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Inner South Veterinary Centre
47 Jerrabomberra Ave
ACT 2604

1800 785 330
  • Debbie Scotland
    Receptionist - Head Receptionist

    I joined Inner South Veterinary Centre in February 2016 as part of the Reception Team. I have over 5 years Veterinary Reception experience and really enjoy being a part of the “face” of the practice. I love seeing the happy pets in the waiting room and spoiling them with cuddles and treats. I am enjoying learning all about the exotic animals that come through our door as well as the large array of wildlife. At home I have an English Cocker Spaniel, Rusty who fills my day with love and smiles. I also have a cat Zoe who loves to bring us rats and mice through the doggie door! My daughter is training to be a veterinary nurse!

  • Jen Windley
    Office Manager

    I started working for Inner South Veterinary Centre in 2011 after a background in technical related roles. It's a refreshing career change, and I love that my role is varied and every day is different. We are a close-knit bunch, and I am constantly in awe of how hard-working and dedicated the vets, vet nurses and receptionists are at ISVC. I love working with people, and hearing stories about their pets and how happy they make them. 

    I love all animals, but have a special interest in all things feline. I am the proud owner of two beautiful ragdoll cats; Beau and Toby, and two gorgeous black cats; Hope and Henna.

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  • Hannah Goode
    Veterinary Nurse

    I joined the Inner South team in April 2015 after moving from Sydney to Canberra. I have over 11 years of veterinary nursing experience and completed my certificate IV in 2005. I spent the last 4 years working in a specialist hospital in Sydney, where I discovered a passion for veterinary oncology. While I love working with cats and dogs, I look forward to learning more about the exotics, particularly birds.

    At home I am kept entertained by Brigit the crazy calico cat, Ariel the golden albino axolotl, Mushu the siamese fighting fish, and a tank full of neon tetras. In Sydney I have a large people family as well as Salome the labrador x great dane, cats Yuki, Arthur, Mo and Stan, and chickens Frankie and Grace.

  • Lainey Kemp
    Veterinary Nurse

    Lainey came to Inner South Veterinary Centre in September 2014 after working in a smaller Canberra vet practice. Lainey graduated from her Cert IV in Vet Nursing in 2014 and hopes to further her studies in the future by completing a Diploma in Surgical Nursing. Lainey has a Cert III in Dog behaviour and Training.

    At home, Lainey has 3 dogs Bella, Bria and Gee, a thoroughbred gelding named Tommy and 3 pythons Kingston, Louis and Gizmo.

  • Tim Pye
    Veterinary Nurse - Trainee

    I started working in the Comfort Cattery at Inner South Veterinary Centre in 2010, as I have always been interested in animals. During this time I have enjoyed looking after cats, rabbits, ferrets, rats and birds. This encouraged a desire to learn more about animals, and become more involved in their health and wellbeing, leading me to pursue my Certificate IV in veterinary nursing.

    I enjoy looking after our patients and learning ways in which we can help them and their owners enjoy happy and healthy lives together.

  • Bronnie McGill
    Veterinary Nurse - Trainee

    I have always had a passion for animals and have wanted to work with them since I was little, however as I got older I was torn between working with kids and animals. After nannying for 6 years, and studying primary teaching for one year, I finally decided to pursue my dream in 2015, enrolling in my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and beginning my work placement at Inner South Vets. I have been working as a kennel hand and trainee vet nurse since the beginning of 2016 and I absolutely love it, I am looking forward to finishing my studies and becoming fully qualified Veterinary Nurse in 2017!

  • Jemma Flint
    Veterinary Nurse

    I joined the Inner South team in July 2016 originally as a Kennel Hand. I completed my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at the end of 2016, achieving my life-long dream of becoming a Vet Nurse. I am looking forward to broadening my horizons and experiences. I have always had a love for animals, especially growing up with a farm full of them! At home I am kept busy looking after my two Kelpie’s; Beau and Bessie, three cats; Lara, Mia and Monica, and two horses; JJ and Sophie.

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  • Sylvia Larsson
    Veterinary Nurse

    I joined the ISVC team in April 2016 after working in a rescue shelter predominately with native wildlife since 2012. I completed my certificate IV in Small Animal and Wildlife Veterinary Nursing in 2015. I then continued to study my certificate in Captive Animal at the Taronga Western Plains Zoo to expand my knowledge with exotics. I adore the weird, wonderful and wacky, happy to cater for all sorts of bizarre patients we may see.

    I am kept very busy at home with my own little menagerie including birds, snakes, lizards and plenty of frogs! I love the enthusiastic team at the Inner South Veterinary Centre and enjoy not only cats and dogs but also the fluffy, feathery, slimy and slithery patients we see.


  • Sarah Graham
    Veterinary Nurse - Trainee

    I started working in the Comfort Cattery at ISVC in 2013 as an after school job as a kennel hand. This then inspired me to pursue a career in Veterinary Nursing. I am currently undergoing a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at CIT.  I look forward to qualifying in mid-2018 and starting my career nursing animals.

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  • Lisa Bartlett

    I joined the team in February 2015, coming from 12 years vet nursing in Tasmania. In 2009 I ventured to The United States to undertake an internship at Big Cat Rescue, working to provide husbandry, enrichment and nutrition to rescued big cat breeds. I completed my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2011 and am looking at further studies.

    At home we have a ginger cat named Rodger who rules the street with love; people call his name to receive their daily pat and cuddles. His offsider is a chocolate Chihuahua named Leeroy who despite his shortcomings puts up a fierce front.

  • Lizzie Egli

    Lizzie joined the ISVC Reception Team in August 2017, bringing experience not only as a receptionist, but also as a Veterinary Nurse. Lizzie loves animals of all sizes, especially dogs and livestock. At home, Lizzie is the proud owner of 2 chickens, 2 Labradors called Daisy and Dora, and a ferret called Ziggy. On Lizzie’s days off you'll find her on her partners’ farm hunting pests with help from Ziggy, mustering sheep, or at rodeos with her mates. Lizzie can't wait to further her career in the animal industry.

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