Professional Vet Care for your Pets at Enfield Vet Hospital

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Enfield Veterinary Hospital
94 Coronation Parade
NSW 2136

02 9747 3999
  • Greg Behm B.V.Sc, MVS (Small Animal Medicine and Surgery)

    Greg graduated from the University of Sydney in 2001. After working for a year in Sydney, Greg moved to the UK for 3 years combining work and travel. On moving back to Sydney in 2006, Greg worked in a busy after-hours emergency practice and several large general practices before coming to Enfield Veterinary Hospital in 2011. In 2010, Greg completed a 3-year Masters Degree in Veterinary Studies (Small Animal Medicine and Surgery), through Murdoch University in Perth. Greg is also an AQIS-accredited vet and is available to prepare your pets for any overseas travel. Greg enjoys all aspects of practice but has an interest in ultrasound and diagnostic imaging, orthopaedic surgery and challenging medical cases. Away from work, Greg is kept very busy with his wife and young son, and his very spoilt whippet, Poppy.

    Dr Greg Behm
  • Karlee Hirakis B.V.Sc

    Karlee graduated from Sydney University in 2013 and joins us after a two year stint working in mixed practice near Lake Macquarie followed by a year working in small animal practice in Sydney at Waterloo.

    She is currently studying a year long distance education course in Feline Medicine so is at the very cutting edge of the newest and best treatments available for all our feline patients.

    Karlee is a local girl, having grown up in Strathfield, and is very excited to meet everyone and look after all your pets.

  • Olivia Hassin B.V.Sc, MVS (Small Animal Medicine and Surgery)

    Olivia starts with us in a part time role - working every Tuesday and every third Saturday. She graduated from Sydeny University in 2001 and since then has worked solely in small animal practice in both Sydney and the United Kingdom, most recently working (for the last 10 years!) at Balmain Vet Hospital in Sydney. In 2010 Olivia completed her Masters Degree in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery and was accredited as a veterinary acupuncturist in 2009 (certified with the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society - IVAS). Olivia comes to us with a wealth of experience in both canine and feline medicine and surgery and is an asset to our practice.

    Outside of work she looks after her two young sons who keep her very busy. As an aside, Olivia is also married to Greg (one of our other vets)!!

  • Melissa Eagle
    Veterinary Nurse

    I have been working in the veterinary industry since 1995 and have loved every minute of it! I started my career as a kennel hand whilst still at school, before moving into veterinary nursing a couple of years later. I have two children who share my passion in animal care. My 15year old daughter wants to follow in my footsteps when she gets older. As well as the 2 legged children I have 2 whippets and a beagle cross. My favourite part of nursing is assisting with medical and diagnostic procedures to help animals get back on all four feet as quickly as possible.


  • Ashleigh Grace
    Veterinary Nurse

    I began working in the veterinary industry in 2006, working as a kennel hand. After completing my HSC I then went on to complete my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. I began working at Enfield in 2011 for 2 years, and then left to work in WA. When I came back to NSW in 2015 I realised how much I missed nursing and was excited to start working at Enfield Vet part time again. I have also completed by Diploma in Beauty Therapy and hope to work in both fields.

    My favourite aspect of the job is definitely surgical nursing, but I am passionate about matching our pound animals to appropriate families. At home I live with my boyfriend Alastair and have an 11 year old grumpy rescue dog called Snoopy who was our foster fail from our time WA.

  • Rebecca O'Hara
    Veterinary Nurse

    Rebecca joined us here at Enfield Veterinary Hospital while undertaking work placement for her nursing studies. She has quickly proven herself to be a valuable member of the team and has even adopted her new dog Daisy from our pound!

  • Ashleigh Markland

    (coming soon)

  • Dana Georgevsky
    Veterinary Nurse

    I have been working at Enfield Vet since 2009. My background was as an emergency and critical care nurse in a Newcastle emergency practice before moving to Sydney to start a Bachelor of Veterinary Bioscience at Sydney University.

    I work at EVH part-time, while working full-time in medical research. I love to see and interact with all the wonderful animal patients (especially if they are Rottweilers!!). Outside of work, I spend as much time as possible with my spoilt Rottweiler, India-Rose.

  • Elias Christofi
    Kennel Assistant

    I work as a part-time animal attendant/receptionist at Enfield while I'm studying at university. I have been working at Enfield since late 2005. My job gives me lots of great opportunities to interact with all our boarding animals and their owners and I look forward to seeing you and your pets when I'm at work.

  • Anthony Porteous
    Kennel Assistant

    Anthony helps look after all our boarders and hospital patients alternate weekends to Elias. 

  • In Memorium


    Sonic was a stray kitten who adopted EVH in 2003, and was quickly promoted to the reception supervisor position. Sonic's favourite hobbies were lizard watching, sleeping, teasing dogs, chewing paper, and drinking out of staff coffee mugs! She got her name because of her very special double ear lobes. Sonic became very ill soon at a young age when she collapsed and became gravely ill. Blood tests indicated acute kidney failure and treatment was started immediately.She made a full recovery and went on to live a happy & healthy life for 12years, before developing chronic renal failure. 




    Wilson was adopted by the clinic at a young age after requiring intensive treatment for a skin condition & the discovery that he and Sonic got along quite well. Never quite as agile as Sonic, Wilson tended to patrol the lower levels of the clinic, preferring to walk up to and greet as many patients as he could (whether they liked it or not!). After suffering a spinal injury and undergoing surgery, Wilson's mobility deteriorated and when he became paralysed the decision was made to end his suffering and put him to rest.