Dr John Hampson, Owner & Lead Veterinarian
John graduated from Vet School in 2011 from Charles Sturt University. He has always had an interest and passion for animals as he grew up on a small property in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales. It is here that he started dealing with and learning about dogs, cats, chickens, horses and cows.
Since then, he has worked in three veterinary clinics throughout Northern New South Wales and South East Queensland. They consisted of small and some large animal work.
After 9 years in practice he decided it was time to go a separate direction and had the vision and desire to set up a privately owned veterinary clinic. He has a strong interest in small animal surgery and large animal medicine.
John has 6 Arabian horses, several brangus cross cows, chickens and a very spoilt kelpie called Gemma.
Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing )
Madeline Walker, Veterinary Nurse
Madeline completed her Certificate lV in Veterinary Nursing at Brisbane North Institute of TAFE in 2013. She started her traineeship in 2010 giving her a wonderful 11 years of experience.
She has a special interest in wildlife, surgical nursing and providing the best standard of care possible for your much loved pets.
Madeline has two feline sisters from the same litter named Kitty and Pippen that are now 9 years old.
Megan McKinley, Veterinary Nurse
Megan started veterinary nursing in 2011 and has always had a passion for caring for animals.
She has a special interest in surgical nursing.
Megan has a 11 year old cat named Hudson and a 10 year old dog named Java.
Out of work Megan loves running, soccer and hanging out with the family.
Veterinary Nurse (Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing)
Emily Atkinson, Veterinary Nurse
Emily completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2019. Emily has a special interest in animal behaviour and has always had a passion for working with animals- big and small. Emily has has a 13 year old rescue thoroughbred horse named Freddie and a bull arab X named Echo who she adopted as a puppy from the Dogfather Rescue. As a young nurse Emily hopes to further her skills in surgical nursing and critical care.