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34 Goggs Rd

Weeknights: From 6pm
Weekends: Fri 6pm until Mon 8am
Public Holidays: 24 Hours

No appointment required.

Welcome to Jindalee

With a team that rotates frequently between the Jindalee and Underwood hospital (think, twice the amount of friends!), you’ll be joining a team that really wants to make a difference to the quality of life of their patients.

On a busy day, the team can see in excess of 30+ patients, presenting with emergencies such as GDV, car accidents, dog attack injuries, snake envenomation, tick paralysis, and more.

Jindalee is home to some of the best shopping in Brisbane, with the AES hospital so close to the DFO, you’ll be shopping till your heart’s content on days off.

Just 30 minutes east is Westfield Carindale – abundant with shops and eateries, or take a hike at Mount Nebo (just a 45-minute drive away).

You could also choose to head into the CBD, just a stone’s throw from the hospital where there are many cultural experiences to be had – the Gallery of Modern Art, the Museum, into Southbank for a swim with the family, or to Grey St where you’ll find the most eclectic array of cafes and restaurants.

As an emergency vet professional you’ll be able to take advantage of working shift work, where you’ll have the daytime to run errands and explore places around the local area.

We love events, especially local events, and we love being a part of professional development for our fellow colleagues.

In fact, it’s likely you’ve taken part in one of our seminars or have been to one of our webinars, before coming to work with us!

Get in touch with us today for a tour around the hospital and to see if this is the right place for you.

our core values

  • Compassion for our clients, patients and fellow team members
  • Collaboration within the team to benefit our clients, their pets and the profession as a whole
  • Commitment to the team and to delivering exceptional client experience and patient care
  • Contribution to each other and the wider profession
  • Courage to do and say what is needed and to innovate and push the boundaries
  • Courage to be comfortable with the uncomfortable, speak up when needing help, and show vulnerability. We strive to be approachable, actively listen and encourage people to actively speak up.


Kate Wesche

Assistant Nurse Manager

Kate is a Veterinary Nurse who gained her qualification whilst working in a large mixed practice in her¬†hometown of Mackay. She has worked with dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, horses, cattle, […]

Dr Geoffrey Dodds

Hospital Director Jindalee

Geoffrey had a fascination with animals and the natural world ever since he can remember. In 2006, he completed a Bachelor of Science, with a major in zoology. Geoffrey then […]

Dr Rob Webster

Director & Veterinary Specialist

In 2014 Dr Rob Webster became a specialist in veterinary emergency medicine and critical care. Rob has been working full-time as an emergency vet for 14 years, and his training […]

Dr Simon Lemin


Dr Simon Lemin graduated from the University of Queensland in 1990 and after seven years in general practice, switched to the challenges and stimulation of emergency practice. He joined forces […]