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Ingleburn Veterinary Hospital
Unit 4, 2 Noonan Road
Ingleburn
NSW 2565

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Phone:
02 9829 1947

Ingleburn Veterinary Emergency Centre
Unit 4, 2 Noonan Road
Ingleburn
NSW 2565

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Phone:
02 9829 1628
  • Dr Corinne James
    Veterinarian

    Corinne graduated from Sydney University in 2002 and has since completed her Masters in Veterinary Studies from Murdoch. She first met Bronwyn and Mark as a work experience student whilst still at high school, and has been back and forth working at Ingleburn Vet Hosp ever since, having worked as both a nurse and a vet. In between these times, she has worked in NZ, the UK and in various places in Australia, mainly in small animal practices. Her main interests have become emergency and critical care cases and so enjoys being able to spread her time between IVH and IVEC. Corinne is married with 3 kids, 2 dogs and 1 cat.

  • Dr Madeleine Richard
    Veterinarian

    Madeleine was born in Canada, and has been a citizen of Australia since 1987. She graduated from Sydney University Veterinary Faculty with first-class honours in 1994. She then worked at the Ingleburn Veterinary hospital for 2 years after graduation, then in a mixed practice in Crookwell, NSW, for 11 years. The opportunity came up to work in after-hours in Emergency and Critical Care at the Animal Emergency Centre in Canberra in 2008 and she since joined the Ingleburn Veterinary Emergency Centre team in July 2013.

    She has been studying to further her skills in small animal emergency and critical care since 2009 with a view to specialise.

    She is married with two grown daughters and two small grandsons. Her house is now ruled by her two cats, a 32 year old gelding and a one year old Labrador cross named Belle who came to her via Pet Rescue.

  • Dr Cloe Davies
    Veterinarian
    Cloe graduated from Sydney University in 2008. She worked in mixed practice on the Central Coast for 2 years where she discovered her passion lay in emergency veterinary medicine. She moved back to Sydney and has worked exclusively in emergency and critical care at both the Veterinary Specialist Centre and the Small Animal Specialist Hospital. She joined Ingleburn Veterinary Emergency Centre in January 2016. 
    She lives with her partner and young daughter in a home they share with their two cats, bouncy Vizsla Clancy and flock of chickens. When not at work she enjoys bush walking, rock climbing, modern art and baking.