Port Melbourne Veterinary Clinic and Hospital was established in 1997 on Bay street, two streets from the beach. The clinic is purpose-built and fully equipped for all types of surgeries.
We have four full-time veterinarians, two part-time veterinarians and 8 veterinary nurses and animal attendants. Our friendly staff are passionate about health and value your relationship with your pet. Your pet's well-being is our number one priority.
We are open 7 days a week, including most public holidays.
Our vets have decades of experience in the veterinary field, and are up to date with the latest knowledge as we value continuing education. We attend seminars and conferences on a regular basis.
We offer a pet export service with Dr. Julie Paris and Dr Lewis Kirkham, who are accredited export veterinarians. If you are planning to travel overseas with your pet, give us a call to book in an appointment.
We have in-house pathology for fast turn-around results, but also use external laboratories.
We are close to multiple referral centres and work closely to do the best for your pets. If your pet needs a specialist's option, we can get a specialist to come into our clinic for a diagnostic work-up or send you to one of specialist centres in Melbourne.
Casey started her nursing career off at Port Melbourne Vet in 2019. After a short hiatus and continuing her learning at several other busy practices in Melbourne, she is back as a fully qualified veterinary nurse.
Casey is a cat lover at heart, with her beloved ginger tabby, Biscuit. However, she is also very fond of dogs and has a sweet, but boisterous German Shepherd, Daisy.
Trainee Vet Nurse,
After being in restaurant management for over 7 years I am now pursuing my dream of working with animals.
I am currently studying Cert 3 in Animal Studies with ACVN.
I love dogs, especially my American Staffy Taurus
After a career as a youth worker, Emily decided in 2021 to turn her passion for animal care into her full-time career. Emily has since completed her certificate III in veterinary nursing and is on her way to become a fully qualified veterinary nurse.
Emily has a love for all animals, however she as a particular soft spot for large breed rescue dogs. Emily works full time at PMVC, and you will often be greeted by her big smile on reception.
Lucy is a trainee vet nurse, studying Cert III Vet Nursing, a dream job since primary school. She has a big passion for animals, with volunteering at Animal Aid Shelter and Pet Sitting regularly. She has a kitten called Arnott who loves zooming around the house, and makes biscuits 24/7 like her namesake
Lily is a final year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine student at the University of Melbourne. She enjoys playing soccer and hanging out with her pup Bailey.
Jana is a second year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine student at the University of Melbourne. She is currently training for a half-marathon and enjoys going on long runs with her Border Collie, Maya.
Huemay is a second year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine student at the University of Melbourne. She enjoys playing netball on the weekends. She has an 8-year-old Singapura cat, Timmy, who always looks grumpy but loves to have a cuddle.
Yuki is a second year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine student at the University of Melbourne. She is from Hong Kong and has a chinchilla back home. She recently got a kitten named Mochi and has been spoiling him ever since. In her spare time, she enjoys going outdoors, spending time with friends, dancing and binge-watching Netflix with her fur baby.