Peter Davis

Veterinarian & Practice Owner (BVSc)

Dr Peter Davis is a Sydney University graduate with over 20 years of veterinary experience. After graduating in 1993, Peter worked for a short time in Kiama before heading over to the UK to work in mixed practice for 2 years. Upon returning, Peter rejoined the Kiama Vet Hospital team and has been here ever since. Peter works at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, providing veterinary services to cattle, sheep, goats, and alpacas. He enjoys all aspects of veterinary service, with a passion for bovine obstetrics and small animal surgery. In his spare time, Peter enjoys fishing and playing rugby with his boys, Sam and James. 


Mark Booth

Veterinarian & Practice Owner (BVSc (Hons1))

Dr Mark graduated from the University of Sydney in 1999 with first class honours. He began working in mixed dairy practice in Tallangatta, Victoria, for 2 years and then spent 4 years working in the United Kingdom, working in mixed practices mainly servicing cattle, horses and small animals.

He worked for 8 years in mixed practice in Wagga Wagga and for many years was aligned with the Charles Sturt University (CSU) small animal teaching hospital. This allowed him to enhance his small animal medicine, surgery and diagnostics skills, working with University  specialist vets and teaching vet students.

Mark’s has been at Kiama Veterinary hospital since 2014. His particular interests are in cattle medicine and surgery, mastitis and herd health along with a passion for small animal medicine. He is accredited with the Australian Cattle Vets pregnancy testing scheme and with Animal Health Australia to manage cattle, sheep, goat and alpaca Johnes Market Assurance programs.

Mark is a keen outdoors person who is regularly hiking, bike riding and 4WDing with his wife and kids and is looking forward to his new coastal life in the beautiful Illawarra.


Caitlin Marscham

Veterinarian (BVB/ DVM)

Caitlin graduated from the University of Sydney in 2019. With a strong interest in Equine practice, she worked as an ambulatory equine vet in the Illawarra region before making the move into mixed practice. After working solely with horses, Caitlin missed the small animals and cattle work and has joined the team at Kiama in early 2021. 

During her studies, Caitlin developed a keen interest in equine reproduction and lameness as well as small animal internal medicine. 

On the weekends she is often kept busy running on the beach, agility training with her Aussie Shepherd, “Angie”, adding to her record collection or enjoying a horse ride with friends. 


Ros Moss

Veterinarian (BVSc)

Roslyn graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science with honors, from Sydney University in 1996. She worked for a short period in Camden before moving to the beautiful Illawarra region in October, 1997 when she joined the team at Kiama Veterinary Hospital. Practicing full time for 4 years before starting a family in 2001, she continued to work in the clinic part time up until 2014. Between that time and early in 2020, she worked intermittently at other clinics in the region. Roslyn has also previously juggled her clinical commitments with teaching vet nursing at Yallah TAFE.

Roslyn enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine and surgery and loves to form a connection with her clients as well as their much-loved pets.

She continues to challenge herself professionally and has undertaken additional training in small animal surgery and more recently, thoracic radiology.

In her free time, Roslyn enjoys spending time with her family camping, walking, cycling and fishing. She also loves hanging out with her two Devon Rex cats, Jasper and Eva.

 

Ros is currently working Monday , Tuesday and Wednesday in the practice. She has worked at Kiama Veterinary Hospital on and off since starting in the practice in 1998.

Ros is particularly interested in Small animal surgery and radiology. 


Amanda Brett

Veterinarian (BVSc)

Amanda has been a local in Kiama for many many years and has more recently started working at Kiama Veterinary Hospital in 2020. Amanda has extensive interest and experience in all small fury animals including rabbits, ferrets, lizard, snakes and birds.


Dani Hoolahan

Specialist Veterinarian (BVSc, BVMS, Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology)

Dr Dani is a visiting Specialist dermatologist, who works out of our practice every 6 weeks, please ring 1800 832 838 to make an appointment.

Dr Dani graduated from Murdoch University in 2007 with honours.and after working in private practice for some time, started a dermatology residency at the University of California, Davis.  She completed her residency in 2013 and became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology the same year. She has worked in busy dermatology referral practice since 2014 and is the founder of the Veterinary Dermatology Clinic consulting along the East Coast of Australia. In addition to clinical practice, Dani has also worked with Zoetis as the Associate Director for Veterinary Operations and Diagnostics. Dani continues to regularly consult for Zoetis in Australia. Dani is also the Chief Veterinary Officer for PetSure Australia. 

 Dani is a proud Pet Parent to Spike, Daisy and Oliver (a trio of Labradors) , Ghost (a Lykoi kitten) and Hobbes (a domestic shorthair cat).


Jessica Howard

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing)

Jessica joined our team of nurses in 2018. Jessica has a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and many years experience. Jessica has worked at the Paddington Cat hospital and has 4 rescue cats at home. When not at work she likes to cook, go shopping for clothes she doesn't need and spend time with her partner Chris.


Fiona Stott

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing)

Fiona is a Kiama local, born and bred, and has been with Kiama Vet Hospital since 2010. Fiona began working with the team at Kiama Vet while studying, and has completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Fiona is one of our very talented Puppy School trainers. 


Jennifer Fowler

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing)

Jen started vet nursing with Kiama Vet Hospital in March 2007. With a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and a Certificate IV in training and assessment, Jen is also a valuable asset to the Illawarra TAFE where she is teaches animal studies to keen TAFE students. Jen runs Puppy School at Kiama Vet Hospital, and is passionate about canine training and socialisation. Jen spends her spare time caring for a small colony of rescued dingoes. 


Lucy Abrahams

Veterinary Technician (BVTec)

Lucy graduated from Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga in 2020 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Technology, after becoming a Veterinary Nurse in 2019. She grew up on a small farm in the Hunter Valley with all types of animals. Lucy just moved to the South Coast area from Wagga Wagga and loves going to the beach and finding new places to explore. She can usually be found with a cup of tea, always trying out new flavours. 


Lily Medway

Veterinary Nurse

Lily is a veterinary nurse from the UK. She completed her Diploma with MYF college and achieved her nurse registration with the Royal Veterinary College of London in 2017. She has experience working within specialist referral hospitals and mixed practice and joined the Kiama vet team in August 2020.

Lily completed a post-graduate qualification to specialise in the veterinary nursing of zoological species and wildlife and continues to further her studies.

On her days off she is a very keen surfer and enjoys hikes, skating and anything active and outdoors! 


Tanya Mikosic

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing)

Tanya has completed her Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing at TAFE Yallah Campus and has been a member of the nursing team here at Kiama Veterinary Hospital since 2012.
Tanya enjoys snowboarding and travelling with her Husband and 2 children and is also kept busy with 1 very lazy Aussie Bulldog 'Jax', an energetic English Staffy 'India', a Frenchie by the name of 'Frankie-moe' and two cheeky cats.
​Tanya is currently on maternity leave as she welcomes her newest little bundle of joy and will return in 2019 some time.


Popcorn (Poppy, Pops, Popstar, Poptart)

Clinic Cat (Professional Sticky Beak)

Popcorn is our clinic resident, mascot, and all-round naughty boy! He currently enjoys lazing around the clinic in the sun, tricking the nurses into thinking he hasn't been fed and occasionally strolling out to the waiting room to say hello. 
Popcorn was brought to us as a stray kitten and we couldn't resist his cheeky and playful personality. 
​His adventures have included escaping the clinic and taking himself inside the Kiama Library (to borrow some books) and inside the RMS building to say hello to all the people waiting in line.
Jen our preschool trainer has been working hard on improving his manners and teaching him some cool tricks for treats :) 
​We had to say goodbye to our beloved clinic cat Smokey In August 2015. He is sadly missed and forever in our hearts.   Smokey had a long and happy life here at the practice for 18 years.


  
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