Veterinary nurses

Judith Morton RVN
Head Veterinary Nurse
Judith has been a member of the team since 2009 when she started her veterinary nurse training here and qualified in 2012. Being naturally efficient, empathetic and a born multi-tasker, she was a natural to become our head nurse.

Outside of work between horse riding, farming and her mummy duties to her beautiful little girl Judith isn’t one to be idle, but occasionally spoils us with her amazing chocolate brownies.
Hannah Hughes BSC RVN
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Hannah graduated from Letterkenny in 2019 after a change in career and joined the O’Reilly and Fee team as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2020. Hannah’s favourite area of nursing is diagnostics and any surgical cases.

Outside of work Hannah spends her time running after her dog Bella and horse Willow.
Gemma Mulligan, nurse at O'Reilly & Fee Veterinary Surgery
Gemma Mulligan RVN
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Gemma gained her RVN qualifications from Dundalk in 2016 and joined the team in July 2017. Her favourite area of nursing is with any of our more challenging medical cases as well as surgical nursing.

Outside of work Gemma is a talented Irish dancer and also plays in a pipe band as well as looking after her five dogs, her pony Earl and her small herd of Limousin cattle.
Rachel Belshaw
Student Veterinary Nurse
Rachel, our youngest member of the practice joined us in December 2019 to complete her RVN qualification, which she is currently completing at Greenmount College. She has a huge passion for animals both large and small.

Outside of work, Rachel is an enthusiastic Young farmers member holding numerous roles within the YFCU organisation. Rachel enjoys spending time helping on her family farm.
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