The owner of the two veterinarian practices. He started Meadow Heights practice in 1998 and Watsonia Vet Centre in 2003. Paul graduated in 1993 from T..
Dr. Paul Singh (Paramjit Singh)
The owner of the two veterinarian practices. He started Meadow Heights practice in 1998 and Watsonia Vet Centre in 2003. Paul graduated in 1993 from The University of Queensland as a veterinarian and worked in mixed practice in Adelaide. Since then he worked in RSPCA (both Burwood and Pearcedale and Cat Protection Society of Victoria.
Paul is easily approachable to his clients and attends after-hours emergencies.
Paul and all other veterinarians also do house call visits.
Andrew joined the Northern Suburbs Veterinary Clinics in November 2010. He graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2004. After which, he enliste..
Dr. Andrew Lim
Andrew joined the Northern Suburbs Veterinary Clinics in November 2010. He graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2004. After which, he enlisted in the Singapore Armed Forces for 2 years where he was trained as a military policeman and dog handler. During this time Andrew was in charge of the health, husbandry and welfare of over 200 military guard dogs and sniffer dogs. He then worked at the RSPCA (Burwood East) for over three years, gaining experience with a wide variety of medical and surgical cases, the management of animal cruelty cases and shelter medicine before joining our practice.
Veterinary-related interests: Andrew completed a 1-year correspondence course in Behavioural Medicine in 2010 and is passionate about animal behaviour, a rapidly-advancing area of veterinary science. He also enjoys radiology and soft tissue surgery.
Other interests: He has a keen interest in photography, loves the great outdoors, sunshine and fresh air. In his spare time, Andrew enjoys hiking and beach-combing. He loves spending time with family, friends, and his dog, Molly.
Pets: Andrew’s pride and joy is a four-foot landscaped tank with over twenty African cichlids, which are brightly-coloured fish originating from the great rift lakes of Africa.
Memorable veterinary achievements: Reviving two stray dogs (each on a separate occasion) from near death, nursing them back to health and successfully rehoming them under the permanent foster scheme at the RSPCA.
Jess first started with Northern Suburbs Veterinary Clinics at Watsonia in 2016 as a volunteer trainee nurse before gaining employment in 2017. She st..
Jess first started with Northern Suburbs Veterinary Clinics at Watsonia in 2016 as a volunteer trainee nurse before gaining employment in 2017. She studied Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing through Open Colleges and has received a Bachelor of Science from Deakin University.
Jess and her family have spent many years puppy raising for Guide Dogs Victoria which has given her experience in training dogs (and a soft spot for Labradors!)
Jess doesn’t have any pets of her own for now so she has a lot of love to give to patients! – This is one of the reasons she encourages clients to bring their pets in for social visits.
In the future Jess is looking forward to continuing her work with small animals and starting her four-legged family with a dog before adding in a cat and more!