Dr Campbell Cooper - Dr Cam


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


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.

Karen Hui


Karen was born in Hong Kong and moved to Melbourne in 2010 to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian. She graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2016.

She worked in a small animal practice in North West Melbourne before joining Tullamarine Animal Hospital. Karen’s passions include all aspects of general practice, surgery, internal medicine and rabbit medicine. She is always looking to further her knowledge and career by undertaking courses and attending conferences relating to small animals. From a multicultural background, Karen speaks 3 additional languages including Cantonese, Mandarin and Japanese.

She loves building relationship with clients and being a compassionate patient advocate. Outside of work, Karen enjoys bush walking with her partner Seth, cooking, playing guitar and piano. She has a 5 year old cat ‘’TayTay’’, a foster fail and who is now spoilt rotten by the family; a little goldfish ‘’Shiro’’ adopted from the vet school prac, and a loving 10 year old mini lop ‘’Usabi’’ who recently just went over the rainbow bridge.


Gemma Shingles

Senior Veterinary Nurse

Gemma grew up in an animal loving family near Wallan. She started her veterinary nursing career in December 2008. Since this time she has acquired a vast array of veterinary nursing skills. She has a much loved Whippet Tess, a handsome Vizla named Parker and a slightly overweight cat called Felix. She also still looks after her childhood pony. Gemma has a special interest in canine obedience having trained both her dogs with the assistance of several obedience clubs throughout Melbourne.

In her spare time Gemma enjoys spending time with my family and friends, going fishing, walks with the dogs and listening to country music.

Kristy Reeves

Certificate 4 Veterinary Nursing

Kristy started veterinary nursing as a volunteer in 2012 and began her certificate IV in 2013. After 2 years in clinic she decided to move onto other industries. In 2016 Kristy realised nursing was her passion, she decided to give it another shot and hasn’t looked back since! After a further 4 years in clinic she finally gained her qualification in 2020 and has been part of the Tullamarine Animal Hospital since September 2020. In her spare time Kristy enjoys travelling and spending time with her partner along with 2 dogs Cash & Lando and cat Gus.

Rebecca Taubitz

Rebecca spent a couple of years after high school procrastinating what she wanted to do with her life, trying her hand at office work and then gaining her Diploma in Beauty Therapy. Never feeling completely fulfilled, and always having a love of animals, Rebecca gained employment as a kennel hand in 2010.  Within a few months she moved into a nursing role and spent the next eight years honing her skills and knowledge until in 2018 she moved on to a second clinic before joining the Tullamarine Animal Hospital in October 2020. With ten years of nursing experience now under her belt, the days are still filled with enough hard work and snuggles to keep Rebecca happy with her decision to pursue her childhood dream of working with animals.
Rebecca and her husband have two 11 year old Spoodle x Maltese sisters who are spoilt rotten and a Cockatiel that found a permanent home after coming in as a stray at her previous clinic.

Rebecca's tip for pet owners:

"If you don’t have pet insurance, creating an emergency fund for your pet can help ease those unfortunate times when surprise injuries or illnesses strike."

Brooke Strangwick

Certificate 4 Veterinary Nursing

Ingrid Verheyden

Certificate 4 Veterinary Nursing

Briana Bogdanovic

Bachelor of Veterinary Nursing

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