Colleen first joined the hospital in 1989 in an administrative role and departed in 2000 as Hospital Administrator. Experienced in managing several small and large animal veterinary hospitals, Colleen re-joined the UVTHC in 2008. As Hospital Manager, Colleen has a very broad role within the clinic encompassing all areas of the UVTHC and associated businesses.
Colleen loves spending time with her family and exhibiting her Labrador Retrievers.
Hospitals Finance Officer
Joanne joined the Veterinary Teaching Hospital Camden in 2005 in finance, administration and reception. Before this Joanne has worked in a number of industries in finance and accounting. Joanne is currently studying her Bachelor of Accounting part-time. She now works as the Hospitals Finance Officer and is responsible for all finance for both Camden and Sydney veterinary hospitals. Joanne spends her time at both Camden and Sydney campuses
Elaine has worked at the UVTHC for about 10 years in reception and administration. Elaine has a diverse role and enjoys the close contact with clients and their pets. We see all kinds of animals at the UVTHC making Elaine's position interesting.
Diane joined the UVTHC in 1999 and has worked in our reception and administration during this time.
Diane and her family are involved in breeding and racing Standardbred horses, hoping to one day breed an Inter Dominion or Miracle Mile winner!!
Debbie joined the UVTHC in 2002 and is best known for providing a friendly voice on the phone. Debbie has recently changed positions to a more administrative role, but you will still catch her on the phone occasionally.
Outside of work Deb enjoys spending time with family, friends and various pets.
Ivana has just recently joined the UVTHC. She devotes her time between reception and administration for the Livestock department of the UVTHC.
Alicia is a new member to the UVTHC. Alicia has a very busy switch board to attend to, as well as a huge variety of administration duties which keep her on her toes. “I enjoy all the different enquiries I have to deal with, I have learnt so much in the short time I have been here.”