Veterinary Nurses

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Rye Veterinary Clinic
2261 Point Nepean Rd
VIC 3941

03 5985 6644
  • Rachel Nevinson

    Rachel is our head senior veterinary nurses and has a certificate four in Veterinary Nursing. She would like to undertake more study once her children are a little older. She has been nursing for close to sixteen years, most of which has been at Rye Vet Clinic. Rachel has an interest in surgery and runs our famous weekly puppy preschool on a Wednesday evening at the clinic.  Rachel also does lots of the day to day running of the clinic. Outside of work interests include swimming, camping and going to the gym. Rachel owns a one year old Pomeranian called Foxy, an eight year old Kelpie called Roy,   an eight year old female cat called Sooty, a three year old cat called Ninja and a rescue rabbit called Bob!

  • Stacey-lee Jager

    Stacey is one of our new trainee Veterinary nurses.  Stacey started at Rye Vet Clinic in May 2018.  Stacey is an animal lover, is approachable for the clients, is a hard worker and is fitting into Rye Vet Clinic very well.  

  • Jackie Mucha

    Jackie is our second senior nurse.  Jackie has been a veterinary nurse for over ten years and has a Certificate four in veterinary nursing. Jackie is extremely knowledgeable and enjoys both surgery and medical cases.  Jackie is a registered wildlife carer for birds.  At home Jackie has a Kelpie named Rupert and lots of native birds which are in the process of being rehabilitated so that they can be released back into the wild where they belong.  Jackie enjoys going away with her husband and dog and hiking. 

  • Milly Street

    Milly is our second trainee Veterinary Nurse who started at the Rye Vet Clinic in May 2018.  Milly is studying a Veterinary Nursing Pathway course through Open Colleges.  Milly is devoted to animal care and is passionate about animal welfare.  Milly has done voluntary work with wildlife and has also volunteered at the Australian Animal Rescue. At home Milly treats the family diabetic dog with daily insulin injections.  Milly is compassionate and friendly and is fitting into Rye Vet Clinic well.