Dr Jason Wendt BVScPartner
Jason attended Ipswich Boys Grammar, graduated with first class honours from the University of Queensland in 1996 and has worked in the local area ever since. He has a wealth of knowledge and experience in all areas of veterinary medicine with both domestic and farm animals. He is particularly interested in small animal internal medicine and critical care and regularly attends further-education courses on the subjects. When not at work he enjoys taking his three young sons to the beach or working with his cows.
Dr Scott Campbell BVSc (Hons) M.A.C.V.Sc, D.A.C.V.NPartner
Scott graduated from University of Queensland in 1994 and originally worked at Booval for 2 years from 1999. He then worked in the UK and US where he gained his Membership in Small Animal Medicine and became a Diplomate of the American College in Small Animal Nutrition. In 2007 he returned home and rejoined the team where many clients still remembered his friendly, approachable manner and his absolute dedication to pet care. Dr. Scott is an avid traveller and motorbike rider and at home is kept busy with his twin girls and son, plus Cassidy the cat who has a malformed front leg.
Teejay HaniGeneral Manager – Ipswich Vet Group
Teejay comes from a background in business management with over 20 years of experience managing teams in retail, hospitality and travel. Teejay brings a passion for people and animals to our clinics and a focus on customer service and patient care. On any given day Teejay will make his way between our clinics, there to help our staff, you and your pets.
Dr. Georgia ChurchAssociate Veterinarian
Dr. Georgia Church is one of our Associate Veterinarians. Georgia has two cats, Max and Gandy, as well as a pony called Mitty! Dr. Georgia became a Veterinarian because she has a passion to help animals improve their health and she also really enjoys interacting with people and their pets. Dr. Georgia particularly enjoys those cases that are a little bit trickier, and enjoys using her problem solving skills to get the best outcome for the patient.
Dr. Ellana Sue “Elsa” Winter BVSc (Hons)Senior Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Ellana Sue ‘Elsa’ Winter, joined the team in 2015. She graduated from the University of Queensland in Bachelor of Veterinary Science, with special interests in Avian and Exotic medicine, and chronic and palliative care. Her love of the weird and wonderful comes as no surprise, as previously working in zoos to bridal shops to corn fields. Her favourite animals are anything with feathers and everything without, though ‘grumpy old dogs’ run a close third. She currently resides in the Ipswich area with a small but badly mannered flock of lorikeets and the dopiest hound ever to grace this earth, whom she adores.
CandiceClinic Team Leader - Pine Mountain Vet Clinic
Candice joined our team in 2017 and has completed her Certificate in Veterinary Nursing, while working at Ipswich Vet Group. Candice has loved animals ever since she could talk and knew she wanted to be involved in the veterinary field and strongly believes in being the voice for the animals that can’t. Candice enjoys being part of the patient care aspect of nursing and takes special interest in cases out of the ordinary that require intense monitoring and medical treatment. Candice aspires to learn and improve as much as she can to become the best nurse possible. In Candice’s spare time she enjoys being active (as was previously a personal trainer) and particularly likes boxing, weight lifting and hiking which helps her both physically and mentally with work. Her two special girls in her life are ginger domestic short hairs, Tiger and Lily who are sisters, but love all animals, especially cats. Candice is our Clinic Team Leader for Karalee Village Vet Clinic.
MaddisonSenior Vet Nurse
Senior Nurse Maddison is a passionate, dedicated and integral part of the Pine Mountain Vet Clinic team. When Senior Nurse Maddison was asked what she likes best about being a vet nurse she replied “I enjoy the ability it gives me to advocate for those who don’t have the voice to do so and to share my knowledge and experience with pet owners about gold standard animal care”. When Senior Nurse Maddison isn’t busy looking after everyone else’s pets she is having fun with her own fur child!