Our Veterinarians

Dr Greg Muir

Veterinarian B.V.Sc M.A.C.V.Sc (Hons) 

Greg has wanted to be a veterinarian since his school days and has always had animals in the house growing up. Greg attended Sydney University and graduated with first class honors in 1990. He then worked in a mixed practice in Rockhampton before moving to England for two years to work in a small animal practice. After returning to Australia and working in Townsville for a short period, Greg then purchased the Alma Street Veterinary Surgery in 1998.

Lenore Stewart

Practice Manager 

Lenore began her Vet Nursing career in Mackay before traveling Australia with her husband for a number of years, working on cattle stations. Together they eventually settled on a small property outside Rockhampton where Lenore continued on with her vet nursing. Lenore then attained her Certificate in vet nursing and went on to also complete her Certificate in Practice Management which led her to become the Practice Manager at Alma Street Veterinary Hospital, a position she has held for many years now. Lenore enjoys seeing and meeting all the clients and their pets who visit Alma Street Veterinary Hospital. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband, the dog, cat, cockatoo and several horses.

Dr Susan Connor

Veterinarian B.V.Sc (Hons) 

Susan grew up on a large cattle property which ignited her desire to become a veterinarian and in 1992 graduated from Queensland University with a B.V.Sc (Hons). Susan has stayed working within the Rockhampton region since graduating, firstly in a mixed practice for ten years however her love for small animals brought her to join the team here at Alma Street Veterinary Hospital in 2002. Susan and her husband are the proud parents of three beautiful children and now live on a cattle property west of Rockhampton. Included in their family are three cats, two dogs plus numerous horses and cattle. As a veterinarian Susan loves the satisfaction of helping people’s beloved pets and developing a personal relationship with both owner and pet.

Dr Cecelia Grundy


Cecelia started with Alma Street Veterinary Hospital in February 2012

Dr Nic Spooner


Nic is a holistic veterinarian who is passionate about integrating veterinary medicine with alternative therapies. Originally from a cattle property in Central Queensland, Nic graduated from the University of Queensland in 2001. She completed a small animal internship at Queensland Veterinary Specialists in 2004 and obtained her membership of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in Small Animal Emergency Medicine and Critical Care in 2005. Over the past 16 years she has worked in mixed, small animal, emergency and specialist practices. She is now completing her Graduate Diplomas in Western Veterinary Herbal Medicine and Veterinary Acupuncture and has a special interest in holistic nutrition. Nic has been working at Alma Street Veterinary Hospital on a casual basis since 2010 and will now be offering integrative medicine consults where she will create holistic wellness plans for her patients combining a conventional approach to diagnosis and treatment with natural nutrition, supplementation, exercise, environmental and stress management, physical therapies and alternative therapies including western herbs and acupuncture. She is excited to introduce other complementary and alternative modalities in the future. Nic lives in Yeppoon with her three children, their cat Slinky Malinki and some pampered sussex hens.

Dr Jamie Tighe


Jamie attended the University of Queensland in Brisbane and graduated with honours in 1995. She worked in a mixed practice in South Australia for two years then moved to Melbourne to pursue a career as a small animal practitioner. After 9 years in Melbourne she moved north to Rockhampton to be close to family and friends.

Dr Kate Sollars


Kate grew up in Hampshire, England and graduated from Bristol University in 2009. In search of some sunshine she moved to mid north coast NSW soon after graduating and began her career as a mixed practice vet. After developing an interest in surgery Kate moved to Sydney to do a surgical internship and passed her membership exams in small animal surgery 2013. Kate joined the team at Alma Street in November 2013 and is loving the Queensland weather! She has a special interest in small animal surgery, including orthopedics, soft tissue surgery and wound management. Kate and her husband Rob have two very spoilt dogs called Donkey and Skye who enjoy chasing tennis balls and long walks on the beach.

Dr Naomi Fisher

Veterinarian B.V.Sc BIOMED Sc

Started in January 2015

Dr Zoe Wynter

Veterinarian We welcome the lovely Dr Zoe Wynter to our staff. Zoe joined us in February 2018, is a graduate from University Queensland, Brisbane.

Dr Claire Orford


Our vets at Alma Street Veterinary Hospital are quite involved with the ongoing health of the residents of the Rockhampton Zoo and the local Turtle Research Centre.

In this video, our vet Dr Greg Muir performs a health check on our local zoo chimp, Cassius.

Check out that smile after the health check is complete!

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