Dr. Helen Greenhalgh BVSc
Originally a Samford girl, Dr Greenhalgh came to the Gold Coast in 1990 and opened Hope Island Veterinary Surgery in 1998 to provide compassionate, progressive medical care for pets, and personal service for their owners. Her aim is to treat every pet as if it were her own, providing the optimum in preventative health care programs, regular health testing and intervention strategies for early disease states and to provide aggressive testing and diagnostics for ill patients. Her interests include general medicine and surgery, dentistry and preventative health care. She currently shares her home with Ruby and grand fur-babies Shelby, Grace Elizabeth and Charles Sebastian.
Dr Maurice Chan BVSc
Graduating from the University of Queensland in 2019, Dr Maurice is originally from Hong Kong, and always knew he wanted to be a vet. He is passionate about pets and ensuring they get the care and treatment they need. Going to vet school was the "best decision of his life".
His special interests are internal medicine, diagnostic imaging and emergency.
When he's not working, Dr Maurice enjoys hiking, camping and photography, and he loves the beaches and ocean.
Dr Justin Chan BVSc
Graduating from the University of Queensland in 2018, Dr Justin is originally from Hong Kong but has been in Australia for 10 years. Justin's aim is to create a lifestyle for furry friends to maximise their wellbeing through preventative health. Justin's greatest motivation as a vet is to enrich his exposure in a professional clinical practice that will provide a pillar foundation for his pursuit of a multifaceted career with specialization in small animal surgery.
Dr Justin is a passionate, outdoor fanatic who can be found surfing waves, diving, exploring bush tracks and camping.