Monash Veterinary Clinic

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Saturday: 8.30am - 1pm

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1662 Dandenong Rd
Oakleigh East, VIC 3166

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Veterinary Nurse


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Reproduction Technician & Veterinary Nurse



Nicki has been with Monash Veterinary Clinic since 1985. In that time, she has completed the Veterinary Nursing Course, married, had 2 beautiful daughters, travelled, played a bit of sport, and had a lot of fun. She has also completed many other training courses and marvelled at the progression of the veterinary industry.

At home, Nicki’s family have a gorgeous Labrador Poppy who pretty much runs the house!

Nicki’s favourite memory is resuscitating 34 puppies, delivered by Caesarian by 3 different bitches, in one day. The miracle of life is special everytime.

Nicki really enjoys working at Monash and the family atmosphere that has been created among the team of people she works with. She feels very proud to be part of such a cutting edge but caring practice.




Reproduction Technician & Veterinary Nurse

Aimee completed her Bachelor of Applied Animal Science (Animal Management and Welfare) in 2008 at Unitec in Auckland, New Zealand.  After moving back to her home town, Gisborne, New Zealand she worked as a Veterinary Nurse for two years.  Aimee then continued her nursing career in Veterinary Nursing in England for two years while incorporating travel around the UK, Europe and the Middle East.     

In 2013 Aimee moved to Melbourne to commence work at Monash Veterinary Clinic.  Aimee is our reproduction nurse assisting with breeding management, semen movement and freezing.      

As a child Aimee had always been surrounded by animals, and in her home town she spent a lot of time on the family farm.   She owns two mischievous cats, enjoys CrossFit followed by a good shot of coffee.  


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Bronte joined the Monash team mid 2019, and has a particular passion for surgery. Each day there is always something new to learn, and Bronte enjoys learning the old and the new techniques of the veterinary world. 
Outside of work, Bronte’s house is run by 4 furry friends - 1 dog, Porschia, and 3 cats, Millie, Karma and Golly. Outside of home, a lot of her time is dedicated to caring for her grumpy old horse, Riley. 
Bronte grew up surrounded by all different types of animals, but spent most of her childhood around horses and competing in the equestrian field. 


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Emma has been at Monash Veterinary Clinic for the past 6 years. In this time she has completed her Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing.

Emma has lived on property on the Mornington Peninsula her whole life where she has been lucky enough to collect and love animals of all sorts. Emma has two beautiful Labradors, Charlie & Tilly, a crazy cat called Cleo, some chickens and a cheeky pet lamb named Rocky.

Family is very important to Emma and she is fortunate to have a terrific family at home and at work. She considers herself very lucky to be working in such a great clinic where she is constantly learning new skills every day and working with such talented people.


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Growing up on a dairy farm in Koo Wee Rup is where Hannah’s passion for animals blossomed.

Hannah has been nursing for over 10 years, completing her qualification in 2011. She started out in mixed animal practice before coming to join the Monash family, this is where she wanted to further her career and learn more about surgery and reproduction.

An animal lover at heart, Hannah has enjoyed all aspects of companion and production animal nursing over her career. 

She is passionate for Great Danes and Horses and although Hannah doesn’t currently have a horse she is hoping to get out and competing again in the future.

Lincoln the Great Dane keeps her very busy and Archie the Cat keeps everyone in line at home.

In her spare time Hannah enjoys helping on the family farm, dog showing, performing in musical theatre and being creative with many ‘artistic’ passions.


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Kennel Hand

Hello, my name is Hannah. I am 20 years old and I am doing my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing placement with Monash Vet Clinic. I completed my Certificate III last year and this is my opportunity to get a hands-on experience in a vet clinic and apply my learning. I am very lucky to be able to work with such a professional and experienced team to learn how a vet clinic works and how this career path benefits not only animals, but the people that care about them. Monash Vet Clinic is so diverse in the tasks and procedures that are performed. I started working at Monash recently and I have already learnt so much about the best ways to treat animals and how a thriving clinic operates. I am very excited and privileged to be working with Monash throughout my studies of Veterinary Nursing.