Our Careteam

Head Receptionist
Although Christy always had a childhood dream of tending to pets in a veterinary clinic, she was working in the customer service field by the time she was in high school. She enjoyed an almost 20-year career with the Long John Silver’s franchise, but finally decided that she would like to try her hand in the animal-care world. Now, Christy has been serving the pets and animal owners of the area here at Omaha Animal Medical Group for 15 years!

An Omaha native, Christy signed up at another local animal clinic briefly before she saw an advertisement for Omaha Animal Medical Group. She sent in her resume, and fell in love with the facility, staff, and patients as soon as she interviewed in the fall of 2001. The rest is history—Christy has been here ever since! She’s especially fond of interacting directly with animals and their owners, and also enjoys handing out tasty treats to deserving pets.

Outside of work, Christy enjoys bicycling, home improvement, and organizing things around the house. She and her husband own Third Nail Creations, a small business that makes custom metal artwork and figurines. For Christy, the business is a great way to get her creative juices flowing!

Christy and her family live with four dogs—Kody, Cajun, Coloqhoun, and Cassidy—as well as a cockatiel named Frankie who enjoys yelling at the dogs when they get too close to his cage.
Kennel Technician
Kimberly grew up here in Omaha with her parents and two sisters. She can’t remember a single moment when she didn’t want to do everything in her power to help the earth’s creatures. That’s been her singular goal ever since she was a little girl! Kimberly gets to care for pets on a daily basis as a member of Omaha Animal Medical Group’s kennel staff.

Kimberly studied in Animal Behavior College’s Veterinary Assistant program to earn her veterinary credentials, then launched her career in private practice. She’s a Kennel Attendant here at the hospital, and her favorite part of the job is getting to meet a wide variety of pet breeds. No two days are ever quite the same!

When she’s not tending to animals here at the clinic, Kimberly likes reading good books, cooking, camping in the great outdoors, and playing video games. She shares her life with two dogs: Jasper, a beagle who loves to curl up and snuggle, and Cooper the Labrador who thinks he’s small enough to be a lap dog.