Our Nurses

Liz Hastings RVN Head Nurse

Liz is our Head Nurse and knew she wanted to work with animals from the age of 4! She felt very lucky to get a job straight from leaving school and 32 years later she is still doing the job she loves.

Over the years Liz has seen veterinary medicine change constantly and all for the well being of our beloved pets. No two days are the same, some days can be very sad and they weigh heavy on your heart. Most days are filled with complete
satisfaction knowing you have helped or supported some one’s pet.

Liz has a particular interest in pain relief, nutrition, hospitalised patients, senior pets and surgery. She has had pets all her life, all of which are always strays and at present and she has 2 cats and 2 dogs.
During her nursing career she has married and had 2 children, all of which know where they are in the pecking order! Outside of work, Liz also enjoys dog walking, cycling, gym, gardening and trying desperately to learn Italian!

Marie Harrison RVN

Marie qualified with us in 2009 and trained with us as a student. She has been with us for over 13 years. Marie enjoys surgical nursing and nurse clinics.

Out of work she is kept very busy with her three young sons and enjoys walking her labradors Bonnie and Benson and growing vegetables in her allotment.

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Katie Huckle RVN

I have been working in veterinary practice since leaving school aged 17. I enjoy all aspects of my role as a veterinary nurse but I particularly enjoy doing nurse consults, especially senior consults and looking after the in-patient

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Aliyah Duggins RVN

I qualified as an RVN in 2017 after completing my degree at Nottingham Trent University.
I thoroughly enjoy the medical side of nursing and caring for hospitalised patients. I also have a particular interest in emergency and critical care in which I am currently working towards completing a certificate in.

In my spare time I enjoy gardening and reading murder mystery books!
My pets include Barney the cat, Cinnamon and Biscuit the guinea pigs and family dog Joey the patterdale terrier.

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Selina Terry RVN

I started working in practice in 2007 and qualified in 2012. I joined the Oakhouse team in 2021 now working part time after having my little girl. At home I enjoy gardening, upcycling furniture and spending time with my elderly springer spaniel and yorkshire terrier. I also have an interest in exotics which includes keeping my 3 tortoises and a few interesting insects.


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Holly Marriott

Animal Nursing Assistant

Vet Nurses