Meet Our Team


Dr. Chris Giummarra

Veterinarian (BVSc)

Chris has been at Hampton Veterinary Hospital since 2008.  He was born and raised in Melbourne, graduating from Melbourne University in 2004.  From University, he went to work in a mixed animal practice in Central Victoria, before returning to the South East of Melbourne and working in a small animal practice for a year.  Chris enjoys all the challenges of general practice, especially surgery and ultrasonography and loves caring for all the beloved 'fur babies' of local families. 

He has a German Short Haired Pointer named 'Calla' and a cat called "Chloe."

He enjoys playing tennis, watching the football (go Dees!) and hanging out with his two young sons.


Dr. Danny Jedwab


Danny graduated from Murdoch University in 1983.  He worked as a locum Veterinarian for a year before working in a clinic in this local area.  He became the practice manager and eventually purchased the practice, then moving it to the current custom-built site of Hampton Veterinary Hospital in 1990.  He wanted to have a Veterinary clinic which was run his way, providing excellent service and care to his clients.

Since graduation, he has continued education in advanced orthopaedics and continues to practice and innovate.

In his spare time his main aim is to try and train his German Short Hair Pointer 'Indy' to stay off the furniture.  He also has a Swiss Shepherd called 'Arlo' and two British Shorthair cats who are mother and son called 'Piper' and 'Shaq'.  Danny also has a keen interest in remote controlled aeroplanes!

Dr. Tanya Crowley


Tanya has been a Veterinarian at Hampton Veterinary Hospital since 1996; having started as a new graduate from Melbourne University.  She gets a profound sense of satisfaction being a vet and helping animals as she knows they are absolutely precious to their owners.  

She loves the familiarity of the clinic and the clients, seeing the full life cycle of many familiar patients and being part of the journey.

Tania works at the clinic part-time and in her spare time she loves cooking (her speciality being lasagne), reading and driving her two teenage children Adam and Hannah around to sporting engagements.  She also has 2 four legged family members, Staffys by the name of Boris and Zara.

Dr Gabi Robinson

Veterinarian (DVM BSc)


Gabi graduated from University of Melbourne in 2017 and started at Hampton Vet Hospital soon after. Gabi enjoys the variety and challenges of working in a busy GP clinic and loves seeing cases through to a successful outcome. 

At home she has a Border Collie called ‘Maxi’ and a cat called ‘Misty’. In her spare time Gabi enjoys going out for dinner, travelling and spending time with her friends, family and pets. 



Veterinary Nurse

Sandra is a Veterinarian from Croatia who wanted to come to Australia and have some new experiences, learn English and see how Veterinary clinics operate here.  She was fortunate to be sponsored by Hampton Veterinary Hospital as a Veterinary Nurse in 2013 and has fallen in love with Australia!

She has a German Short Hair Pointer called 'Duman'.


Veterinary Nurse

Kerry is one of our long standing staff members, having been here since 2007.  She loves the small clinic feel even though the clinic has grown in the time she has been here.  She has also made a lot of friends with both staff and clients and enjoys that each day is different from the last.

She is a mother to two beautiful girls and Newfoundlboys  called "Baker" and "Howie". (lots of grooming involved there!). 

In her spare time she spends her summers and most weekends on the Murray River.  The rest of the time she can be found with her extended family.


Veterinary Nurse

Holly began at Hampton Veterinary Hospital back in 2008, previously designing professional wedding invitations.  She best enjoys orthopaedic surgery.  She loves the one-on-one time she gets with animals and at Hampton Veterinary Hospital she gets to be more involved in the diagnostic process and nursing than other clinics.

Holly loves cats and is well known at the clinic to be the 'Cat Whisperer'.  At home she has a cat called Chloe who has Heterochromia Iridum; one blue eye and one green eye!  She also has a Brittany Spaniel x Irish Setter called Britney.  

In her spare time she loves art, snowboarding, 4 wheel driving and camping!


Veterinary Nurse

Sarah started with the clinic in 2015 as a Trainee Vet Nurse and has been undertaking her Certificate IV in Vet Nursing which she has now completed.  She loves the people around her and especially LOVES the animals she gets to look after on a daily basis.  She is definately a dog person and has a very naughty Maltese x Shih Tzu who is very attention seeking.  It's ironic as she loves big dogs and has ended up with a small one!

Sarah is our clinic "motorhead" and loves cars, motorbikes and adventures!


Veterinary Nurse

Alex first came to the clinic as a high school student in 2013 to do her Duke of Edinborough.  At the clinic she stayed for her bronze and silver and then remained until the end of Year 12 volunteering as she found it so much fun!

She became an official staff member in March 2016 as a trainee Vet Nurse.  As well as working part-time at the clinic, she is studing Science at Melbourne University and considering Veterinary Science after that.  

Her greatest joy at the clinic is watching the journey to wellness in the patients that come to the clinic!


Veterinary Nurse

Brodie has been with the clinic since 2015 as a trainee nurse and has certainly learned from the best.  She has now completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.

Brodie has always been passionate about animals and currently owns fish; 2 Siamese Fighter fish and 2 Guppies.


Veterinary Nurse

Marg Cockburn

Veterinary Nurse

Marg has been a Veterinary Nurse at Hampton Veterinary Hospital since 2004.  Prior to becoming a Veterinary Nurse she was a Teacher and Principal for 30 years!  She uses her teaching skills at the clinic running the amazing Puppy School.

Marg is also a breeder of Weinmeraner dogs.  She also participates in showing, tracking, track and search, retrieving, obedience, rally obedience and endurance.  She is also the Vice President and rescue coordinator for the Weinmeraner Club of Victoria.  She also an obedience instructor at a local obedience club.

Marg has one Weinmeraner called 'Evie'

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