Guy Yates BVSc (Hons) MVS FACVSc (SA Surgery) — Specialist Surgeon
Guy is a Melbourne-based specialist small animal surgeon and consultant surgeon at the University of Melbourne. He is a Fellow of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists who maintains active interests in both soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery. Guy has conducted clinical research in soft tissue reconstructive and minimally invasive surgery, and has current international orthopaedic collaborations. He is strongly focused on optimising veterinary surgical practices and outcomes through the application of available evidence and a structured approach to continuing education. Dr Yates will be holding weekly consultations and surgery at both Tasmanian Animal Hospitals (Bellerive) and North Hobart Veterinary Hospital, beginning 13th February 2020. For any inquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org
BVSc (hons), MANZCVS, FANZCVS – Specialist Veterinary Ophthalmologist — VETERINARY OPHTHALMOLOGIST (Eye Doctor)
Dr Andrew Turner travels to Hobart every 6 weeks to offer animals his specialist service in the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases and injuries.
Andrew also performs examinations for the Australian Canine Eye Scheme(ACES)- checking breeding dogs and puppies for a range of congenital and inherited eye conditions.
Andrew is a founding partner in:www.allanimaleyes.com
All Animal Eye Services
5 Andrew Street
Mt Waverly 3149.
Dr David Robson – BVSc (Hons), MACVSc (Canine Medicine), FACVSc (Dermatology) — VETERINARY DERMATOLOGIST (Skin Doctor)
Dr David Robson travels to Hobart every month to conduct dermatology consultations.
David also performs skin allergen testing and blood testing for skin allergies. Using these results David is able to arrange an allergy desensitisation program for your pet.
David is based at the:www.melbvet.com.au
Melbourne Veterinary Specialist Centre
70 Blackburn Road
Glen Waverley 3150.
Dr Geoff Nicolson – BVSc (Hons I) MVETSTUD Dipl. ECVIM-CA (Cardiology) — VETERINARY CARDIOLOGIST (Heart Doctor)
Dr Geoff Nicolson completed his undergraduate veterinary training at the University of Queensland. In 2012 Geoff completed a 1-year rotating internship at the University of Queensland Veterinary Teaching Hospital followed by a 3-year ECVIM approved cardiology residency training program at the University of Sydney Veterinary Teaching Hospital under the supervision of European-boarded cardiology specialist Dr Niek Beijerink.
Early in 2017 Geoff successfully completed the examination to obtain Diplomate status in the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine – Companion Animals, in the subspecialty of Cardiology. Geoff then spent 12 months working for Dr Richard Woolley in Melbourne before deciding to begin his own cardiology referral business. Geoff now operates as a mobile cardiologist seeing cases in multiple clinics and cities throughout Australia. When not working Geoff enjoys running, hiking and sampling the local wine and cuisine.
Dr Sam Long BVSc, MVM, PhD, DipECVN — European Specialist in Veterinary Neurology
Sam Long is a European Specialist in Veterinary Neurology practicing at the Centre for Animal Referral and Emergency, in Collingwood, Melbourne. Sam entered private practice after spending 8 years establishing a neurology section at the University of Melbourne’s veterinary teaching hospital, a section which had grown to employ two neurologists and three residents when he finally left academia in 2017.
Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia, an academic position he held for 3 years following 7 years in Glasgow, Scotland, during which he completed a residency in veterinary neurology before fulfilling a PhD in canine cancer acitivity. His research interests include spinal cord trauma, degenerative myelopathy, epilepsy and canine brain tumours. He is currently running a clinical trial investigating a novel anticonvulsant and a trial exploring combined PET-MRI scanning for the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumours in dogs.