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Graduated from Michigan State University in 2006 with a Bachelors in Veterinary Science and a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. She then went on to complete an internship in equine surgery in Lexington, Kentucky in 2007, followed by an internship in equine reproduction in New South Wales, Australia in 2008. While in Australia, Megan also practiced in small animal medicine and surgery. She stayed in small animal practice both in the US and Ireland for another 8 years before completing a British Small Animal Veterinary Association postgraduate certificate in small animal surgery in 2016. She joined the team at Faxbridge Veterinary Hospital in 2009. Megan takes a special interest in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery and emergency medicine. She has two happy and energetic dogs named Nina and Rua.
BVSc DVM BSAVA SAS Cert.
MVB, MRCVS, BSAVA Cert SA Medicine, ANZCVS Feline Medicine, PgC SA Cardiology, PgC SA Diagnostic Imaging.
Gemma qualified as a veterinary surgeon with honours in 2007 from University College Dublin. She worked in a number of busy primary care and referral hospitals in London for 7 years where she concurrently studied for four postgraduate certificates at Masters level in Small Animal Medicine, Cardiology, Feline Medicine and Diagnostic Imaging.
Gemma returned home to Ireland, with her husband and two cats, and began working in Gilabbey Veterinary Hospital in Cork in 2015.
She specialises in the diagnosis of difficult and complicated cardiorespiratory and medical cases. Ultrasound can be used to investigate most illnesses and heart conditions.
Her medical, cardiology and diagnostic imaging specialities complement each other and allow her to provide a clinical interpretation with each ultrasound performed, as well as advice regarding case management. The referring vet will receive a detailed report with the scan images and a written summary.
She is friendly, caring and professional.
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