Dr. David Moore
B.V.Sc M.Med Vet (Med)
David was born and schooled in the Eastern Cape, at St Andrews college in Grahamstown. He qualified as a veterinary surgeon at Onderstepoort in 1968 and joined the practice immediately after qualifying. He attained a specialist degree in small animal medicine in 1978, and is a registered small animal veterinary physician. He is married to Anne-Marie and they have twin sons and a daughter and are the proud grandparents of three grandchildren. He is an ardent photographer and naturalist.
Dr Brian Romberg
(B.V.Sc (Hons) (Surg))
Brian matriculated from Highlands North Boys High School in 1963 and joined the OGVH immediately after qualifying from Onderstepoort in 1970. He has an honours degree in surgery. He is married to Isabel and they have two sons, a daughter and seven grandchildren. He is a past President of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association and his hobbies include sport, gym and bridge.
Dr Keith Mac William
Keith was born and schooled in Johannesburg, attending St Johns College. He qualified as a veterinary surgeon from Onderstepoort in 1982 and joined the OGVH in 1984. He completed an honours degree in 1989. He is married to Lesley and they share 6 children. He enjoys gym, watching sport and visiting game reserves.
Dr Lara Frampton
Lara joined our practice as a veterinary associate in 2014. Lara grew up in Johannesburg and completed her schooling at King David High School Linksfield. She qualified from Onderstepoort in 2012 and worked for 2 years in small animal practices before joining Orange Grove Vet. Lara is married to Levi and they have a young daughter, Maya. The Frampton-Shishler family is also home to three rescue dogs & a menagerie of other animals such as tropical fish & a cockatiel.
Dr. Dina Mannix
Dina was born in Harare, Zimbabwe and later moved to Johannesburg, South Africa where she attended Holy Rosary School. She qualified as a veterinarian from Onderstepoort in 2001 and gained work experience at the Roodeport SPCA and later in the UK for a year. She began working at Orange Grove Veterinary Hospital in 2005 until 2014. She went on to work at Melville Vet and we are pleased to welcome her back to the team at Orange Grove Vet.
Dina enjoys spending time family and friends, including her two rescued dogs. Dina enjoys being active and frequents the gym regularly. She loves all types of sports and has a passion for motorbikes!
Sr Vanessa Anderson
Vanessa graduated as a qualified veterinary nurse from Onderstepoort in 2006, having previously attained a BA degree in French and Russian. Vanessa worked at Orange Grove Vet for a short period after qualifying but subsequently worked at the Johannesburg Zoo for a period of 4 years. She later went on to become a qualified inspector for the NSPCA working for 2 years in their animal ethics department.
Vanessa is passionate about animals and has even spent 3 months raising cheetah cubs. Orange Grove Vet is excited to have Vanessa back on our veterinary team and we look forward to working with her for many years to come!