Meet The Team
Passion, Practicalty, Professionalism
We are very proud to have such a knowledgeable and talented group of staff at the Pittsworth Veterinary Surgery. Our team consists of dedicated vets and nurses with up to 30 years experience.
Everyone Is Committed To Providing High Quality Veterinary Care, and regularly undertake continued education, such as seminars and conferences, to better the information and service available to clients.
Dr Stephen Fogarty BVSc
Stephen graduated from UQ with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science, and a Masters in Agriculture in 1986. He has worked in various mixed practice rolls around Australia before opening the Pittsworth Vet Surgery.
Stephen is accredited for Bull testing and Cattle Pregnancy Testing through the Australian Cattle Vets. He lives in town with his wife, Kate, boys Patrick and Tim and the families His labrador Alfred also happens to be our favourite clinic blood donor.
Dr Megan Smith BVSc
Megan started with us fresh out of Uni as a New Grad in 2007. She’s had some small breaks over the years to have her lovely children, Cooper and Oliver and tried out Western Australian life! Fortunately for us, Pittsworth was just too hard to leave and she came back to work part time.
Megan’s veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery and cattle work. She lives with her husband, Dave, 2 boys and has 3 dogs, Angel, Heidi and Bodette.
Dr Rosie BVSc
Rosie started with us as a New Grad, fresh out of Uni in early 2016. Rosie grew up in Roma & has had a passion for animals since a child. In her spare time she enjoys riding horses & helping her husband Jordan manage their herd of cattle.
She is a proud mum to an English Staffy named Tilly & Golden Retriever Ben. Rosie is soon to go on maternity leave at the end of the year to have their first child. Goodluck Rosie and Jordan!
Dr Stacey BVSc
Stacey has recently joined our team of vets in November 2019. Stacey graduated from UQ Gatton in 2017 and has been working out at Chincilla. Stacey has a keen interest in large animals and wildlife and enjoys riding horses and hanging out with her husband Brad.
Stacey helps her parents out quite a lot at their property at Kingaroy. Stacey and Brad have a blossoming tribe of pets; 3 Border Collies, 1 cat, 13 horses and 1 guinea fowl Simon. We look forward to having her work with us.
Charlie has graduated to us from James Cook University at Townsville after growing up in Yepoon. He has a partner Mika, a dog Roy, a cat Whiskey and a horse Libby. Charlie is very interested in large animal reproduction as well as all aspects of small animal practice. He enjoys horse riding, camping and fishing in his spare time. Charlie looks forward to meeting you next time you are needing our services.
Jeanett works as a part-time veterinary nurse and has been with us since 2013. She has a special interest in animal welfare, and has many years of experience with animals.
Outside work she enjoys her gardening and spending time with her grandchildren. Jeanett lives on a property near Mt Tyson with an array of animals.
Emma is veterinary nurse here at the clinic, graduating from University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Veterinary Technology. She enjoys surgical nursing and large animal practice in particular.
She lives at Felton with her husband Nathan and her 3 young boys, along with her lovely Angus cows, her dogs Boof, Cedric and Chase and her cat, Mufasa.
Gina began work with us in early 2007 with a short break to pursue other adventures. During her time here she’s completed her Cert 2 in Companion Animal Services and Cert 4 in Veterinary Nursing.
She lives on small acreage near Pittsworth with her husband, Jason and a menagerie of pet animals.
Sandy is our practice manager at the clinic and has been here since early 2007. She grew up in the Barossa Valley on her families property, before moving up to the good country in 2006.
She has a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing, and has extensive nursing experience. She lives in Athol with her husband Paul. She has Winnie, the Smithfield Cattle dog, who loves to come visit us at the clinic.