Dr. Scot Plummer
Dr. Scot Plummer BVSc (Hons) graduated in November 1994 and has owned the South Eastern Animal Hospital since July 1997.
I love helping animals and their owners.
His best friend’s name is Tazz, (a Kelpie) and he has two children — Jacob and Stephanie.
Dr. Georgina Lawlor
Dr. Georgina Lawlor BVSc (Hons) graduated in Nov 1997 and has been with the South Eastern Animal Hospital since Feb 2004. She has worked in a range of practices both overseas and in Australia, so comes to us with a broad wealth of experience. Georgie now works as a part time Veterinarian since having her children Sienna and Zara. Georgie has two cats name Sooty and Mikey.
Dr. Amanda Ling
Dr Amanda Ling BVSc graduated from the University of Melbourne in December 2008. She joined our team in April 2009, and is one of our almost full-time staff members. Amanda’s main interests in Veterinary Science are Internal Medicine, Animal Behavior and also dealing with the Exotics. Amanda now provides an acupuncture service and is undergoing certification through The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. Her best friend is her dog named Caeser (a Greyhound X Mastiff).
Bree Foulds is our Senior Veterinary Nurse. Bree started her nursing career in January 2006 and joined our team December 2007. Bree is a qualified Veterinary Nurse. Bree loves all aspects of nursing particularly surgical nursing. Bree has 3 cats (Neo, Norman and Zoe) and a dog named Keith (Ridgeback x Wolfhound) and a son named Thomas.
Jess McArdle is one of our part time trainee nurses and is currently studying for her Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing. Jess joined our team in June 2012. Jess has a Staffy named Narlah, a son named Levi and daughter Laylah.
Kayla Delany is our part time trainee nurse. Kayla is studying for her Certificate 4 in Veterinary nursing. She joined our team in 2012. She has a Labrador named Roxy.
Patricia Payne is a qualified Veterinary Nurse, she started her career in August 2014 and has a kitten named Maddie that was adopted from the clinic. Patricia grew up around horses and her love of animals directed her career in veterinary nursing.