Lakshmi N Murty Suri
Practice Owner (BVSc, MS (Biotechnology), PhD )
Dr Lakshmi Suri is originally qualified as a veterinarian from India in 1996. His passion to become a vet and treat animals was ingrained in his mind since childhood while growing up with two German Shepherds dogs in India. He worked for the Department of Animal Husbandry for nearly 2 years in India. Later he acquired a Masters degree in Biotechnology from Australia during 1999-2000. Later he worked as a poultry veterinarian (commercial layers) in India and middle East for 6-7 years.
In the year 2006, Lakshmi moved to Australia with his wife and their first daughter. He finished his PhD from UniSA, Adelaide in 2012 in the area of lung surfactants in hibernating mammals. While working as a research scientist, Lakshmi re-kindled his passion for working as a vet in 2014. He re-qualified as a vet in Australia after successfully passing the National Veterinary Exams (NVE) in Australia.
Lakshmi has been working as a small animal veterinarian in different small animal clinics since 2015 in Sydney, regional NSW and SA and in Melbourne since 2016. He is a keen veterinarian and is passionate about animals and their well being. Lakshmi, his wife and their two daughters are excited about their journey at Mulgrave Veterinary Clinic.
Dr Ayman Hassan
Veterinarian (BVSc, PhD)
Dr Ayman is available for consultations and procedures on Tuesdays. He has had more than 30 years of clinical experience and had kindly agreed to work a day per week. He has been associated with our clinic for the past several years.
Dr Noel Nadesan
Veterinarian (BVSc MSc)
For nearly two decades Dr Noel and his team have been keeping your four legged friends healthy. We are pleased to welcome back Dr Noel to work by appointments on Saturdays.
Senior Vet Nurse
Sharron started veterinary nursing in 1995 at Lort Smith Animal Hospital, North Melbourne.
She has years of veterinary nursing experience, and since 2006 she has been working at Mulgrave Veterinary Clinic.
She absolutely loves and adores working with animals and meeting their owners as well.
It is never a dull moment in Sharron's household looking after her family of boys. Including a schnoodle named Rummel, a rabbit named Tony, Housten the cockatiel, Chewy the budgie and many other feathered friends.
Sharron is known for taking in injured wild life and caring for them at home.