Meet Our Team
Dr. Ben Osborne and his family have lived in the Bridger Valley for 11 years. They reside in the beautiful town of Robertson at the base of the Uinta Mountains. Dr. Osborne is certified in Equine Chiropractic, soft tissue surgery and orthopedic surgery. He loves all aspects of veterinary medicine. Ben strives to learn new progressive medical techniques to provide his clients up-to-date medicine. When he is not practicing medicine he enjoys riding and helping his family and friends work cattle, fishing, and spending time with his family and working at his home.
Dr. Cinda Powers
Cinda has been part of Uinta Veterinary Hospital's team since before she was excepted into veterinary school. She recently graduated from Washington State University and is excited to join our mixed animal practice and provide her knowledge and updated medicine techniques to the practice.
Dr. Jerimyah Johnson
Jerimyah has graduated from Washington State University. He grew up in Idaho. We are excited to have Jerimyah at our practice as he bring passion for many great medical techniques. He is passionate about large animals, herd health and equine podiatry. Jerimyah has a a great knowledge base of all things animals. He and his family of 5 that we also welcome to our practice.
Dr. Megan Beavers
Tristan has been a tech for 6 years. Tristan recently was grooming at Castle Rock and has moved to the technician side of the practice. She loves photography and is fun and happy. She has two kids, two dogs, and two cats.
Kayla has lived in Rock Springs her whole life. She has three dogs named Badger, Bow and Missy. Two horses named clueless and Cupcake and a three legged, no tail cat named Binx. She is currently enrolled in veterinary technician school. She enjoys spending my time riding my horse, working on the family ranch and spending time with her family.
Madalynn graduated from McClellan Community College Veterinary Technology Program in 2018 and has been working in the veterinary field ever since. She loves large and small animal medicine. She has three horses and two dogs.