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Echuca Veterinary Clinic
332 High Street
Echuca
Victoria 3564

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Phone:
03 5482 3202

Deniliquin Veterinary Clinic
389 Poictiers Street
Deniliquin
NSW 2710

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Phone:
03 5881 5488

Moama Veterinary Clinic
61 Meninya Street
Moama
Vic 2731

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Phone:
03 5480 6071

Finley Veterinary Clinic
57 Warmatta St
Finley
NSW 2713

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Phone:
03 5883 3833
  • Dr. Roger Carmody BVSc
    Veterinarian/ SRV partner

    roger@sr-vets.com.au

    Roger is the Principal Veterinarian at Echuca-Moama Veterinary Clinics as well as a partner in Southern Riverina Vets. He graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1985. While Roger enjoys small animal medicine and orthopaedic surgery, his special interests are in production animal medicine and surgery, and artificial breeding in sheep,goats and dogs with Riverina Genetics.

    Roger strives to provide a happy, safe and supportive learning environment for all staff at the clinic so that the veterinarians and nurses can offer a quality veterinary service to regional Victoria and New South Wales.

    Memberships/Accreditations:

    • Australian Veterinary Association
    • Accreditation Program for Australian Veterinarians (APAV )and Ovine Johnes Disease accredited
    • Bovine Johnes Market Assurance Program accredited
    • NSW & VIC Ovine Brucellosis Program accredited
    • Australian Equine Stud Book accredited. 
    • AAvet for Livestock Export
    • AQIS appointed supervisor for production of Ovine & Caprine Semen & Embryos for Export
    • International Embryo Transfer Society (IETS) 

     

     

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  • Dr. John Hill BVSc
    Associate Veterinarian

    echucamoamavets@sr-vets.com.au

    John graduated from Melbourne University in 1978 and commenced practice in Cobram, followed by a short period in the Melbourne suburb of Greensborough. The country beckoned and he took up an appointment with the Department of Agriculture, stationed in Echuca as a District Veterinarian.

    After 7 years with the Department, John returned to private practice at the Echuca Veterinary Clinic in 1989. John is well known by clients having cared for their animals as a member of the Echuca Clinic for many years. Special  interests include small animal medicine & surgery, large animal medicine & advisory work.

    Memberships/ Accreditations:

    • Australian Veterinary Association
    • Accreditation Program for Australian Veterinarians (APAV)
    • NSW & VIC Ovine Brucellosis Program accredited
    • Australian Equine Stud Book accredited. 
    • ACR accredited
    • AQIS (Large Animal) accredited
    • AVA - Cattle NCPD accredited
    • JAMAP accredited
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  • Dr. Mark Wheatley BVMS
    Associate Veterinarian

    echucamoamavets@sr-vets.com.au

    Mark commenced work at Echuca Veterinary Clinic in 2005 and then Moama Veterinary Clinic after graduating from Murdoch University, Perth in 2004. Prior to his veterinary career he spent some years in the agriculture industry and completed an Advanced Diploma in Farm Management at Marcus Oldham College, Geelong.

    Mark's interests inside work include all aspects of companion animal medicine and surgery, with particular interests in dermatology. He is also a member of the Sydney University for Continuing Veterinary Education where he keeps up to date with the latest in veterinary diagnostics and treatments. Good customer service and communication is an important part of Mark's job. 

    Outside work he enjoys travel, keeping fit at the gym and cycling, farming, aviation, food and foreign films. Much of Mark's time outside of work these days is spent with his young family. 

    Memberships/Accreditations:

    University of Sydney Continuing Veterinary Education

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  • Dr. Lisa Priest BVSc (Hons)
    Associate Veterinarian

    echucamoamavets@sr-vets.com.au

    Lisa graduated from Melbourne University in 2008, after which she worked at our Finley clinic for 12 months. Here she gained valuable experience in cattle practice, as well as in companion animal medicine and surgery.

    Lisa made the move to Echuca in early 2010, to work in our Echuca-Moama Veterinary Clinics, where she has been able to develop her interest in small animal medicine and surgery. Lisa has completed a postgraduate distance education course in Emergency Medicine, and hopes to complete future courses in Small Animal Medicine.

    Lisa is married and is enjoying motherhood having her first child in March 2014. She loves the lifestyle that Echuca brings, and especially enjoys spending time on the river.

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