Dr Judith Hollins attended to Albert Tatlock after he had collapsed in the Street in June 1981. Dr Hollins told Ken Barlow that there was nothing wrong with Albert, but because of his age, he shouldn't be left on his own.

Two months later, she was back at 1 Coronation Street when Tracy Langton came down with chickenpox. She told mother Deirdre Barlow that she would be infectious for twelve to fourteen days and to keep her in bed as long as she maintained a temperature.