Stacey Hookham

RVN

Team Leader


Stacey is our Team Leader and has been working at Riverton Rossmoyne Vet since 2017. She graduated from Polytechnic West as a vet nurse in 2004 and subsequently went on to do courses in marketing and business management. Ever since she was a little girl, she knew she wanted to work with animals. Stacey has been working in the veterinary industry for almost 20 years now, and she still loves it!

Stacey's favourite thing about being a vet nurse is the stories her clients share about the family and the pets and what they get up to! She has always lived in Perth and now resides in the hills of Roleystone on half an acre with two dogs, Violet the Labrador and Mickey the Maremma Sheepdog, three hens and a husband with four sons, Noah, Will, Nathaniel and Theo.

Oneeka Attwood

RVN


Oneeka has been working as a vet nurse at Riverton Rossmoyne Vet Hospital since 2009. She started here doing work experience while studying her Certificate III in Companion Animal Studies at Bentley TAFE. She then went on to study her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at Polytechnic West on a part-time basis, graduating in 2012.

Oneeka has a keen interest in training and has completed additional courses in dog training and puppy preschool. She has been running our Puppy Classes for many years. Oneeka grew up in the southern suburbs of Perth with a “mini zoo” of animals, including dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rabbits, lambs and fish. She currently has 2 Border Collies called Jazz and Lynk.

Amy Croot

RVN


Amy joined the team at Riverton Rossmoyne Vet in 2020. Amy first started working with animals in 2003 and graduated from Polytechnic West as a vet nurse in 2008. After spending several years working in small animal practice around Perth, Amy took some time off to start a family (she now has 3 children!) before returning to vet nursing. .

Cats are Amy’s most favourite animal ever, however she also has a special interest in native wildlife and has recued and rehabilitated wildlife for most of her life. Amy has multiple pets at home, 17 to be exact- furry, fluffy, scaley, feathery and lots of legs- and these are mostly all rescued animals! In her spare time, Amy loves exploring Western Australia with her family in their camper trailer!

Abbey Hillman

RVN


Abbey joined the team at Riverton Rossmoyne Vet in 2019 and completed her Certificate IV in Vet Nursing in the same year, receiving a certificate of recognition for going above and beyond in her pursuit of caring for animals.

Animals have always been Abbey’s passion and when she is not caring for patients, you will find her in the art room painting portraits of all kinds of animals! Abbey grew up with 3 gorgeous cats called Bubbles, Rosie and Mickey, but she has a soft spot for all creatures great and small.

Jean Hall


Jean has worked at Riverton Rossmoyne Vet for over 15 years, making her one of our longest serving staff members! She currently works both on reception and doing practice administration. She enjoys meeting and getting to know the pets that visit the practice as well as their owners.

Originally from England, Jean has lived locally near the practice for many years. In her spare time, Jean likes gardening, shopping, boating and spending time with her grandchildren (including her fur-grandchildren!)

Hannah Slowen


Hannah commenced working at Riverton Rossmoyne Vet Hospital in 2020. She is a trainee vet nurse currently studying at South Metropolitan TAFE and is due to graduate in December. Hannah also has a Certificate III in Captive Animals which she completed with Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in the Gold Coast, Queensland.

Hannah has a keen interest in exotic animals and wildlife, which she supports through volunteering and conservation work. She also works part-time in hospitality and in her free time she loves to do some gardening, photography, and yoga. Hannah’s favourite patients at the clinic are labradors as they always give her the best cuddles!

Cassandra Nixon

RVN


Cassandra is a qualified and experienced vet nurse who has worked in a variety of small animal practices, including a 24 hour emergency clinic, before first commencing at Riverton Rossmoyne Vet Hospital in 2017. Cassandra balances her time working with looking after her two young children Ava and James, her 2 dogs, 2 horses and 1 cat! In her spare time Cassandra likes competing at horse shows, camping and spending time with her family and friends.