Dr. Elaine obtained a scholarship to study veterinary medicine at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. During her years in Cambridge, she also obtained MPhil in History and Philosophy of Science.
Dr. Elaine became a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons upon her graduation in 2001. She is a certified acupuncturist by IVAS (International Veterinary Acupuncture Society) and has now practiced acupuncture with very good results for more than 10 years. She is an active participant in world class surgery workshops and congresses internationally.She is a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary by examination in Small Animal Surgery and an Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery at the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Dr. Elaine worked at SPCA in Hong Kong for 2 years after her graduation. Before joining Concordia, she spent 13 years working at Peace Avenue Veterinary Clinic (now City University PAVC), where she accumulates her experience treating the local canine and feline population. She is excited to have this opportunity to provide caring and personal customer experience as well as advanced veterinary service.
Interest: Surgery and Acupuncture.
Dr. Cheryl grew up in Hong Kong and has wanted to be a veterinarian every since her family and friends could remember. During her time in vet school, she was keen to see the world and travelled to Thailand, South Africa, China and the US to gain work experience. She was also an exchange student at the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital. In 2014, she graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh (UK), and in 2013, she passed the North America Veterinary Licensing Exam.
After graduation, she worked at PAVC in Hong Kong including an internship in Internal Medicine and spent several months at the Emergency & Critical Care (ECC) department at Cornell University Hospital for Animals in New York. She hopes to further pursue in ECC, Internal Medicine and ultrasonography, and is currently working towards attaining Membership in ECC at the ANZCVS and Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice in Small Animal Medicine through the RCVS.
Dr Cheryl. is very excited to join the team at Concordia Pet Care. She believes in the importance of client communication, and strives to bring our furry friends the care that they deserve. Outside of the clinic, she is an avid yogi, violinist, scuba diver, NatGeo fan, and servant to her cat, Ru (named after Rudolph for her pink nose), a domestic shorthaired who adopted her human in the states.
Interest: Emergency & Critical Care and Internal Medicine