Kent Street Veterinary Clinic was established more than 40 years ago and has been an integral part of Canberra's community. Since 2013 we are under new ownership but our goal remains the same: we provide pets with the highest possible standard of compassionate veterinary care.
Dr. Nonna Green - Registered Veterinary Surgeon
Nonna studied veterinary science in Ukraine before coming to Australia in 1996. Her degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine was recognised by the University of Queensland in 2000.
Upon completion, Dr. Green worked at many different clinics in Canberra. Nonna has attended many professional conferences, seminars and practical workshops in Australia and overseas, and has also completed a specialised course on Feline Medicine, developing a great interest in geriatric and preventative medicine.
Currently Dr. Green works as a principal vet at the Kent Street Veterinary Hospital in Deakin, Australian Capital Territory. Her extensive work in various small animal practices has equipped her with a broad experience and deep knowledge of the profession.
Nonna is a proud mother of two beautiful girls. She also owns two cats, Maya and Skylar.
Maiya Edmondson - Senior Vet Nurse
Maiya grew up surrounded by animals on farms in both the Snowy Mountains and South Coast of NSW. She has always enjoyed helping raise and look after animals – when she was young Maiya used to take our ducklings for a trip into town in a stroller!
She is passionate about pursuing a career working with animals and am very grateful to beworking with them every day. Miya loves caring for our animal patients, learning something new every day, and hearing stories about each animal in our care.
She has an adorable cat named ‘Ziggy’ who fills Maiya's days with love, cuteness, and happiness. In her spare time she enjoyes to be outside in the garden, drawing, swimming & hiking in summer and skiing in winter.
Amber Borg - Vet Nurse
Originally residing in the coastal town of Batemans Bay, at 20 years old Amber moved to Canberra to begin her studies in Veterinary Nursing in 2017.
She has had a lifelong admiration for animals of every kind and wishes to pursue her career in the animal industry for as long as possible. In her family home, she has grown up with a small variety of pets over the years including dogs, cats and hens however she does not own any animals in her adult life living in Canberra.
Amber's goal is to live with a dog in the future once she finds the right housing and stability for her pet. In the meantime, Amber is thrilled to be in a working environment with other people's pets and care for them as if they were her own.
Amber's favourite type of pets are dogs, snakes and fish.
Rachel Ackland - Vet Nurse
Growing up in the Canberra area Rachel has always been in a home filled with animals where she always loved to help in the regular and health care of her various pets, her parents were already calling her the ‘family vet nurse’ from a young age.
She has always dreamed of working with animals and loves that she has the opportunity to meet and help so many now and hopes to be doing so for a long time.
At home Rachel has a sweet Lorikeet named ‘Polly’ who gets along well with her roommates bunny ‘Loki’.