Alphington & Fairfield Vet
Dr Cameron Wilson
Cam joined the team in 2017, having just moved back to Melbourne after working in the UK. He then spent a few years working at our sister clinic Hawthorn East Vets, before coming back to Alphington & Fairfield as the Lead Veterinarian. Cam dosn’t have pets of his own at the moment so loves to shower his furry patients with pats and cuddles. Cam has a great interest in medical cases and diagnostics, particularly in dogs and cats suffering from gastrointestinal issues. He is also passionate about pet weight management and the impact of carrying a few extra pounds can have on your pet’s health. While not at work Cam revels outdoors hiking, canyoning, and skiing, or catching up with friends for some unusual board games and beers.
Dr Stacy Tay
Stacy joined our team in 2020 and comes with a wealth of experience over the last 9 years having worked across Melbourne in a number of clinics, including large animal shelter hospitals. Stacy has a special interest in all things cat related and is currently completing a two year post graduate course through the University of Sydney in Feline Medicine. She has achieved her Fear Free accreditation so all of her patients enjoy a stress-free visit.
Dr Tina Knight
Tina loves dogs and cats but has always had a special interest in those animals feathered, scaly and the other small furries. She has spent the last 15 years working in small animal practice in North Queensland, Sydney and over 10 years at the University of Melbourne. Tina has been lucky enough to get to play with and treat a diverse array of animals from cockatoos and chickens to rabbits, seals, snakes, turtles, and even a crocodile. She is a member of the Australian College of Veterinary Surgeons in small animal medicine and has completed further studies in avian medicine and has achieved her Fear Free certification. She She spends her time away from work wrangling 2 small children, a lovely elderly mastiff cross and a crazy eclectus parrot.
Dr Holly Lambert
Holly grew up on a farm in the Macedon Ranges where her love for animals began. She pursued veterinary science and graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2018. Holly loves the diversity in the veterinary industry and has worked with small animals, horses and in a rural mixed practice. Holly is passionate about animal welfare, she has worked in shelter medicine and currently sits on an Animal Ethics Committee. When she isn’t working, Holly loves long distance running and can be seen hitting up the local tracks and trails with her fun loving kelpie, Clyde.
Dr Jessica Regan
Veterinarian (On leave)
Jessica graduated from Murdoch University in Western Australia in 2018. Jess has spent the last few years working in a mixed animal clinic, giving her experience with a wide variety of species. Jess has always loved animals and enjoys all areas of veterinary medicine; she is particularly passionate about animal welfare and education. Originally from Victoria, Jess is keen to get back into horse riding and catch up with her friends and family. She has a beautiful dog Dusty and an old cat Misty, who take up most of her spare time going for walks and having new adventures.
Dr Mark Matthews
Mark has 25 years experience in veterinary practice, initially in New Zealand (or New Ziland as he pronounces it!) followed by a number of years in a busy practice in London.
Our Vet Nurses and Support Team
Alphington & Fairfield Vet
Lead Veterinary Nurse
Victoria joined the team in early 2024, coming from our sister clinic Kew Vet. She began as lead nurse in 2021 equipped with over 16 years of vet nursing experience in and around Melbourne, as well in the UK and her native New Zealand. She loves a laugh with her fellow team members and enjoys mentoring/leading the dedicated nurse unit, as well as developing relationships with local clients.
Victoria also has a keen interest in animal nutrition and dog behaviour training. She has her own American Bulldog named Dio. You might even see him wagging his curly tail around the practice from time to time.
Outside of work, Victoria loves travelling, experiencing the great outdoors and baking.
Rachel joined our clinic at the beginning of 2023 and brings a wealth of experience with her. She has been nursing for 9 years and worked most recently as a specialist surgery nurse, where she obtained further certifications in anaesthesia and analgesia.
She has a passion for high quality anaesthetics and gold standard patient care, with a soft spot for our senior patients (especially Terriers!!).
In her spare time she is often reading, keeping up with the latest TV shows or relaxing with her dog Chico.
Mel adores all things cats and has previously enjoyed 6 years working in animal welfare with these intricate and rewarding creatures.
Alphington & Fairfield Vet
Our team of professionals are here to help make pet care easy. If you have any questions or concerns about your pet's health, don’t hesitate to get in touch. We love talking about animals and we’re more than happy to help! If you would like to make an appointment you can book online or give us a call to arrange a suitable time.
Monday - Friday: 8.00am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 9am - 3pm
138 Wingrove Street, Fairfield VIC 3078