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Altona Veterinary Clinic
97 Pier Street
Vic 3018

03 9398 3333
03 9315 9504
  • Dr Adam Campbell
    Veterinarian - BVSc (Hons)

    Adam Graduated from Melbourne in 1997 with honours and after working in mixed practice for 4 years decided to concentrate on small animals. Adam spent 3 years working in England and gained vital experience in running a veterinary clinic and also in small 'furry' medicine and surgery including ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs and rodents.

    Adam has spent the last 4 years working in small animal practice in Glenhuntly before coming across the bridge to work in Altona. Kate and Adam both grew up in the same town in NSW and graduated together in 1997 from Melbourne. He became a partner of Altona Vet Clinic in October 2009.

    Adam completed a year long postgraduate course in 2006 in small animal medicine but also has a keen interest in all aspects of small animal surgery.

    His interests outside of work are fishing, AFL, tennis and cricket (really anything with a bat or ball). In the last few years Adam and his wife Sally have had their hands full with two bubbly daughters Olivia and Georgia and a 5 year old Lab called Wolfgang.

  • Dr Dennis Wormald
    Veterinarian BVSc (hons) BBSc BSc (hons)

    Dennis completed his veterinary science degree in 2010 with honours at Melbourne university. He worked full time for 2 years as a small animal vet, with a special interest in dog behaviour. In 2013 he began his PhD candidature in the faculty of veterinary science at Melbourne University. His Phd is focusing on understanding the causes of behaviour problems in dogs (specifically those causes that are NOT related to the owner!). 

    Shortly after returning to university, Dennis started work on Saturdays at Altona Vet Clinic. He enjoys helping cats and dogs to feel better, and overcome their fear of the vet. Dennis has a golden Labrador named Freya who is an Australian Customs foster dog, and will be leaving him in a few months to start her career as a sniffer dog!

  • Dr Adeline Setijadi
    Veterinarian BVSc MANZCVS

    Adeline started working as a small animal vet in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne after graduating from Melbourne University in 2007. After taking a few months off to travel in Japan, she came back to Melbourne in 2012 and worked in a 24 hour vet emergency centre. In 2014, Adeline passed an exam to become a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientist in the field of emergency and critical care. She joined the team at Altona vet clinic in July 2014.

    Outside of work, Adeline loves going on a culinary adventure and spending time with her lazy 7 year old Labrador named Mac