Our Vets

Andrew S. Draper BVMS MRCVS

Andrew qualified from Glasgow Vet School and after his James Herriott years working with farmers in Yorkshire, he followed his wife Kate down to Nottinghamshire and concentrated on companion animal work.

Alongside his management duties, his main interests in the practice are Dentistry, Cardiology and Orthopaedics.

Out of work, he enjoys spending time with Kate and his 2 sons. He is a keen sportsman and still skis , windsurfs and plays the odd game of cricket but spends more time cheering his sons on instead!

Kate Cullen

Kate Cullen BVMS MRCVS

Kate is one of the 2 Directors of the practice. She qualified from Glasgow Vet School in 1988 and has worked in several practices before forming Oak House with her husband Andrew.

She is kept busy at home with her 2 boys.

Kate likes mountain biking & is often found on the bike trails of Nottinghamshire trying to wear out her dog Mungo, the Hungarian Wire-haired Vizla.


Adam is our newest vet and is settling in really well with the team.
Adam graduated with distinction from the University of Liverpool after taking a year out to study for a degree in Veterinary Conservation Medicine.

He joined our team in December 2014, having worked in a first opinion small animal vet practice in Dronfield.

Adam grew up in Sheffield but has recently moved to Nottingham.
His veterinary interests are surgery, dentistry and exotics.

Outside of work, Adam enjoys cooking, gardening, following rugby and watching films. He also like country walks and being persuaded to go to the gym!

Jennifer Goode BVSc MRCVS

Jennifer graduated from Glasgow Vet school and lives locally in Bingham with her partner and Jack Russell.

Laura Davidson BVetMed MRCVS

Laura is originally from the USA and came to the UK from Pennsylvania in 1999. She attended the Royal Veterinary College in London and on qualifying, moved to Nottingham in 2004 when she came to work at Oak House.

She enjoys treating all manner of small animal patients and enjoy the wide variety of cases we encounter at the practice.

She is “mother” to 2 rescue cats, Mia & Maisie. They have a love-hate relationship but have come to tolerate each other!

Outside of work she enjoys being a mother to her daughter. She enjoys knitting, going for walks, reading, travelling & camping during the summer. Laura now works for us as a regular locum.

Yvonne Summer BVSc MRCVS

Yvonne has worked regularly as a locum for Oak House for over 10 years. As well as a veterinary surgeon, she is also an experienced veterinary acupuncturist and runs a weekly acupuncture clinic at the practice.

Vet Nurses




What happens in an emergency?

In the event of needing to contact the duty vet out of hours, please ring one of the normal surgery numbers and listen to the directions given on the answer machine.

How do I book an appointment?

All consultations are by appointment only. Contact one of our 3 surgeries to book an appointment

What about payment?

We try to keep our fees reasonable, but they also have to be realistic and reflect the level of care provided. We ask that payment is made at the time of treatment. For your convenience, we accept Delta, Switch, Visa and Access cards.

What is the best choice for my pet?

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Save money and protect your pet with the Oak House Pet Health Club. Check out all the membership benefits and see how much you could save


We have been with this veterinary practice well before Andrew with Martin Grace and they are excellent practitioners.
Jennifer Goode treated our dog with such care and attention to detail. She was an amazing practitioner, dedicated and applied good knowledge to practice. She understood her clients needs and fears.
Andrew's practice is outstanding, caring and empathetic. I highly recommend them.

Hilary Righton