Riverton Veterinary Clinic is your trusted partner for your pets’ long term health and happiness.
Meet Our Team
Dr. Kim Ingraham, DVM, CVA
Dr. Ingraham is a Utah native. She received her BS degree in Bio-Veterinary Science at Utah State University and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University. After graduation, she married a career military service member and traveled with him for the next ten years. During this time, she had the honor of working in Okinawa, Japan, North Carolina, Washington, and Arizona before coming back and settling in Utah.
Dr. Ingraham managed a veterinary clinic in West Valley City for the past twenty years before coming to Riverton Veterinary Clinic. She received her certificate to practice Veterinary Acupuncture in 2007 and believes this modality has greatly helped many of her patients. Her interests are improving the human-animal bond through client education and dedicated care of her patients. Dr. Ingraham has two amazing sons and enjoys camping and boating with them outside of the clinic.
Dr. Sara Shaw, MS, VMD
Dr. Sara Shaw is originally from Pennsylvania and she earned her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1987. She moved to Utah in 1996 and has been practicing veterinary medicine here since then. For many years, she also taught human anatomy at Westminster College.
She has five adult children who also live in Utah and many family members and friends back in Pennsylvania. Dr. Shaw currently lives with her senior dog, Cody, and elderly cat, Grace. She also owns a beautiful paint horse, Roxy. When not working, her hobbies include hiking, traveling, horseback riding, and bicycling.
Dr. Shaw enjoys internal medicine, wellness, and pediatric aspects of veterinary care. Due to her teaching background, she also loves client education. Working with a great veterinary team has always been important to her and she knows she has found it here at Riverton Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. Jessy Albergo, MPH, DVM
Jessy Albergo is an Illinois-native who graduated from the University of Wisconsin- Madison. After receiving her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and her Masters in Public Health, Albergo decided to leave the Midwest in search of mountains and less gruesome winters. This search landed her in Utah.
Dr. Albergo enjoys preventive medicine, public health, and client education. She likes to take a team-based approach with her clients to develop the best diagnosis and treatment plan for their pets.
Outside of work, Dr. Albergo enjoys hiking, camping, and spending time outdoors. She lives with her husband and 2 pitbull mixes- Eleanor and Odin. She is excited to make Riverton Veterinary Clinic her new home and work with all of you!
Dr. Corey Nebeker, DVM
Dr. Nebeker attended Brigham Young University as an undergraduate and attended Colorado State University for his doctor of Veterinary medicine. Dr. Nebeker has over 30 years of veterinary experience in small animal, avian and exotic animal medicine and surgery. During this tenure in the profession he has had the opportunity to function in the capacity as: Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Medical Officer, office manager, director of human resources, associate veterinarian, kennel help, maintenance man, grounds keeper and in numerous other capacities.
Dr. Nebeker and his wife enjoy traveling. They have visited 32 countries (and counting), and have been to 6 out of the 7 continents. Dr. Nebeker has been active in the community as the past president of the West Jordan branch of Rotary International and has served in numerous leadership positions with the Boy Scouts of America.
Lance Bermudez Ward, Head Technician
Lance started his veterinary experience at the age of 13 and continued in the field becoming a licensed Veterinary Technician. He brought his considerable experience to Riverton Veterinary Clinic in January 2020 and is excited for the new adventures that await him as he serves the clients and patients of RVC. Lance enjoys client education and empowering staff to be the best they can be. While not working, you will find him spending time with his husband and three girls. He enjoys running, hiking, and walking his two Yorkies, Tinker and Bell.
Karen joined the Riverton Veterinary Clinic (RVC) in 2021. Her career with animals started when she took in stray animals as a child to rehabilitate them. The last 20 years of her career have been spent caring for pets, their people and serving as a bridge between clinical staff and pet parents. Karen is excited to bring her compassion, professionalism, and knowledge to the RVC team.
When she’s not working, Karen enjoys camping with her family and caring for her menagerie of kids, those with paws, hooves, feathers, and feet. The apple of her eye is Yadier, her border collie.
Technicians play an integral part of the care of our patients at Riverton Veterinary Clinic. They are on the frontline every day compassionately working with clients whose beloved companion needs care. They work tirelessly in exam rooms, labs and operating rooms, allowing our Veterinarians to work more efficiently and effectively. Without exception, they are passionate about providing outstanding care to our patients.
Providing an exemplary experience to our clients and their companions is our mission at Riverton Vet. Your initial touchpoint is with our Customer Service staff. This is a team of dedicated people who joined Riverton to marry their love of furry friends with their dedication to helping our clients. When you reach out to the clinic, you will be greeted by our staff including Lori Behrens, Denise Kovacevic and Teresa Nielsen.
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“The doctors and staff at Riverton clinic are so caring and friendly. The love my pups like I do. I have one with a unique genetic disease that they treat and one that eats everything in sight. They’ve saved both of their lives multiple times. We love Riverton Vet.”