Get to Know Us
After graduating as a Vet Nurse in 1991 Lisa worked at Midland Vet, where she met Graeme as a new graduate. After marrying in 1995 Lisa worked in Cambridge UK and Murdoch Uni, until moving to Northam.
Lisa enjoys life with her husband (Graeme), four daughters (Jorja, Lily, Mikala & Sophie), Huntaway (Fergie), Cats (Tom & Pepper) and pony (Casper).
As practice Manager and partner in the practice Lisa works hard to keep the team, patients and clients, happy and healthy.
Rene’e started her career as a Veterinary Nurse in 1979 at Northam Veterinary Centre, and with life’s adventures she has now done a full circuit and found herself back at Northam where she has been a part of the team since 2003.
Having worked at a number of Mixed animal practices Rene’e is very passionate about animal welfare and can’t imagine working in any other industry.
Being very fortunate as a child to grow up on a farm surrounded by animals Renee’s love and care for all animals was embraced from a very young age.
Rene’e and her partner Tim own a 40 acres hobby farm in the Avon Valley where they have been breeding Morgan horses for 20yrs.
Faithfully always by their sides are their three furrbabies Hayley, Brandy & Zara be it at home or on beach holidays.
Jess is a registered Veterinary Nurse, graduating in 2011. She then furthered her studies and completed her Diploma of Veterinary Nursing General Practice in 2015. She has been with Northam Vet Centre since 2016 after getting married and moving to Northam.
It’s safe to say she had a love for animals from a young age growing up with a variety of pets including cats, dogs, rabbits, chooks, ducks, birds, fish and a rat. She hopes one day to own some property and collect a few more pets.
Born and Raised in the Northam District Liam has worked in several local jobs around the local pets and people since leaving school in 2009. He has always had an interest in the veterinary industry and was pleased to discover and be accepted into the Veterinary Nursing Cert IV offered at Muresk.
Upon completion of the 12-month course he was grateful to be offered a position at the Northam Vet Centre where he has been employed since the end of 2017.
He enjoys meeting and greeting both pets and owners that use the clinic and while he loves most animals, he has a particular regard for the feline patients.
He still currently lives on the family farm, surrounded by the livestock and working dogs as well as his own pet cat Rommel.
Vanessa has been apart of the Northam Vet since late 2016. She then went on to study her Certificate IV in veterinary nursing at the start of 2017 through Central Regional Tafe.
She has always had a love and passion for animals from a young age, at her farm she has 9 horses, 3 dogs, 5 cats and 4 guinea pigs.
When Vanessa is not a work you can find her out and about competing at horse shows on her trusty steeds Indi, Fairyfloss and Ripper.
Lindley is a Registered Vet Nurse who graduated in 2012 from Polytechnic West .
Lindley has always had a passion for animals, raised on a farm with Horses, Cattle and Sheep, even working on Farms/Cattle stations in her late teens early twenty’s.
Now Lindley is a proud mother of a very active 1 yr old son along with all her fur babies. She has two cats, Bourbon and Bacardi, two dogs, Kaida and Jasper, and two horses, Gus and Uno- who Lindley competes on in eventing, when time permits.
Lindley has always ridden and competed from an early age through pony club and now even coach at Pony Club.
Lee has always had a love of animals so was very excited and fortunate when given the opportunity to work alongside this great team. Lee started as the clinic receptionist in 2000 and enjoyed interacting with the clients and their pets.
Lee is now working 'behind the scenes' involved in the financial administrative duties and while at work she has a furry three legged supervisor, the linic cat Tripod who loves to sit beside her and keep her company while she works.
Outside of work, Lee enjoys spending time with her family and they share their home with two very spoiled rabbits Flossie and Cookie.
Tess started working at the Northam Vet Clinic in December 2018. She enjoys working there and learning new things about the Veterinary industry and the different tasks involved in being a Veterinarian.
Tess has always been interested in the Veterinary industry and would like to eventually become a Veterinarian after finishing school.
Tess has always been surrounded by animals as she spends lots of time at her Grandparents farm. She also has two dogs, Lotto and Ticket, that she loves more than anything in the world.