We take pride in offering quality veterinary services for your pets.
At Bathurst Central Animal Hospital, Dr Kirsten, Dr Zoe and, their team are committed to providing the highest level of professional service and care for your pet. We recognise the significance of your pets and the place they hold in your family. Our animal health care team will offer education, advice and care to ensure your pet has the longest, happiest and healthiest life possible. We treat small and large animals including cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, mice, birds as well as production and equine animals. For your convenience we offer after-hours, on-call service for both large and small animals and we also have cat boarding facilities to accommodate your precious fur family while you are away. Find out more about us by booking a hospital tour or bring your pet to meet our team at anytime.
Kirsten has been a Bathurst local all her life. She always had a love of animals and turned that into a veterinary career. After graduation Kirsten travelled extensively and had a stint working in the veterinary industry in England and Mauritius.
Now back in Bathurst Kirsten enjoys her work at the clinic and spending quality time with her family, including her elderly dog, Cloudy, and two rat-bag cats, Pusspuss and Chipoudoum.
Kirsten is currently undertaking an advanced veterinary practice program by distance education with the University of Liverpool in the UK and hopes to attain a masters degree.
Zoe has recently re-joined our team & we are very excited to have her back!
Zoe graduated in 2015 and worked at Durham Street Vets for a couple of years before relocating. She has a bubbly personality and makes working with her fun!
In her spare time, she enjoys taking her many dogs to agility training and riding her horse!
Bryce studied at CSU in Wagga Wagga before moving to start work here in Bathurst. Bryce grew up in Sydney but has spent time on family farms in Nowendoc and Gunnedah.
Bryce has an interest in both small and large animal practice and is looking to bring this enthusiasm to Bathurst Central.
When Bryce isn't working he spends time running with his cattle dog cross, Nyx, and playing rugby.
Bryce also has an interest in small animal dentistry, and is planning to pursue further training in this field.
Cassie completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2015. She has worked in many parts of Australia but has now settled in her home town. Cassie has a pound rescue dog named Tyson who has traveled with her every step of the way.
Jenny has been at Durham Street Vet Clinic for as long as she can remember (around 16 years!!) before the merge with Bathurst Vet Hospital. She adores animals and has 3 dogs, 3 cats and 2 horses. Jenny is a qualified veterinary nurse and a fountain of knowledge.
Mandy has been a Vet Nurse with us for 9 years, completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2009. Mandy has always loved animals and knew working with animals is what she always wanted to do. She recently set out to explore the nursing world, working at an animal shelter clinic in Melbourne for 8 months. Her love for the Durham Street Vet Clinic and its clients brought her back to Bathurst along with her pets, Maddy, Inca, Kida and Cheesecake.
Holly is a part of our veterinary nursing staff. Holly is interested in all aspects of animal health and wellbeing. In addition to the human members of her family, she lives with too many pets to mention.
Nicole started working with us in early 2020. She relocated here from Dubbo NSW & settled into our team straight away. She also enjoys grooming & does all of our patients – including our clinic cat Ninny (in picture ).
Nicole is training to become a firefighter & keeps busy with cross-fit training.
Tara is our newest team member who is completing her Cert IV in Veterinary nursing. She has experience with large animals as she has done a lot of work on properties with mostly cattle. Working with small animals is all fairly new for her but she is excelling & will make an exceptional nurse.