Meet Our Team

  

Dr Campbell Cooper - Dr Cam

BVSc

Cam grew up on a cattle farm near Shepparton. He has always loved animals. From a young age he dedicated his career to helping animals.

Cam graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2005 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science. Since graduation Cam spent several years working with dairy cattle across Australia and New Zealand. In 2009 he moved to Melbourne to focus on working with small animals.

He has worked in many small animal clinics throughout Melbourne developing a vast array of medical and surgical experience. Cam enjoys all aspects of veterinary science including medical work ups, surgery, reproduction and emergency procedures. Cam has extensive experience in preparing animals for international travel. Cam regularly attends national veterinary conferences and local sympossiums to keep his skills and knowledge at the cutting edge of the profession. Allowing the best care for your pets.

Cam is a member of the Australian Veterinary Association.

In his spare time Cam enjoys spending time with his young family, bike riding, snow skiing, playing drums and renovating houses.

Cam and Pam have two dogs, Bonnie the couch loving Cavoodle and Jango the energetic German Shorthaired Pointer. Before kids Cam enjoyed attending obediance training and was proud to get to grade three.


Dr Pamela Gillis - Dr Pam

BVSc

Pam was born in Dublin and moved to Melbourne when she was six years old. Pam grew up in Moonee Ponds.

Pam graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2005 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science. Since graduation Pam has worked in a small animal practice in North West Melbourne before establishing the Tullamarine Animal Hospital. Pam has extensive knowledge in both veterinary medicine and surgery. Pam has a particular interest in veterinary dentistry and enjoys educating clients on how to maintain excellent dental health in their pets. In 2019 Pam completed a twelve month distance education course in veterinary clinical pathology through Sydney University. She has also attended many national conferences.

Pam is a member of the Australian Veterinary Association.

Pam and Cam have 2 young children that attend kinder and school in the local area. Pam enjoys spending time with her family, running with the dogs and going to the gym.


  

Jodie Gregory

Senior Nurse - Certificate Four - Veterinary Nursing

Jodie is a senior veterinary nurse with 10 years experience. Jodie grew up in the western suburbs of Melbourne and had a love for animals from a very young age, her earliest memories are ones of her trying to put her cats to sleep in a baby doll cot and pushing her guinea pig around in a stroller. Over the years she had many interesting pets including dogs and cats, mice, fish, rats, a horse and even 3 goats!

As a teenager Jodie volunteered for the RSPCA and in 2010 at the age of 18, landed her first job in a local veterinary practice. She completed her certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at Victoria University and went on to work in emergency and referral clinics where she has been able to further her knowledge and gain many skills. Jodie has now returned to general practice where she is able to help teach junior nurses and mentor them throughout their studies. She is always looking to learn new skills of her own and has a special interest in exotics and wildlife.

At home she lives with her partner Justin and there fur-baby Bella the Aussie Bulldog, newest addition, Ella a slinky little Cornish Rex along with Drake the free range mini Lop bunny and Buster a very talkative Rainbow Lorikeet. Jodie loves to travel, with many places still to visit but also enjoys curling up on the couch with her fury family.


Gemma Shingles

Senior Nurse


  
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