Mosman Vet is owned by Dr Rachele Lowe, Dr Naomi Morgan, and Dr Amy Stewart, and has been run for over 35 years, promoting preventative medicine and wellness for pets of all ages. At Mosman Vet we are proud of our outstanding reputation, which has grown through word-of-mouth advertising alone.
Rachele, Naomi, and Amy head up a dedicated team of associate vets and nurses to provide professional, compassionate and personalised veterinary care with your pet’s interest as our primary focus.
Employing the benefit of a team approach for additional analysis and advice we will venture to earn your trust, loyalty, respect and friendship in the hope to build a long-term partnership by maintaining the highest standards of veterinary care through all stages of your pet’s life.
Dr Rachele Lowe BVSc (Hons)
Rachele has worked at Mosman Veterinary Hospital since 1997, and been an owner of the practice since 1999.
She has an equal love of both dogs and cats, and enjoys all aspects of veterinary work, with a particularly keen interest in dentistry and surgery.
Rachele has travelled internationally to gain further skills in Brachycephalic Airway preventative surgery, the JPS preventative hip surgery, and advanced dental procedures.
Many of you will have seen Rachele in the media, as she spent over 20 years having regular television segments on Channel sevens Sunrise, and The Lifestyle Channel and was a regular columnist for The Sunday Telegraph and New Idea to name a few. She has also written a best selling book on Puppy care.
Rachele lives locally with her family, which includes a menagerie of fabulous pets- Delilah the Staffy, Dudley the Ragdoll and Chunky the domestic long hair cat.
Dr Naomi Morgan BVMS (Hons) CertSAM MANZCVS
Dr Naomi joined Mosman Vet in 2015 after spending eight years working at a busy Sydney Referral and Emergency centre. Dr Naomi is an overseas import, having graduated from the University of Glasgow in 1997, emigrating to Australia in 2007. She shares her home with a husband, 2 children and their new furry friend, Turtle the Greyhound. Naomi completed the U.K. Certificate in Small Animal Medicine in 2003, and in 2016 completed the Australian Membership in Small Animal Medicine.
Naomi’s professional interests include all aspects of Medicine but especially radiology, ultrasonography, endoscopy and surgery. Naomi has recently also become accredited to perform Penn-Hipp scoring in order to identify young dogs at risk of hip dysplasia.
Dr Amy Stewart BVSc (Hons)
Dr Lisa Bennett BVSc (Hons) MANZCVS
Dr Lisa joined our team in 2013 after spending nearly 10 years working in Hong Kong at Nine Lives Cat Hospital. Dr Lisa has a special interest in Feline Medicine and is Membership Qualified in Feline Medicine. With previous experience working in Paddington Cat Hospital and Castle Hill Vet Clinic in earlier years. Lisa is a highly skilled Veterinarian with extensive experience making her very popular with the cat owners of Mosman and the Lower North Shore. Lisa lives in Mosman with her husband, 3 children, 2 beautiful dogs and 4 divine cats!
Dr Suzanne Wu DVM
Dr Katie Yeates BVSc CVA
Katie graduated from Sydney University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science. Prior to joining the team at Mosman in 2017, she has worked as a small animal veterinarian in general practice, the Pet Pharmaceutical industry doing research, marketing and technical services and Pet Insurance.
She has a special interest in alternative therapies and is a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (CVA) through IVAS (International Veterinary Acupuncture Society).
Outside of work she lives with her husband, 3 children and their crazy dog Luna.
Dr Airi Ban DVM
Airi joined the MVH team in 2023 after graduating from the University of Sydney with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
She is originally from Japan but has also lived in the United States where she received her Bachelors in Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. She has specific interests in canine and feline behaviour but is excited to deepen her knowledge in all areas of veterinary medicine. Outside of the clinic, she can be found exploring the Sydney food scene or experimenting in her kitchen.
As part of our ongoing commitment to professional development, our veterinarians have undertaken advanced training in:
- Emergency Medicine
Our nurses and receptionists attend in-house seminars and training courses to provide you with the most up-to-date pet care available.
Last updated on 5 July 2022