We are always looking for people to join our team throughout our network of clinics. We are comprised of Australia’s leading production animal and mixed animal veterinary businesses, with clinics located in some of the most beautiful rural locations throughout Victoria, NSW, Queensland, Tasmania and Western Australia.
Being part of this large group of clinics provides great opportunities for our employees.
Browse through a selection of Staff Profiles below to read about some of our employees experiences and their roles at Apiam Animal Health. A FAQ section and contact form are at the foot of the page to assist in answering any questions you may have.
Dr Lucy Collins
BSc (Ag) DVM
Originally from South Gippsland where her family own a contracting business, Lucy always knew she wanted to work with livestock. She studied agriculture at the University of Melbourne before pursuing a career in veterinary science.
Lucy joined the KVC team in December 2015, and enjoys the variety rural mixed practice has to offer. She has a strong interest in cattle medicine and surgery, as well as pocket pets.
Outside of work Lucy loves playing netball, kayaking, hiking and chilling with her pet rabbit Daisy.
Echuca and Moama Veterinary Clinic
I have been working here since May 2015, after previously working within the horticultural industry. I have really enjoyed my time working as a vet nurse. There are always interesting cases coming in, and every day is different, providing plenty of opportunities to learn new skills. I particularly enjoy running puppy preschool classes, and love watching how my puppy preschoolers grow into well mannered dogs as they come in for their regular check ups.
Outside of work, I am kept busy with my husband and daughter and our two dogs, on our small property just outside of Echuca. When I’m not at home or at work, I am practicing martial arts at Wickham’s Martial Arts Centre, where I do Zen Do Kai, and teach women’s self defence classes. I have been hard at training this year, preparing to grade to my second degree black belt at the end of October.