Ingleburn Veterinary Hospital
Unit 4, 2 Noonan Road
- 02 9829 1947
Mark graduated from Sydney University in 1980. He worked for several years as an associate in Campbelltown before establishing this hospital in 1983. Mark is the founder, owner, manager and senior veterinarian of the hospital and the best looking person in the hospital. He lives in the Northern Wollongong area with his wife and has five children. His other interests include surfing, travel, photography, and coffee. Oh, and a recent small share in a racehorse. Well, nobody said he was smart. Mark is the environment nut in the practice and has driven change such as recycling, composting, reusing, and turning off appliances, and has recently had the roof covered in solar panels. Mark has just one dog at the moment, a Labrador that loves anybody and eats anything. Professionally, his main interests are neurology and opthalmology.
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 Dana Kalgovas joined the Ingleburn team in late 2012 as a veterinary nurse whilst she was undertaking her veterinary degree. Dana graduated from Sydney University in 2014. In 2015 she joins our vet team fulltime.
Special interests include internal medicine, dentistry and anything involving rabbits! Outside of work she enjoys catching up with friends, driving her Volvo and spending time with her pet rabbit, Dorian.
Connie graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (with honours) from the University of Sydney in 2005. She completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the Adelaide Veterinary Specialist and Referral Centre in 2007 and achieved membership (by examination) of the Australian and New Zealand College and Veterinary Scientists in Small Animal Medicine in 2010. Connie first joined the team here back in 2005. She has left briefly to complete internships and to move interstate but she keeps coming back to the wonderful team at Ingleburn Vet Hospital! Aside from working here, she has worked in a variety of clinics including emergency, specialist and general practices across Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. She loves all aspects of working with cats and dogs but particularly enjoys challenging medical cases and soft tissue surgery.
"I love working in small animal general practice and seeing the diversity of cases, no day is the same. The most rewarding part of my job is helping a sick patient get better and go home".
Connie is a passionate pet owner herself. At home she has an exceptionally clever Jack Russell Terrier, "Toto", a big antisocial cat, "Sooty", a sweet and loving Maltese "Peanut" and most recently adopted, a cheeky ginger cat, "Simon".
Mary originates from Hong Kong and came to Australia to study veterinary science. She graduated from the University of Sydney in 2014 and joined the Ingleburn team shortly after. Mary has a special interest in internal medicine and soft tissue surgery. Outside of work, Mary enjoys traveling, the beach, cooking and reading.
Jamie was born in Hong Kong and moved to Gold Coast when she was 14. She graduated from University of Sydney in 2015 and fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming a vet. She joined the team in 2016 after traveling around Asia. Jamie has a special interest in diagnostic imaging and soft tissue surgery. She enjoys travelling, Bikram yoga, scuba diving, snowboarding, indoor rock climbing, socializing with her friends, and spending time with her cattle dog cross staffy, Buffy! Jamie is fluent in English, Mandarin and also Chinese Cantonese.