Unit 3, 162 Wanneroo Road

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

No appointment required.

Welcome to Yokine


Perth Vet Emergency is situated just a short drive from the centre of Perth in Yokine and is in a central location for servicing the surrounding areas wide and far.

The emergency hospital at Yokine is home to more than 60 team members including vets, vet nurses, and support team members. No two shifts are the same at Perth Vet Emergency, with the team offering emergency treatment and care to patients with a wide range of illnesses and injuries.

Its central location to the CBD and some of the best beaches in Australia makes it the perfect lifestyle to consider for your next home and workplace.

The city is home is to King’s Park and is just a few hours’ drive from the region’s picturesque Southwest, world-renowned wildflower trails, surf-coasts, and the rich cultural history of the north.

The dedicated team at Perth Vet Emergency pride themselves on providing the highest standards of care and professionalism to their patients and their families. The hospital is equipped with an ultrasound machine, digital radiography, and in-house blood machines.

Support is always available for staff, with continuing education opportunities available and membership qualified vets on the team.

Additionally, the team strives to uphold the core values of Perth Vet Emergency, these being Excellence, Respect, Integrity, and Care & Collaboration.

Get in touch with us today for a tour around the hospital and to see if it’s the right fit for you.

Our Core Values

  • Excellence – We are a passionate team of professionals that strive to deliver excellence in everything we do.
  • Respect – We are considerate and thoughtful in all our communications and are mindful of how our actions may impact others.
  • Integrity – We are open and honest and have the courage to hold ourselves and each other accountable.
  • Care & Collaboration – We value the connection between our team, our patients, their families, and our veterinary colleagues.
    Nurturing the strength of these relationships enables us to provide the best possible care for all.


Kim Gorey

Veterinary Nurse Manager

Kim Gorey always knew she wanted to be the voice for those who don’t have a voice, but she new emergency medicine was her calling after falling in love with […]

Marie Browne

Client Care Manager

For Client Care Manager Marie Browne, she has always loved animals as far back as she can remember and it was never even a question that she would have a […]

Dr Stephanie Pattison

Clinical Manager

After graduating from Murdoch University with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Biology and a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery in 2010, Dr Stephanie Pattison spent some time working […]

Caroline Rattenbury

Operations Manager

After a 20 year career in banking and a three-year break on parental leave, Caroline happened upon her dream role via an innocent internet browse and wouldn’t look back. Her […]

Dr Penny Seet

Hospital Director PVE

Just like many vets, Dr Penny Seet decided at a young age that being a veterinarian was exactly what she wanted to do. She was furious her parents wouldn’t let […]