Meet Our Team

  

Dr Scott McAuley

Veterinarian (BVSc(Hons) University of Queensland)

Scott was born in Gladstone when QAL was under construction. He has worked as a Veterinary Surgeon for more than 20 years starting in the Barossa Valley in South Australia and running practices in Rockhampton and Port Hedland. He has owned the Gladstone Veterinary Clinic for 14 years and is glad to be closer to home and the waters of the Barrier reef. Scott is a skilled surgeon with a particular interest in orthopaedics and all aspects of small animal surgery. He owns 2 dogs, Rosie a Pomeranian, a cat Voldemort. He is a keen fisherman competing in Barramundi fishing competitions around Central Queensland.


Dr Gabrielle McAuley

Veterinarian (BVSc(Hons) University of Queensland)

Gabrielle McAuley graduated from the University of Queensland School of Veterinary Science in 1992. Her first degree was in Zoology and she has been fascinated by all sorts of animals from a young age. She has a particular interest in small animal medicine and enjoys treating cats and dogs as well as unusual and exotic pets such as rats, mice, guinea pigs, birds, reptiles and wildlife that comes into the clinic.
At home Gabe has 1 dog, Rosie the Pomeranian and a cat called Voldemort.  In her spare time she enjoys travelling, reading, musical productions, art and spending time with her 3 children.


Jennifer Warner VN

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing)

Jenni has been a Veterinary Nurse for 12 years and has always wanted to work with animals. She is a keen horsewoman and has 4 horses, a dog Bundy and numerous chickens at home. In her spare time she enjoys getting fit and is often seen at the gym or in training for her next sporting competition.


Kim McCabe

Veterinary Nurse

Kim started working in vet clinics when she finished school and has been a Veterinary Nurse for 16 years. Kim started working with us in 2014. Kim has a wide range of knowledge from her years of experience and has an interest in equine health. Kim really enjoys working at the Gladstone Vet Clinic and the family atmosphere that has been created amongst the team. She feels very proud to be part of such a caring practice.
Kim lives on a property which is home to many animals such as horses, cattle, chooks and peacocks. She also has 4 dogs and 2 cats. In her sparetime Kim enjoys riding her horses and spending time with her 2 gorgeous kids.


Anita Kroschel VN

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing)

Anita started working as a Veterinary Nurse in 2013 in Sydney where she grew up and worked in both a general practice and also a 24hr emergency clinic. Whilst in Sydney, Anita volunteered for WIRES (Wildlife Information Rescue & Information Services) for 4 years as she has an interest in native wildlife.
Anita started working with us in early 2015 after previously completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in Sydney. She loves all aspects of vet nursing and has a keen interest in animal pathology.
Anita has 2 dogs, Koda & Jackson, both were adopted through the local RSPCA shelter and she also has 2 cats, Mishka who was rescued back in Sydney & Pinto the three-legged boy who was brought into the clinic as a stray after being found with a badly injured leg that needed to be amputated.  Anita couldn't resist adopting him.
In her spare time Anita loves to be outside gardening, camping, cooking different vegetarian meals & baking.


Hannah Versic

Trainee Nurse

Hannah started working for us in 2016 and has commenced studying her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Whilst Hannah was at school she did work experience with us on the weekends. Hannah loves all aspects of vet nursing and she finds it a very rewarding job.
Hannah has a very excitable labrador at home called Lucky and a cockatiel called Georgie.
In her spare time Hannah likes to play video games, she enjoys reading a good book, spending time with family and friends and taking Lucky for walks on the beach.


  
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