Dr. Richard Creed
Richard graduated from Sydney University with 1st class honours in 1991 and started at the Lismore Veterinary Clinic the following year. He became a partner in the practice in 1995. Richards's main area of interest lies in small animal medicine and surgery but he is active in all aspects of the clinics veterinary services. He is the loving owner of a ferret named Ookie.
Dr. Nick Jones
Nick obtained a Bachelor of Science in 1994 and followed up with 2nd class honours the following year. He graduated from veterinary science in 1999 from the University of Queensland and started at the Lismore Veterinary Clinic immediately. Nick thoroughly enjoys all aspects of veterinary practice. His pets include four children, one dog and three guinea pigs.
Sarah joined us from a background in dental nursing. She worked with us for several years as a junior nurse before heading north to the Whitsundays for a few years. She has rejoined our team and her main duties involve the surgery and hospital areas of the clinic but she also helps out on reception. Sarah studied at ITHACA college and his currently furthering her veterinary nurse qualifications.
Tarra obtained many years of nursing experience at a variety of clinics before joining the team at Lismore. Her most interesting role was in a RSPCA charity hospital in London for 12 months. After travelling the world she returned to Lismore and joined us as a senior nurse. She has a Certificate in Veterinary Nursing from ITHACA college. Tarra's role includes all aspects of veterinary nursing and reception work. She has a special interest in critical care nursing. Tarra has an enormous Dogue de Bordeaux cross named "Zar-Zu" who has a significant drooling problem.
Our clinic cat and practice manager has been with us for many years. Occasionally he donates blood for a very sick patient but generally he just lies on the front counter or sleeps in his favourite chair. Occasionally he will direct traffic in the carpark by making everyone drive around him