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Coomera Springs Veterinary Surgery Staff

At Coomera Springs Vet Surgery, you will always see the same vet and nurses (unless we take one of those rare holidays!).  We are an independant clinic, not part of a big corporate chain, and we pride ourselves on our customer relationships and giving you personalised service.  We are committed to providing you and your pet’s with exceptional service and the very best in veterinary medicine and preventative health care so that we can live up to our mission statement: "To ensure our client's pets lead happy healthy lives".

We look forward to getting to know you and your pets.

Dr Andrew Stone BVSc.
Owner & Veterinarian

Andrew is the owner and one of the two full time Vets here at Coomera Springs Vet Surgery.

Originally from Darwin, Andrew moved to the Gold Coast in 1992 and finished high school at Coombabah High.  After studying Veterinary Science at the University of Queensland and graduating in 2000, Andrew worked in Maleny in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland for 14 months.  He then worked in Beenleigh for about 2 1/2 years before heading over to England.  Andrew spent almost 6 1/2 years working in various practices in the UK before moving back to the Gold Coast in January 2011 with his wife Sarah and their 5 month old son Ethan.  He has lived and worked in the Upper Coomera area since then.  Andrew now has a second child, little Imogen, and he has a burmilla cat called Willow and some fish.

Andrew started working at Coomera Springs Vet Surgery in March 2012, and purchased the practice in September 2014.  Having grown up on the Gold Coast, living locally and with over 17 years experience as a Vet, Andrew is a friendly local that you can trust to care for you animals.


Dr Jared Power BVSc (Hons)

Veterinarian

Jared is the other full-time Vet here at Coomera Springs Vet Surgery, and he graduated from the veterinary science program at the University of Sydney in 1995. Since then, he has spent most of his working life looking after the medical and surgical needs of family Dogs and cats, although for the first decade after graduating he also cared for a range of animal species in rural communities (cattle, sheep, pigs, horses, alpacas, ostriches, pocket pets, and some wildlife in addition to dogs and cats).

Jared has worked as a veterinarian on three continents—Australasia, Europe, and North America. He has experience in the spectrum of veterinary care options now on offer to pets in the Western World having worked in more than thirty different veterinary hospitals and surgeries as a locum veterinarian, an emergency and critical care veterinarian, and as a general private practice veterinarian. Over the years he has developed expertise in various orthopaedic and soft-tissue surgical procedures, in cardiac and abdominal ultrasound, and in the diagnosis and management of both simple and complex medical conditions. Despite the array of high-tech medical and surgical options available for pets these days, though, Jared still most enjoys helping dogs and cats (and, consequently, their owners) live happier lives by identifying and properly treating common, under-diagnosed conditions such as dental disease, skin allergies, and arthritis.

Outside work, Jared likes to spend time with his wife and daughter and their cheeky but lovable cross-breed dog, Henri. Jared tries to wind down regularly with a good book and a glass of red wine, but also takes great pleasure in the outdoors— he enjoys bushwalking and camping, is a keen observer of ‘the beautiful game’ (soccer), and is an avid fisherman.



Carey
Veterinary Nurse


Carey joined Coomera Springs Vet Surgery in mid 2011 when she decided to start Vet Nursing.  She had always had pets and decided to take the plunge to follow her lifelong dream to work full time with animals by becoming a Vet Nurse.  She has now completed her Certificate IV in Vet Nursing and enjoys the interactions with clients and the ability to help them and their animals.
Carey lives with her husband Brett and their teenage son Cameron.  She also has her "furry baby" Roxy, an Australian Bulldog X



Tanieka
Veterinary Nurse


Tanieka joined the Coomera Springs Vet Surgery team in 2012.  After volunteering to work here we were so impressed with her commitment to becoming a Vet Nurse that we offered her a job.  She is in the middle of her training and study for a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.  Tanieka has a bit of a menagerie at home, with 2 dogs, Saphire and Baby, a budgie, Frankie, and two cats Storm and Cloud!


Ashlea
Veterinary Nurse

Ashlea joined the Coomera Springs team in September 2014 after coming back to the industry after being on maternity leave following the birth of her Son in early 2014.  She has been in the industry since 2009 and has been nursing for the past 5 years.
Ashlea is very passionate about all aspects of the Veterinary Industry, not only helping pets but providing the best care and advice to their owner, which is what makes her job so rewarding.
As much as she woulld like to have many pets of her own, with a busy schedule with a 2 year old Son she only has one dog who's name is Taj.  He is a 10yo Maltese X who she adores and spoils very much.









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Business Hours
Mon:8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Tue:8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Wed:8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Thu:8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Fri:8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sat:8:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Sun:Closed
Hols:Closed
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