Sydney Road Vet 9948 3484 Balgowlah
468A Sydney Road Balgowlah
Ph 9948 3484
About Us

Dr Kay Gerry

Kay has gained a wealth of experience and knowledge working as a locum veterinarian all over Sydney and has worked for several years in the Manly area before opening the practice.

When not at work, Kay likes to attend veterinary lectures, both evening and week-long, and enjoy her family.

Aunty Kay - the early years

Fiona - Veterinary Nurse

Fiona was raised on the Northern Beaches and grew up with cats. She has raised three daughter. For 12 years Fiona managed a local school canteen where she is still regarded by students as a legend! One day she brought her cats in for vaccination and health checks and ended up with a job.




Sorcha - Veterinary Nurse

Although Sorcha was born in Australia, she was raised in Ireland before coming full circle and settling back in Sydney. She has studied Archaelogy at university and is now completing a degree in Conservation Science and Ecology. She loves all animals, but especially her three large dogs at home. Sorcha hopes to continue in a career involving animals in any shape or form.



Elsa - Veterinary Student

Elsa is a vet student at the University of Sydney. She has a Groodle called Marlo and a cat called Alfie. She really love horses, but also all other animals , including a particular soft spot for cattle and guinea pigs! Outside of vet-land, she also really enjoys playing guitar, attempting to surf and going to parties. ;

Chang - Veterinary Student

Chang was born and raised in China, and she came to Australia for her bachelor degree in Biomedical Engineering. She has always loved animals and medicine. She is now furthering her education in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine course at the University of Sydney. When she is away from her study, she loves the beach and trying new restaurants with friends. Chang wants to be a small animal vet, and she hopes she can also work in zoos around the world.



Piper - Practice Supervisor Feline

Piper was a rescue kitten from the streets of Sydney. She became most proficient in ping pong soccer & fishing rod toy games at a young age. She knows she has big paws to fill at Sydney Road Vets. It seems she was born for the challenge. Her good looks are of the silver tabby type, just like her predecessor. Coincidentally the birthdate the rescue society have given her is the date our Fifi left us to be the Supervisor of Kitty Heaven.