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Dr Anton Gomez BVSc, BSc Clinic Director

Anton graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2005. He joined the team at Chirnside mid 2006.  Prior to completing his veterinary studies, Anton gained a Bachelor of Science, at Monash University majoring in anatomy and physiology.


Anton has an assortment of fish and turtles and 2 rescue cats Luna and Molly. He is a Collingwood Football Club supporter and enjoys watching the game in the comfort of his own home.

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Dr Sae Inoue BVSc Clinic Director

Sae graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science in 2007. She joined the team at Chirnside Park Veterinary Clinic in the new years period of 2008.  Sae grew up in Japan, and ventured to Australia to study English after completing Year 12.  She challenged herself to go further and studied Veterinary Science to make her dream come true.

Sae's furry family consists of her three domestic short hair cats Avo, Femme and Pods.  She also has an Australian Shepherd cross called Luuka.  Sae has trained all her pets to sit down, shake hands, drop, hi-5, and wait before their meals/treats.

Dr Roslyn Fleay BVSc (Hons), CMAVA Founder and Director

Ros graduated with Honours from the University of Melbourne in 1986. She started working immediately in mixed practice in the Yarra Valley until 1993, then transferred to mixed practice in the Dandenong Ranges. In 2001, Ros decided to establish a small animal practice with an afterhours emergency service to cater for the people and pets of the Yarra Ranges. Ros has a special interest in Small Animal Reproduction particularly canine and feline infertility, and attended the International Congress of Small Animal Reproduction in Canada in 2012. Ros loves to study and has now completed four Post-graduate veterinary courses in cardiology (hearts), ultrasonography (ultrasound), oncology (cancer) and ophthalmology (eyes).


Her furry family consists of three cats, three horses and two dogs. In her spare time she likes bush walking, horse riding, cross country skiing, and is an avid St Kilda Football Club supporter.

Ros sold the practice in September 2019 to Dr Sae Inoue and Dr Anton Gomez. Ros will continue to work full time and have an integral leadership role within the practice.


Dr Leah Wingett BHlthSc DVM

Leah began her career in the veterinary industry in 2011 at Chirnside Park Veterinary Clinic initially working as a kennel hand and receptionist, before becoming a veterinary nurse. Leah worked as a veterinary nurse alongside completing a Bachelor of Health Sciences, majoring in Anatomy and Physiology, before graduating with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Melbourne.


After graduation, Leah completed a rotating internship at a referral hospital. Leah strives to provide a high level of patient care and enjoys a diverse career, working in both general practice and emergency. 


In her spare time, she enjoys surfing, spending time with family and friends and of course, spending time with her fur/scale rescues – Mea, the Cornish Rex, Parker, the Staffordshire cross puppy and Obi, the Bearded Dragon.

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Dr Yunhan Wang BSc DVM

Yunhan graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2020. He started working Chirnside Park Veterinary Clinic after being heavily influenced by Dr. Leah Wingett. He has a special interest in veterinary dermatology and enjoys staring down microscopes.

Yunhan is proud parents to two lovely dogs, the 18 year old Jack Russell "Jackie", and the 13 year old Labrador "Hegel". In his spare time, Yunhan enjoys mountain biking, beach volleyball,

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Veterinary Nurses



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Bec - Practice Manager/Head Veterinary Nurse

Bec obtained a position with Chirnside park vet clinic straight out of high school in January 2012.  

Since working at the clinic Bec has adopted two Devon Rex's Minty and Rudy, an Oriental Cosmo and a Scottish Deer Hound Fergus, who joins her Jack Russel Terrier cross Cooper.  Bec enjoys socializing with friend's and ticking off countries from her travel list.

Hayley - Veterinary Nurse


Hayley started working at the clinic in 2009 and completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2011.  She has 3 rescue cats Shaq, Oskar and De Lilah.  Two of Hayley's cats are unique in the fact they only have 3 legs each!  Hayley's golden child is a lovable rottweiler Floyd.

Hayley's husband collects turtles, fish and the occasional lizard. Needless to say, Hayley gets to look after all the reptiles that come into the clinic.  She enjoys spending time with her partner, friends and her animals.  In the near future she will be going back to study to further her knowledge.


Jo - Veterinary Nurse


Jo started at Chirnside Park Vet in April 2015.  Jo has completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary nursing.  Prior to Vet nursing Jo was a horse riding instructor for 12 years and also a teaching assistant at Box hill tafe for the equine studies course.

Jo has two dogs Bella and Tyson, American Stafford terriers and 2 birds Bingo and Banjo both rescue birds.  Outside of work enjoys spending time with her young family and occasionally fitting in horse riding.

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Kimberley - Veterinary Nurse

After pursuing a career as a graphic designer and later a flight attendant Kimberley started her dream job as a vet nurse at Chirnside Park Vet clinic in May 2014.  In 2015 she completed her Certificate IV in veterinary nursing.  


At home she has Wonka and Wilbur, two labs and three rescue cats.  In her spare time she enjoys taking photos of animals and revisiting her graphic design work. 

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Kasey - Veterinary Nurse


Kasey started at Chirnside Park vet clinic in March 2018. She has since completed her certificate  IV in veterinary nursing in early feb 2020. Kasey has also completed her cert III in animal studies specialising in Veterinary nursing in 2017 at Box Hill tafe. 



Kasey has two dogs Trace a gorgeous red kelpie & Jessie a staghound x border collie. 

Two Maine coon Cats Trixie and Albus Dumblekitten who she got from a breeder at the clinic. Dash a DMH who is a rescue from Coldstream animal aid & the baby of her tribe Lily a 3 legged Siberian who is a rescue through the clinic. 


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Brooke - Veterinary Nurse

Brooke started working at Chirnside park vet clinic June 2021.  She is currently studying her certificate IV in veterinary nursing at Melbourne Polytechnic.  Brooke also works at the bird clinic in Scorsby where she works as a veterinary nurse.

Brooke owns a 5 year old cavoodle and birds. 


Isabella - Veterinary Nurse


Isabella started at Chirnside Park Veterinary Clinic in June 2021. She is currently studying her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. She has also completed her Certificate III in Animal Studies (Specialising in Veterinary Nurse Skills) and Nationally Accredited Course in Reptile and Venomous Snake Handling.

Isabella is also a registered wildlife carer and rescuer. She studies entomology and works part time in that field. She keeps a range of arachnids, phasmids, myriapods, beetles and cockroaches, and also keeps a small collection of snakes. She is a self-taught taxidermist and wildlife photographer. She also has a beloved American Bully, Maisie.


Paige - Vet nurse


Paige started at Chirnside Park Veterinary Clinic in February 2022. She is currently studying her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing, through BoxHill Institute. Paige has also previously completed her Certificate III in Animal Studies (Specialising in Veterinary Nursing).

Paige has three dogs at home which keep her busy. She has 2 gorgeous Blue English staffies, 'Jax' and 'Dusty'. She has also welcomed 'Jeffrey' a shelter rescue, who is a Kelpie x Staffy. In her spare time Paige enjoys spending time with family and friends, and travelling.


Ashlynn - Vet nurse


Ashlynn started at Chirnside Park Vet Clinic in June 2022. She is currently studying a bachelor of veterinary nursing, through Melbourne Polytechnic/La Trobe. Ashlynn had also completed 1 year of the bachelor of animal veterinary biosciences through La Trobe in 2021 before switching over. 


Ashlynn has two beautiful cats one domestic short hair named Kion and the other a persian named Nala. Both of them keep her very busy. In her spare time Ashlynn enjoys spending time with her family and friends. 


Sam - Vet nurse


Sam landed her dream job at Chirnside Vet Clinic in May 2022, after being a florist for over 10 years and finally taking the plunge into a new career. She is currently studying her Certificate IV in Veterianary Nursing through Box Hill Institute, having completed Certificate III in animal studies (specialising in veterinary nurse skills) with Box Hill in 2021.

At home Sam has a beautiful, cheeky Kelpie x Collie that keeps her very busy, as well as a domestic short hair rescue kitten called Lilly.


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Stacey - Vet nurse


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Olivia - Vet nurse

Olivia started at Chirnside Park Veterinary Clinic in October 2022, to pursue her dream job in Vet Nursing. She is currently studying her Certificate III in Animal Studies, and will complete her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2024. Olivia has previous experience volunteering in an animal boarding facility.


Olivia absolutely adores her family dachshund, Khaleesi, who is appropriately named after a Game of Thrones character. She also owns a tortoiseshell kitty with her husband, called Patchy - who has lots of different nicknames!

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