogs, Groodle, Disney and Mini Poodle, Marvel.

    Nurse Maybelline
  • Donna
    Senior Vet Nurse

    Donna has been with us here at our 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 to us and 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. Donna has her cat Diego, a stray adopted from the hospital, who she looks after in addition to her two girls and her husband.

    Nurse Donna
  • Casey
    Senior Vet Nurse

    Casey is a very organised nurse. She keeps on top of her tasks but also has time for a good pat and cuddle of our patients. Casey is our resident "Crazy Cat Lady" and is completely obsessed with her three kitties, Nala, Mille and Nugget who all "enjoy" going for walkies on their harnesses. She also has much love for her "little old man" Chihuahua, Gizmo.

    Nurse Casey
  • Belinda
    Registered Vet Nurse

    Belinda is always greeting our clients with a big smile! She is dedicated to working with any animal, shape or form and is fond of diagnostic work ups in the hospitals. In her spare time, extends her love of animals to sanctuaries near and far and at home, Belinda is the mother of the mischievous DSH, Kitty.

    Nurse Belinda
  • True
    Registered Vet Nurse

    True appreciates the many different cases that come through the doors, but the best part of her job is nursing very unwell patients back to health again and watching them go home to their families. Apart from nursing, True is "all about the Staffies!". She loves all things Staffy, so much so that she and her pup, Lola (the Staffy!), even have matching PJs!

    Nurse True
  • Sophie
    Registered Vet Nurse

    Sophie is a quirky nurse who loves looking after our patients like they are her own. She is keen on assisting with rehabilitation and on going support of the cats and dogs who come into our hospitals. Sophie enjoys keeping fit and although she has no pets of her own (yet...), when asked the very important question of "Cats vs Dogs?" it's a tie!

    Nurse Sophie