Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Board Certified in Medicine
After graduating from The University of Sydney in 2007 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Hons), Amy worked for the RSPCA NSW for many years before enjoying travelling abroad and locuming in the UK. Upon return to Sydney Amy achieved membership to the Small Animal Medicine chapter of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Science and continued her employment as Senior Veterinarian for the RSPCA NSW. During this time Amy also completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Veterinary Studies Small Animal Practice through Murdoch University, Perth.
Amy completed the Practitioner in Residence program at The University of Sydney in Small Animal Medicine, before moving to Melbourne to commence her residency training program in small animal internal medicine at The University of Melbourne. During her residency program Amy completed a Master of Veterinary Studies at The University of Melbourne. Amy undertook additional externship training at Purdue University in Nephrology/Urology; University of California, Davis in Cardiology and Neurology and at the Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center (surgical, medical, and radiation oncology). Amy successfully gained board certification with the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and is a registered specialist in small animal internal medicine.
Interestingly, Amy also holds a Bachelor of Social Work (Hons) from The University of Sydney. Amy continues to volunteer for charity veterinary organisation in her spare time and has a passionate commitment to animal welfare. She strives to offer her patients high quality care and to practice evidence based medicine. Her professional interests include minimally invasive interventional endoscopy (diagnostics and therapeutics), urinary tract disease, feline medicine, gastroenterology and oncology.
Amy loves travelling, the outdoors and spending time with her rescue pets and family.