Roma Veterinary Clinic

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Meet Our Team

Here at the Roma Veterinary Clinic we pride ourselves on our friendly and capable staff. We have a group that we feel are well rounded and each member brings to the table unique individual skills and passions, meaning that we are able to help all creatures great and small. We currently have a 7 vet team, with another 7 support staff to ensure that all of your animal health needs are met!


Will Nason

Veterinarian (BVSc (Hons) 2003)

Will graduated from the University of Queensland in 2003.  He started work at the Roma Veterinary Clinic as a graduate, and stayed for two and a half years.  After two years working in Europe, Will returned to Roma Veterinary Clinic and purchased half the practice in early 2011.

Will is Roma born and bred, and is very keen on all facets of mixed practice.

Will is an accredited Australian Cattle Vet (ACV) pregnancy tester and examiner, and is also accredited for  ACV Bull Breeding Soundness Evaluation.  He has attended multiple post graduate workshops and conferences, including a 5 day intensive equine dentistry workshop.

Tim McClymont

Veterinarian (BVSc (Hons) 2011)

Tim graduated from the University of Queensland in 2011 with honours.  He started at the Roma Veterinary Clinic as a graduate, and has loved the challenge so much he never left.  Tim became a co-owner of The Roma Veterinary clinic in 2016.

Tim grew up near Bollon, and thoroughly enjoys all areas of mixed practice, especially concentrating on production animals and helping primary producers get the best results out of their animal based operations.

He is Australian Cattle Veterinarian (ACV) accredited pregnancy tester and also an ACV accredited for Bull Breeding Soundness evaluations.  He has attended a post-graduate course in equine dentistry and ultrasound pregnancy testing in cattle. 

Caron Brindley

Veterinarian (BVSc. (Hons))

Caron graduated from the University of Queensland in 1991 and has a wealth of experience and knowledge in small animal practice from over 24 years in the industry.

She enjoys all facets of small animal practice, which has helped drive her to obtaining her membership in small animal medicine.

Originally from Brisbane, Caron has now lived in Roma for well over a decade and enjoys the rural lifestyle and amazing, friendly people.

Christy Knight

Veterinarian (BVSc (2013))

Christy joined the staff at Roma Vet Clinic in May 2016, having completing her first 2 years of practice in southeast Queensland. There she gained experience in all areas mixed practice, in particular equine neonatal (foal) medicine and working with performance horses.

Christy's family hail from Injune, and she enjoys horseriding and travelling. 

Tai Finch

Veterinarian (BVSc (2016))

Tai is a Roma born and bred vet who graduated from UQ Gatton in 2016.

Tai enjoys all areas of mixed practice, and is quickly establishing herself a reputation from our clients as a handy mixed practice vet.

Tai has quickly become an integral part of the team with her extensive knowledge and keen attitude. 


Abby Guthrie

Veterinarian (BVSc. )

Abby was born and bred in Blackall and enjoys all areas of mixed practice. She graduated from the James Cook University, Townsville, in 2013 and has worked in mixed practice since graduation, in Roma and Rolleston. Abby started with us at Roma Vet Clinic in 2018.

Abby enjoys clay target shooting and spending time with friends and family.

Abby is an accredited Australian Cattle Vet (ACV) pregnancy tester and is also accredited for  ACV Bull Breeding Soundness Evaluation.  She has also completed a short equine dentistry workshop.

Tom Kirby

Veterinarian (BVSc)

Tom Graduated from James Cook University in 2019 and started with the Roma Veterinary Clinic in January 2020. Originally from Emerald, Tom enjoys all areas of mixed practice. He is most interested in cattle production, equine reproduction and small animal surgery. While at JCU university, Tom was awarded both the beef cattle medicine award and Dux of his year. 

In 2020, Tom is working towards becoming an Australian Cattle Vets accredited pregnacy tester and bull tester. He is also completing a post graduate course in equine dentistry in March 2020. 

In his spare time Tom enjoys running and playing footy, as well as supporting the Broncos and Reds. He also enjoys four wheel driving and fishing. 

Samantha Eakin

Veterinary Practice Manager (Certificate II and III Business Administration)

Samantha is our Practice Manager, and handles the day-to-day running of Roma Veterinary Clinic, as well as the managerial and accounts department.

Samantha started at the Roma Vet Clinic in February 2005 after finishing as a veterinary nurse at Herriot House in Toowoomba, and has become an essential part of our clinic. She is always a friendly face and proves very efficient at handling any request you may have.


Jane Rowbotham

Veterinary Nurse

Jane is a born and raised local, hailing from a property between Roma and Wallumbilla. She enjoys all facets of horse work, and enjoys riding on her time off. 

Jane completed the horse course at Longreach Ag College in 2015, and then worked on a station near Burketown in far north QLD. 

In 2019, Jane was awarded the Maree Bunt customer service award at the Maranoa Business awards ceremony. 

Jazmin Silva

Veterinary Nurse (Bachelor of Applied Science (Vet Tech), Certificate IV (vet nursing), Certificate III (agriculture), Certificate II (business))

As you can see, Jazmin has completed several post graduate courses which contibute to her excellent level of service and care at the clinic. In 2016, she completed her Bachelor of Applied Science (Vet Tech), making her a great asset to our dynamic nursing team.

She is Roma born and bred, and in her spare time enjoys all things horse related. 

Raquel Clunes

Veterinary Nurse

Raquel joined the RVC team at the end of 2019, after previsouly working at Herriot House vet clinic in Toowoomba. She is currently studying a cert IV in veterinary nursing, and particularly enjoys surgical care. In her spare time she enjoys training her border collie and horse riding.

Grace Taylor

Trainee Nurse (Certificate IV in Vet Nursing (underway))

Grace joined the team at the Roma Vet Clinic in 2015 and a junior animal attendant and kennel hand. Since then Grace has also begun her Certificate IV in veterinary Nursing.

Grace grew up on a property in the Arcadia Valley north of Injune, and thoroughly enjoys playing polocrosse on her weekends

Olivia Struber

Kennel Hand

Olivia began at the Roma Vet Clinic as a kennel hand after school. Her family lives near Amby, west of roma.  

Kaitlin Lucas

Kennel Hand

Kaitlin joined the Roma Vet Clinic in 2017, where she was involved in helping out around the boarding kennels after school. 

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