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Meet Our Team

  

Dr Tiffany Green (Director)

Veterinarian (BVSC (N9237))

Tiffany has always been a country girl at heart, being exposed to the country way of life despite growing up in Northmead in Sydney. She completed her Bachelor of Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney in 2010 and then moved to Oberon where all her dreams have come true (getting a dog or two, finding her partner Brett, buying a nice little house, living on a farm and purchasing a clinic).

She worked at the Oberon Veterinary Clinic for 5 years prior to purchasing it with Bronwyn in 2015. Tiffany adopted a Kelpie X JRT called Moby, a domestic shorthair named Esmay. 

Tiffany has her masters in veterinary neurology and is Ovine Brucellosis and Johnes accredited. Tiffany loves the challenges that mixed practice brings - with varied cases and animals being treated daily, she remains calm in all situations. Her passions include animal behaviour, rehousing strays and sharing her knowledge with those around her.


Bronwyn De Losa (Director)

Practice Owner (TAE, Bas Agent, Author)

Bronwyn joined forces with Tiffany in mid 2015 when they purchased and renovated the Oberon Veterinary & Animal Centre. They soon after opened a second clinic in Little Hartley to offer the same professional and down to earth service that the Oberon community has welcomed for many years.

Bronwyn has managed numerous businesses and is also a Finance teacher and a registered RTO. She is the author of an accounting software textbook which is used by teaching colleges across Australia. Bronwyn lives in Little Hartley with her husband Jamie and four children on a 110 acre property and runs beef cattle and horses. She also owns 2 british bulldogs that are convinced they are human.


Helen Law

Veterinarian (BVSc (N10950))

Helen joined the Oberon and Hartley team in 2017 as a new graduate after completing her degree with the University of Sydney in 2016. Originally from the South Coast, Helen has settled into the Oberon lifestyle, though she doubts she will ever go through an Oberon winter without complaining!

Within a month of joining our team, Helen adopted a cattle dog cross pup named Lester. He is the best thing on four legs and will often accompany her on call outs throughout the week and on weekends. Lester joins the team for lunch pats regularly. 

Helen is interested in all aspects of veterinary medicine, particularly large animal work and medical cases. She is keen on improving her skills in diagnostic imaging, particularly ultrasound.


John Alexander

Veterinarian (BVSc)

John has been part of the Hartley team since mid 2016. He works part time (Mondays and Wednesdays) at our Hartley Clinic. John has over 40 years experience as a vet, with a significant amount of his career owning and running his own practice in Lawson. After selling his practice, John relocated to Hartley with his wife Heather. We are very lucky to have John in our team, he is a wealth of knowledge!


Monique Atkins

Veterinarian (BVSc (N11282))

Monique joined the Oberon and Hartley Practices in early 2018 as a new graduate from Sydney University. 

She adores all things tiny, as shown by her collection of small pets with massive personalities! She owns a Chihuahua named Sox that has a passion for nibbling toes and a Connemara pony named Fanta.

Hailing from Western Sydney, Monique is loving her new country lifestyle - particularly riding her horse before work! She is keen on all things horses and has developed a special interest in small animal behaviour and anaesthetics. 


Bianca Clark

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV)

Bianca grew up in Blackheath and has lived in Little Hartley for the past 7 years along with her husband, two children and her family of pets which include a Cattle dog, a cat and numerous ducks. Her previous experience includes Vet Nursing for 11 years in the local area, and after a few years off she is now looking forward to her return. She intends to further her studies and work closely with our nurses in training to ensure we can offer our clients and their pets the best possible care.


Mikayla De Losa

Veterinary Nurse (Currently undertaking her Certificate IV )

Mikayla lives in Hartley Vale with her partner and extended fur family which consists of her two beloved horses, four cute Cavaliers, and a Bullmastiff.

Mikayla has always had a desire to work in the veterinary industry, and has begun her studies to make this a reality.  Mikayla's interests are caring for animals of all shapes and sizes with a particular interest in horses and wildlife. She can be found at both Oberon and Hartley Clinics and will be more than happy to assist you with all your animal needs.


Samantha Robinson

Receptionist

Sam is not just a receptionist. She is the clinic mother hen. You will find her manning the front desk and pottering around the clinic keeping all the vets and nurses in line on most week days. She has a lifetime worth of knowledge regarding Oberon’s places and faces.

Previously to joining us 7 years ago, Sam ran successful retail store in town. She had always dreamt of working at the vet but it took half a lifetime for this dream to become reality.

Sam lives on a property with her husband, Paul and her two children Ella and Tom. She has a heart of gold and will adopt almost any orphan animal she sets her eyes on including countless poddy calves, lambs, goats, rabbits and a magpie.


Alisa Meredith

Senior Surgical Nurse (Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing)

Alisa was welcomed into our team in early 2017. Born and bred in Oberon, Alisa is a qualified vet nurse and our head nurse at the Oberon Clinic. She keeps all the vets in line and sets a standard for high quality veterinary care.

She lives on a property just outside of Oberon with her husband, Luke and two children. Alisa is passionate about horses and competes regularly in the local circuit. Alisa has a special interest in anaesthesia and is always looking to further her education and improve her skills.


Maddie Graham

Veterinary Nurse

Maddie started working with us in late 2017. Originally from Bathurst, Maddie has recently moved to Oberon. She has welcomed a new furbaby into her home since starting here, one of our adoption kittens, a little tabby named Boots. Boots may be seen walking in a harness around the streets of Oberon. Maddie has an abundance of qualifications including certificates in grooming, agriculture, outdoor lifestyle and recreation, her black belt in martial arts and a gun license. Maddie's love of animals likely stems from her parent's passion for rescuing beagles with the current total being 14!


Katie Schwab

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing)

Katie started working at the Oberon & Hartley Vet Centres in early 2018, though she has settled in very quickly! Before starting her nursing career, she completed 6 years of Psychology at CSU in Bathurst. However, she decided that she would like to spend her time doing what she loves, working with animals! Katie is a chronic animal rescuer, she has acquired two dogs, Sophie and Henry, and two cats, Mittmoo and Mookie. 

Katie enjoys travelling and has been throughout Europe, NZ, Australia and the Pacific Islands. She hopes to explore Africa, Canada and South America in the upcoming years, hopefully doing some volunteer work during her travels.


Amanda Anderson

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV Veterinary Nurse)

Amanda joined our team in early 2017. Previously to joining us, she has had over 5 years nursing experience in Goulburn. She has also worked as a rousabout and a cook for the shearers (making up to 5 meals a day!)

Amanda grew up on a farm in Taralga, not too far from Oberon. She has recently moved up to Oberon with her husband, Jason.  They have a menagerie of animals at home to keep them busy; 7 dogs, 2 birds, 1 cat, a horse and 22 chickens.

Amanda spends her time outside of the clinic working on the farm, cooking baked goods for our team and enjoying a spot of gardening. Amanda is passionate about re-homing kittens and making the clinic as productive as possible.


Bec Guy

Groomer

Bec is our talented, resident groomer. She splits her time between Oberon and Hartley. If you would like your animal groomed please contact either clinic to find out which day Bec is available for grooming!


  
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