Meet Our Team


Dr Paul O'Callaghan

Practice Owner (BVc,MACVSc(Eq Med) MBARegistered Veterinary Surgeon )

Dr Nina Edwards

Veterinarian (BSc, BVMS)

Nina Edwards graduated from Murdoch University in 2000. She started her career in Manjimup in mixed practice. It wasnt long before the travel bug took hold which took her travelling around Australia then worldwide, working as a locum vet and volunteering in underveloped communities.

In 2009 Nina returned to Perth. After throughly enjoying all aspects of small animal practice she started working at Epsom Avenue. Nina is AQIS accredited.

Outside of the clinic, Nina also works as a lecturer for Central Regional Tafe. When not working Nina can be seen running around after her 2 children Jack and Bethany, her furry child Marley (a 12 year old labrador cross) and her 5 chickens.

Dr Anthony Mathews


Leticia Boyle

Head Nurse (Certificate IV Veterinary Nurse)

Teesh is Head Nurse at Epsom Avenue Vet Clinic. She has worked here at the clinic since 2003 and loves all aspects and challenges that the job throws at her. She is passionate about patient care and always has the patients best interests at heart.

At home she has a menagory of animals including, Horses Rusty and Merlin, Sheep Macey, Gracie and Daisy, Dog Boomer and Cat Bandit.  Monty pictured above is an 12 year old Kelpie x Retriever who came in as a puppy and never left and is her pride and joy.

She enjoys horse riding and spending time outdoors with nature.

Leigh Green

Senior Vet Nurse (Certificate IV Veterinary Nurse)

I have been vet nursing on and off since 1994, both in GP and Referral practice as an ICU and medicine nurse.

I enjoy all aspects of nursing and patient care but have a special interest in Oncology (Cancer Care Patients).

Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my family, friends and my super cute pony Coco.  My other fur kids include Soxie (maltese x), Lucy, Oliver, Carter and Purrcey (my 4 pussy cats)


Jane Burningham

Senior Vet Nurse (Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing, Certificate III Captive Animal Management, Certificate II Equine Management)

Jane qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2001 and has worked in both large and small animal clinics both in Australia and in the United Kingdom.  More recently she worked for a veterinary nursing training college, completed additional study into captive animal managent and then came to nurse at Epsom Avenue since the middle of 2015.

Outside of work Jane is involved in voluntary work mainly at the zoo but also for some rescue and wildlife organisiations which keeps her busy.


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