Our team

At the Ovens & Kiewa Veterinary Hospital our local team has years of experience in providing outstanding veterinary care to our Myrtleford community. We love meeting new faces and welcoming our amazing clients into the clinic.

Dr Andrew Colson – Lead Veterinarian (B.V.Sc)

I have always loved animals and knew I wanted to be a vet when I was 5. To me, pets are not just animals – they are members of our family.

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Dr Daniella Levick – Veterinarian

I am passionate about many aspects of veterinary medicine, and am keen to continue to develop my knowledge and skills in a range of areas.

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Dr Meagan Lee (B.V.Sc)

At home I have two cats, Carlos and Chile, who enjoy lots of cuddles, especially in the cooler weather.

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Dr Annette Kelleher – Veterinarian

I graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1984 and spent my first years as a Vet working in Cranbourne and Bundoora. I ventured overseas for a while and worked in England which was fun, after returning to Melbourne I was lucky to be able to move to North Eastern Victoria and have been working in this area for the last 16 years.

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Dr Natasha De Bondi – Veterinarian

Dr Natasha De Bondi is currently on maternity leave. 

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Dr Kate Norman – Veterinarian

I am passionate about all aspects of mixed practice and enjoy the large animal work with all the challenges this provides as well as the small animal surgery and medicine component at our clinic.

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Breanna Carr – New Graduate Veterinarian

Some of you may already know me as the crazy chicken lady! I am extremely
passionate about poultry and have been breeding and showing chickens since 2011. I am eager to help you out with any avian issues you have.

Toulla Crameri – Practice Manager

My transition to OKVH has been great and the team has been wonderful to work alongside.
I still get to keep my hand in nursing while still doing my practice manager duties which is nice and In my spare time I enjoy spending time in my garden, horse riding and also family time, especially camping and being in the outdoors.

Alyssa Allan – Trainee Veterinary Nurse

I have had a passion for animals for as long as I can remember. My passion sparked from being around horses, cattle, sheep and working dogs at a young age. From then on, I found it fascinating how different animal species work.

Taneisha Hall – Vet Nurse

I moved from a clinic in Bacchus marsh in early 2020 and have enjoyed becoming a part of the lovely team here in myrtleford.
I have many years of experience as a nurse and have a special interest in emergency and intense medical cases, as well as cuddling all the little puppies that walk through the door.
I look forward to meeting all of your fur babies soon.

Keeley Brown – Vet Nurse

I have been nursing on-and-off for 7 years, working in a broad range of clinics from rural practices in regional Victoria and NSW to emergency centres in Melbourne and Albury/Wodonga.

Makaila Gilbee – Trainee Vet Nurse

My passion for animals started at a young age due to growing up on a farm. I have a special interest in horses and love all aspects of mix practice.

Sharon McMahon – Vet Nurse
Andrea O’Keefe

Andrea has been working with the Ovens & Kiewa team for many years as a cleaner. She loves cats!

Emily Bright – Trainee Veterinary Nurse

My passion for animals started when I was young, as I have grown up on my family’s beef cattle farm. I have 3 Red heelers (Bear, Bumper and Rocket) and a Border collie x Kelpie (Henry), I also have 3 horses. In my spare time I enjoy playing with my dogs and my horses. My hobbies are horse riding and cattle showing .If you were to talk to me about beef cattle or my show cattle, I would talk your ears off.

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