Chelmer Graceville
Veterinary Practice

The Chelmer-Graceville Veterinary Practice became part of the Vetwell family in 2001.

There has been a vet practice in Chelmer-Graceville since the 1970s. It has had several guises over the years—first located at the old Riverside Centre, then 123 Oxley Rd (now White Lady Funerals), and later moving to 316 Oxley Rd, where Vetwell adopted the practice in its very old building. 2005 saw the whole practice moved to purpose-built facilities at 335 Honour Avenue opposite the Graceville train station.

The current practice is now able to offer full service patient care with veterinary and nursing staff on-site six days a week, and boasts a radiology unit; ultrasonography; dedicated surgery suite; in-house biochemistry and haematology analysis; and dedicated hospital facilities.

Vetwell’s groomers, visit the practice throughout the week. For more information on our Grooming services click here.

Staff

Dr Christine Andrews
BVSc(Hons)
Dr Lucy Crane
BVet Med
Dr Priska Elford
BVSc(Hons) MACVSc
Dr Frank Gaschk
BSc BVMS

Services Offered

  • Lifetime and Preventative Healthcare
  • Vaccinations
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Internal Medicine
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Soft Tissue Surgery
  • Dentistry
  • Hospitalisation
  • Medical Imaging and Diagnostics
  • Oncology and Chemotherapy
  • Nutritional Advice and Weight Loss
  • Behaviour Advice
  • Premium Pet Food and Prescription Diets
  • Skin and Coat Care, Hydrobaths and Grooming
  • Flea and Tick Control
  • Heartworm and Parasite Control
  • Exotic Pet Medicine

If we don’t have the service or can’t help you ourselves, we’ll find somebody who can.

Not all veterinary practices offer exactly the same services. The state authority regulates what each practice can do. Some are not allowed to perform surgery, or might not be equipped for radiology or critical care.

Some might not be interested in exotic pets or animal behaviour. Vetwell practices provide access to all the services listed here. Whatever the service, we believe excellence and compassion are essential.