At Tatura Vet Clinic, we aim to provide a comprehensive, professional and compassionate veterinary service. We recognise the significance of your pets and the place they hold in your family. Our animal health care team will offer education, advice and care to ensure your pet has the longest, happiest and healthiest life possible. We would like to welcome you and your pets to meet our team at anytime.

Meet our team
Dr Philip Stammers
  • BVSc (Hons)

Phil graduated from Melbourne University in 1976.  He commenced at Tatura Veterinary Clinic in 1978, after a short stint in the city as a small animal clinician.  He joined the Partnership in the mid 1980’s and is the longest serving member of the team.  Phil is a mixed animal clinician, mainly alpacas and small animals, with a special interest in alpaca medicine and surgery.  He enjoys tennis, waterskiing, and lives in Tatura with his wife Jenny and three children.

Dr Ian Gill
  • BVSc

Ian joined the practice in 1992 to develop his interest in dairy herd medicine (in particular mastitis, reproduction and other economically important diseases), clinical medicine, obstetrics and surgery.  He also enjoys dealing with emergency problems in horses, alpacas, dogs and cats.

Ian is married to Geraldine and has two adult daughters.  In his spare time he enjoys skiing, hunting, fishing, a glass of red with dinner and barracking for the Bombers.  He has reluctantly given up his regular morning run and begun walking his dog Bella instead, but is hopeful this is only a temporary arrangement!

Dr Jill Clapperton
  • BVSc (Hons)

Jill graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1990. She began her career in mixed practice at Tatura, and then worked in England, Kyabram and various other locations around Victoria before returning to Tatura in 1998.  She obtained membership (by examination) of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in Small Animal Medicine in 1999 and has also completed post graduate courses in Dermatology, Small Animal and Emergency Medicine. Jill currently works two days per week at the Tatura clinic and one Saturday per month in Mooroopna.

Dr Claire Rolston
  • BVBio
  • BVSc

Claire grew up on a dairy farm in New Zealand before making the move to Australia in 2008 with her family. Currently her family have a dairy farm in Cobram which Claire spend much of her time there helping out. Claire has a strong interest in mixed practice particularly in everything dairy. In her spare time, Claire can be found helping out at home or riding her horse. 

Megan Austin
Practice Manager

Megan has been with the Tatura and Mooroopna Vet Clinics for 10 years. She started as a Veterinary Nurse at Tatura Vet Clinic and has worked at both the Mooroopna and Tatura clinics during her time here.

Vet Nurse
Our Receptionists

Our receptionists are Lisa and Maria. They are the cheerful voice on the end of the phone and the first friendly face to greet you when you come into our clinic.