Broadmeadows Vet

(03) 9309 6033

Meet Our Team

  

Eshel Indich-Navon

Veterinarian

Dr Esh is our new practice owner. He has been working at the Broadmeadows vet clinic for the past 5 years. Dr Esh graduated from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2003. He has also sat his National Veterinary Exams in Brisbane in 2004. He is the owner of 2 dogs, a cat, 6 chooks and 40 sheep.

He has a special interest in canine and feline dentistry and canine and feline medicine and surgery.


Darren Saunders

Veterinarian (Bachelor of Veterinary Science from Melbourne University, 2001)

Dr Darren is our wonderful vet - he makes space in his big heart for every patient, especially the ones that purr....


Sonia Padbury

Veterinary Practice Manager (Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing)

Sonia gained her qualifications as a Veterinary Nurse in 1997. She has done over 10years of Emergency and Critical care nursing as well

She has been working at the Broadmeadows Vet clinic for the past 7years and has moved from Head Nurse to Practice manager.  She will be working behind the scenes to keep the practice running smoothly.

 

 


Belinda Draicchio

Veterinary Nurse (Studying Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing)

Bel has worked at the clinic for 9 years and knows all the ins and outs of owning animals. Before working at Broadmeadows Vet Clinic she worked at her local pet shop for 6 years so therefore has a good knowledge of caring for small animals.

She is an excellent nurse and you can trust her to care for your pet like it was her own.


Beck

Veterinary Nurse

Rebecca is originally from King Island, Tasmania. She grew up on a beef farm run by her parents. Rebecca always had animals ranging from horses to ducks to the odd baby kangaroo. She always enjoyed handling and treating the sick animals and knew from an early age that this was the path she needed to go down. Rebecca moved herself and her beloved horse Tycoon to Melbourne in 2008, she began working at a dressage facility in Macedon. From there her passion for the treatment of injured sick horses increased her urge to follow the Vet Nurse career. Rebecca finally started her nursing career in 2011 in a small animal reproduction clinic. Not a day goes by where Rebecca doesnt feel that she doesnt feel she has the most rewarding career.


  
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