Drs Sean Surman and Carly Bloom are relatively new additions to the University of Queensland team. They have both finished 4 years of veterinary school, one year of internship, and a three-year Residency specialising on Small Animal Internal Medicine. They focus on diseases of the respiratory tract, urinary tract, endocrine system, liver, spleen, pancreas, gastrointestinal tract, and blood, as well as the heart and the nervous system. Drs Surman and Bloom are well-trained in understanding subtle problems, complicated diseases, and multiple diseases. In addition, they are trained to perform and interpret many special procedures including scope and biopsy of the gastrointestinal, urinary, and respiratory tracts; placement of feeding tubes; organ aspiration and biopsy; bone marrow aspiration and biopsy; spinal fluid tap; and many more. Drs Surman and Bloom are happy to see your pet as a referral from your regular veterinarian.