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Dr Xiaojia Lee
Xiaojia has spent most of her working life in a busy emergency vet hospital in Melbourne, Australia prior to her return to Singapore. Veterinary emergency and critical care(ECC) is her passion and she hopes to continue providing quality ECC to the critters of sunny Singapore with her team at Westside.
Dr Germaine Lee
Germaine spent close to a decade working in small animal practices, both locally and abroad, before graduating from the University of Sydney in 2011. She has completed the graduate certificate in Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound and is particularly captivated by the demands of emergency medicine.
Dr Jean Ong
Through her course of her studies Dr Ong gained considerable experience via clinical placements across rural and metropolitan practices in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore. After graduation in 2008 she returned to Singapore and has been practising in clinics locally since. She's always had a special interest in emergency and critical care. Joining Westside will allow her to pursue her interest.
Dr Katelin Tan
Dr Max Boulay
Since graduating from the University of Queensland, Max has gained a high level of experience, working in a variety of clinics from Australia to the United Kingdom. He enjoys the fast pace of the emergency room, and has joined Westside to use this experience to improve the emergency and critical care of Singapore’s pets.
Dr Chuah Ke Hui
Janice has been working in the Veterinary industry since 2016 after completing her diploma in Veterinary Technology at Temasek Polytechnic. After developing an interest in Emergency and critical care and joining Westside, she has been expanding her knowledge and skillset in hopes of helping every furry friend in need.
Kelly has been working in large veterinary hospitals for the last seven years. She believes in constant learning to better provide quality treatment and care for every patient. She has a definite soft spot for strays and is currently adopted by a senior dog and crazy cat.
Lovel first entered the pet industry in 2009 as a certified pet groomer. Finding her passion, Lovel quickly transitioned to vet nursing at a local clinic 4 years ago, dedicating her time to caring for the sick animals. She has since graduated with a specialist diploma in veterinary clinical procedures from Ngee Ann Polytechnic and looks forward to expanding her skillset at Westside Emergency
Hannie Joy has been working in the vet industry since 2016. She thrives on learning and expanding her knowledge to provide quality care for her patients. Her interest in emergency and critical care led her to join the Westside team and she aspires to be a better veterinary professional in the field of veterinary science and advanced nursing care to her patients.
Emma loves animals and gives her best in nursing the patients at Westside. She has a Bachelor of Science in psychology and worked as an assistant education researcher previously. She is currently working towards a diploma in veterinary clinical science.
Chrystal was previously an Early Childhood Educator for 7 years and decided to switch to her childhood passion to work with pets. She feels that working in the emergency is an endless learning experience as every patient comes in with different medical needs. She is looking forward to gaining new veterinary skills and knowledge by enrolling in Ngee Ann Polytechnic's vet nursing programme.
Jane has been in the veterinary industry for 17 years. She holds a certificate in veterinary nursing, European postgraduate certificate in western veterinary acupuncture and chronic pain management, and is currently pursuing NCert in Emergency and Critical Care. She aims to achieve Veterinary Technician Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care status. Jane sets high standards for herself in terms of veterinary care and providing quality customer service.
Ang Zhi Ying
Zhi Ying started working as vet nurse after graduating with a Diploma in Veterinary Bioscience and has since obtained a certificate in Veterinary Nursing. Affectionately addressing all patients as puppy or baby, she finds great joy in nursing them back to health, and is currently adopted by a bunny couple.
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