After practicing as a specialist in referral hospitals for nearly a decade, Clint has started Insight to deliver specialist quality services to your clinic.
Dr Clint Yudelman
Insight was created by Dr. Clint Yudelman. Clint is a registered Specialist in Small Animal Medicine and a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists. Clint has been practicing as a small animal veterinarian in Australia in specialist 24-hour hospitals for a decade.
Clint graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2009 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours). In his first year as a qualified Veterinarian, Clint performed a rotating internship at Queensland Veterinary Specialists in Brisbane in 2010 before returning home to Melbourne in 2011. Over the next five years, Clint completed a 12-month Small Animal Medicine internship followed by a four-year residency training program. In 2015, Clint passed his specialist examinations and has been practicing as a medical specialist since.
In 2018, Clint started Insight with the aim to deliver specialist quality services to your practice and to further reach out to the general veterinary community. Clint’s gentle and compassionate approach, work ethic and expertise in solving complex medical problems make him a great option for your patients.
Clint has been active in providing continuing education to the veterinary community over the last few years, speaking at national and international conferences both in Australia and overseas. Clint has been a regular presenter at Science week, the national AVA conference and FASAVA. Clint has produced regular talks for Hill’s, Zoetis, Boehringer Ingelheim and ASAP laboratories and has also been an examiner for the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists.
Danni brings a wealth of administration experience to the business.
Danni has been around pets her whole life and has a special connection to them. She will be available, with her friendly manner and warm inviting approach, to schedule appointments and help get Insight to your clinic as quickly as you require.
Dr James Taylor
James graduated from Melbourne University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science. He subsequently spent several years in various private clinics around Melbourne before moving to the UK in 2012. While working in an inspiring RCVS accredited small animal clinic under the tutelage of a medicine specialist, James honed his skills in ultrasonography which he complemented by undertaking a 2-year post graduate certificate in Internal Medicine and Advanced Ultrasonography course through Improve International.
After 5 years in the UK, James returned to Melbourne to be closer to family and took on the role as an Ultrasonographer at his current clinic.
James brings a wealth of medical knowledge and imaging skills to the Insight team.
Dr Paul Crocker
Paul Graduated from Melbourne University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc) degree. Paul spent the early part of his veterinary career in the UK. On returning to Australia, Paul narrowed his focus to Small Animal Internal Medicine.
He soon found himself lecturing and practicing in Internal Medicine at Adelaide University. In 2017, Paul moved to Melbourne where he undertook a Residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine.
In the last seven years, Paul has attained membership to the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Small Animal Internal Medicine, Emergency and Critical Care Medicine and Small Animal Radiology. Paul has cultivated a deep and sustained interest in diagnostic imaging and ultrasound, advanced medical imaging and interventional radiology.
Paul and his partner have a young Border Terrier called Peanut to keep them entertained.
Dr Gavin Stone
Gavin graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2013 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science and began practicing small animal medicine in several different clinics across both regional and metropolitan Melbourne. Early in his career, Gavin developed an interest in ultrasound and soon became the principal ultrasonographer in several of his previous practices. Gavin brings broad knowledge and experience in internal medicine and small animal ultrasonography.
Gavin is very fond of cats with two adopted strays at home to keep him busy. He also enjoys reading, video games, cheeky jokes, anything Star Wars and a choc-top at the cinema.
Maddie started working within Insight from August 2019. She gained her certificate IV in Veterinary nursing in 2009. Maddie has a strong interest in animal medicine and canine behaviour. Maddie’s passion has always been animals and animal welfare and has raised many orphaned possums and kittens.
Maddie is also a passionate volunteer for Sea Shepherd Conservation. Maddie has a small menagerie of pets and spends her down time training and competing in performance sports with her Australian Shepherds Wylie and Radical.
Ashleigh gained her veterinary nursing certificate in 2008 in New Zealand, then made the move across the Tasman in 2018 where she now considers Geelong home.
Ashleigh enjoys all aspects that veterinary nursing brings and has a keen interest for internal medicine and nutrition. She is also a big advocate for continuing education.
When not working, she’s either looking after her household of geriatric pets: “Keilah” a Jack Russell x Springer spaniel, and DMH foster fail brothers “Scooter” and “Maximus”; scoping out the next best coffee spot or spending time with family.
Sissi has been part of the pet industry for over 10 years. She qualified as a Veterinary nurse in 2018. Before that, she was the manager of a pet grooming salon. While she worked in an animal hospital in the Eastern suburbs, she obtained her certificate IV qualifications in 2022.
Sissi thoroughly enjoys developing her skills and knowledge in surgical nursing and her areas of interest include anaesthetics, imaging and pathology.
Outside of work, she enjoys grooming her three toy poodles. She also spends time with her two children and her cockatiels.
Makayla is a qualified veterinary nurse with six years of experience in the field. She completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2018 and has since developed a keen interest in diagnostics and pathology. Makayla is deeply committed to animal welfare and has a particular interest in Australian wildlife rescue and rehabilitation. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her four rescue budgies.
Jodie is a senior veterinary nurse with 13 years experience. She grew up in the western suburbs of Melbourne and had a love for animals from a very young age. As a teenager Jodie volunteered for the RSPCA and in 2010 landed her first job in a local veterinary practice.
I’m 2013 she completed her certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at Victoria University and went on to work in emergency and referral hospitals where she has been able to further her knowledge and gain many skills.
Last year Jodie and her husband welcomed their beautiful daughter into the world.
Also a part of their little family, Bella, the world’s oldest bulldog at almost 13, Donnie, a very shy but loveable Rhodesian Ridgeback and Ella, a slinky little Cornish Rex cat.
Jodie enjoys ultrasound and endoscopy work and is a welcome addition to the Insight nursing tream.
Rachel is a Certificate IV qualified veterinary nurse with over 7 years of experience in small animal clinics. Rachel is a dedicated and knowledgeable member of the administration team. Rachel strives to provide the best outcome for clinics and their patients. She has a feisty 14-year-old Pomeranian, José, and two cats, Fred and Luna, who are all rescue pets in a long line of foster fails.