Dr Rob Webster BVSc (Hons) FANZCVS
Dr Rob Webster BVSc (Hons) FANZCVS CEO Animal Emergency Australia
Rob graduated from University of Queensland in 2000, went into emergency medicine and never left. He is a founding partner of the Animal Emergency Service ( 2005). He commenced residency training (2006-2012) in emergency and critical care under the supervision of Professor Steve Haskins, attaining FANZCVS qualifications in 2014. Rob is a registered specialist and one of only 5 Fellows of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Emergency and Critical Care.
Rob works with multiple business partners to develop Animal Emergency Service into an organisation which helps veterinary professionals fulfill their dreams. The group has 6 emergency and critical care hospitals and a dedicated intensive care unit (Pet ICU). The company partnered with Improve International in 2018 with a shared aim of delivering exceptional veterinary education and training.
As well as veterinary business, Rob continues to work as an emergency veterinarian, supervises a resident training program in emergency and critical care, participates in collaborative research projects, and teaches EMCC to veterinarians and veterinary students across Australia.
Rob’s dreams are to see tick paralysis eliminated as a cause of death of dogs and cats in Australia, and for Animal Emergency Service to be the place emergency vets come to save the sickest pets and build the future of emergency medicine and critical care.