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Meet the Team

Emily O'Grady BSc BVMS MRCVS - Veterinary Surgeon

Emily graduated from Murdoch University in Western Australia in 2008 after growing up in Australia and Dubai.  After graduation Emily worked in Australia for three years before deciding it was time for a new adventure and moved to the UK.  Emily enjoys all aspects of veterinary practice, especially dermatology and medicine cases.  She has always been interested in veterinary public health and is currently undertaking a Masters degree part-time through the University of Edinburgh in Global Health & Infectious Disease.  Having worked with the Goddard Group as a locum for three years, Emily is now a permanent member of the Acton team.

Kelly Williams MRCVS - Veterinary Surgeon

Kelly graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 2009.  Straight after graduating Kelly went to work with street dogs and cats in Thailand where she gained vast surgical experience.  Kelly then worked at a small animal clinic in Melbourne, Australia before returning to her native Wales where she worked for the PDSA amongst others.  Kelly joined the Goddard Group in 2014 as a locum and is now a permanent member of the Acton team.  Kelly's special interests include feline medicine and preventative health care.  She also continues with her charity passion working alongside Cats Protection in Acton.  In her spare time Kelly is a 'vet on set' ensuring animal welfare is taken care of during filiming of adverts or TV programmes where animals are used.  Kelly has a naughty cat called Shirley and would love a Staffordshire Bull Terrier one day.

 

Vicki Collard - Registered Veterinary Nurse - Head Nurse

Vicki has been an RVN since 1994 and, after spending a period of time overseas, whe returned to the UK in 2014 and joined the Goddard group.  She is currently studying for a Graduate Diploma in Professional and Clinical Veterinary Nursing at the Royal Veterinary College.  Vicki's interests include travel, yoga, horse riding and reading.

Katrina Sullivan - Registered Veterinary Nurse

Katrina qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 1992 and has over 20 years nursing experience. Katrina has always wanted to nurse and started her career volunteering on Saturdays at the local RSPCA before securing a position to train as a nurse in a small animal practice in London. Katrina joined the Acton surgery in 2003. In her spare time Katrina enjoys spending time with her family.

 

Margaret Fry - Registered Veterinary Nurse

Margaret originally worked in healthcare for the NHS for approximately 37 years during which time she was a nurse, a midwife and finally a nurse manager.  She became a mature student and qualified as an RVN in 2014.  Margaret currently owns a three-legged cat called Jacob and enjoys birdwatching, pilates and dance classes.