Monash Veterinary Clinic

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Monday - Friday: 8.30am - 7pm

Saturday: 8.30am - 1pm

Sunday: Closed

Please note, we are closed from Sunday 24th December, we will reopen on Wednesday 27th December at 8:30am.

Support Staff


HR & Operations Manager
Kim joined the team at Monash early in 2022 and finds the role of a veterinary HR & Operations Manager to be an exciting and rewarding one, combining both business acumen and working with animals. 

The variety provided by the profession and the fact that it involves making a real difference to the lives of animals and their owners is something truly special.

With a lifelong passion for animals, including a full house at home with her dog Ruby, and 2 cats Cosmo & Kiki it leaves just enough time to get to a game on the weekend to watch her beloved Magpies.

Next time you are in the clinic please look out for Kim, she will be more than happy to look after you.

Hannah (RVN)

Nurse Manager

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

Hannah has been nursing for over 12 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 a passionate Great Dane & Horse lover and although Hannah doesn’t currently have a horse she is hoping to get out and competing again in the future.

Lincoln & Sinatra the Great Danes keep her very busy, and Jordy the Cocker Spaniel 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 and musical’ passions.


Nurse Manager

Grace started her nursing career at the age of 17 at a mixed practice clinic in West Gippsland. She then moved to Far North QLD for a change of scenery and continued nursing until the humidity got the best of her and she moved back down south to Melbourne. 

Grace has been a part of the Monash team since 2019 and has progressed into the role of Nurse Manager.

Grace is a passionate and caring nurse and has a gorgeous Cavalier King Charles named “Tilly” who is never far from her side. 


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.  


Reproduction Technician & Veterinary Nurse

Dona worked as a Certified Veterinary Technician in America for several years after earning her Associate Degree of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology and passing the Veterinary Technician National Examination.

She moved to Australia in 2017 with her two young boys and rescue dog, Bobo (an AmStaff mix). After working as a vet nurse in Australia for some time, she felt her passion for applying technical skills was not being met. She obtained her Cert IV in Laboratory Techniques, hoping to find a job more suited to her interests and skill set.

Dona has found Monash Vet to be a perfect fit. She loves being a part of the reproduction team and being able to utilize her current knowledge and skills, whilst continuing to learn about new advances and techniques in small animal reproduction.

Dona enjoys the little things- spending time at home with her family, cooking, and the occasional weekend getaway. Her fur family includes Bobo, RJ (a Staffy mix), and Stache (a rescue kitty).


Veterinary Nurse

Yasmin has been part of the Monash Team since 2021.  She first started vet nursing in 2018 and completed her qualification in 2020.

Yasmin has a keen interest in emergency medicine and surgery. In Yasmin's spare time she enjoys travelling, reading books and hanging out with her three dogs Leah, Seth and Diego. 

Yasmin also has a special love for German Shepherds and according to Head Nurse Hannah "has a bad habit of collecting them! " 


Veterinary Nurse

Jenni joined Monash vet clinic in 2020. She has always had a love for animals and after working in corporate for years changed direction and started working in animal welfare in 2002. 

She then moved to a small animal veterinary clinic and studied her Cert 4 in nursing, attaining this in 2015. Jenni joined Monash to further her knowledge on surgery, breeding and reproduction of companion animals.

Jenni and her husband have 4 border collies and spend most of their spare time training and competing in agility.


Veterinary Nurse

Lisa has a Bachelor of Biological Sciences, majoring in zoology, from La Trobe University. 

After beginning nursing in 2017 Lisa has gained experience in both general practice and emergency, before joining the Monash Vet family in 2021. She has a special interest in internal medicine. 

Lisa shares her home with her partner Luke, their dog Keelie, and their two cats Belphie and Levi. 

In her spare time Lisa enjoys going on fishing trips, cooking up a storm in the kitchen, getting out in nature, and travelling. 


Trainee Veterinary Nurse

Tilly is one of our trainee nurses that has recently joined the clinic in 2022. She is currently on a pathway to competing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Tilly enjoys being a vet nurse as it is a very rewarding job getting to see sick animals nursed back to good health.

Tilly grew up on a farm in country NSW where she found her passion for animal health and welfare from a young age. One of her favourite memories from living on a farm is getting to feed and look after sick poddy calves who couldn’t look after themselves. One day Tilly hopes to move back to the country and get more experience working with and caring for livestock.

At home, Tilly has two Domestic Short Hair cats named Greg and Nigel, as well her Border Collie puppy named Willow.

When Tilly is not at work, you might find her behind a sewing machine, getting groovy to ABBA or swimming laps at the pool.


Veterinary Nurse

Emily started off her career in the animal industry whilst completing her certificate III in animal studies in  2017.  She worked for over 4 years as a kennel hand and handling all types of cats and dogs, big and small. During 2021 Emily moved on to completing  her certificate  IV in vet nursing at Box Hill institute and has worked in multiple small animal practices in the hills along the way.

Emily's favourite part of being a vet nurse is making sure her patients are as comfortable and stress free when recovery from surgery and procedures in the clinic as well as treating them as if they are her own. She also loves communicating with clients and is always happy to anser any questions they have or even just to have a laugh.  

Emily recently got married in January 2022 to her partner and they live at home with her two beautiful  dogs Roxy and Missy who love to laze around and cuddle.  When not at home she enjoys helping her husband with his business  down at the marina, having fun with friends or catching up with her family.


Veterinary Nurse

Sarah has been in clinic since 2015 and completed her veterinary nursing certificate in 2018. She has only recently joined the Monash Vet team in 2022, and is looking forward to continuing to grow and learn along side such a supportive team! 

Sarah has always had a love for animals growing up, from rescuing snails in the rain when she was young to now being a temporary baby possum mum for orphaned wildlife. She currently has a little 13yr old Maltese x shih Tzu called Alice who you will catch with the occasional side tongue.  

Outside of the clinic you will find Sarah in the gym, eating doughnuts or all things cars, as she grew up with a rev headed uncle who would race on the track every weekend with the family. 


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!