Emma Moss

Emma is our Head Nurse. She has over 10 years experience nursing in the UK and overseas and has worked as a locum nurse at WCVH in 2014 before becoming a permanent member of staff in March 2015.

Her training and studies were completed in the UK and she has worked in several Small Animal Practices as well as a Specialist Hospital before deciding to see something of the world and working as a locum nurse in South Africa and Australia.

Emma’s skills and experience are an excellent addition to our nursing team and her baking skills are equally welcome by all staff members!



Samantha Hincksman

Sam is around most days of the week, doing both nursing and reception. Sam has a certificate III in animal technology as well as a Certificate IV in veterinary Nursing, she has been in the industry for over 7 years. Her special interest is in exotic animals and wildlife, she has done further studies in wildlife rehabilitation and rescue, reptiles and exotics and emergency medicine. She also looks after the work experience program & manages the cattery at the clinic.

Sam has a very interesting animal family including three beautiful cats, Bowie & Brixton, and a friendly diamond python named Dartanian.



Ebony Cheshire

Ebony is the newest addition to our nursing team! She completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2014. Ebony has a big heart for all animals but particularly loves birds, and has 5 of her own! Ebony’s dream is to be an avian vet or work in a zoo!

Ebony has an array of animals – cockatoos, a cockatiel, two very naughty Blue Indian Ring Necks, and two guinea pigs – Snickers & Crunchy!

Her favourite saying is “Sure Thing Chicken Wing!”



Amy Hill

Amy joined the team in May 2014. She has completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and has recently moved into the area after working in Sydney for the last 2 years.






Annette Lawson

Annette joined the team in April 2015 and we welcome her skills and experience on to the team.






Paula Bosch

Paula decided on a career in Veterinary nursing later in life, when she was free to devote the time and energy to the career she had always wanted. She is currently (2017) studying for her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and has had a couple of years of experience in nursing. As well as this she has had a life time of experience in caring for her own as well as foster pets. Her current pets include 2 dogs, 2 cats and a bearded dragon.



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