Meet Our Team

Ben Osborne-Owner/Veterinarian


Dr. Ben Osborne and his family have lived in the Bridger Valley  for 9 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. 

Andrea Osborne-Practice Manager


Andrea was a former school teacher at Uinta County School District 4.  Although she loved her job and the students she decided to leave that position to manage the business.  She enjoys being at the business each day, raising her family, and being involved in the community.  The Osborne Family has many pets and is quite a "funny farm." Because Uinta Veterinary Hospital is a family business you will also be familiar with their three boys.  Rangle who is 13 years old and in the 7th grade.  Reese who is 10 years old and in the 4th grade.  Riggin who is 5 years old and in preschool.  These boys love to help at the hospital and on out-calls.  They also love to help the girls at the hospital when needed or have them build them things when they are not too busy!  

Dr. Casey Langley

Dr. Casey Langley is a native East Tennessean that just recently moved to the Bridger Valley. She attended the University of Tennessee for both undergraduate as an Animal Science major and the University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Her veterinary passions thus far include reproductive physiology, both small and large animal. Her hobbies outside of working include hiking, hunting, camping, running, and anything outdoors with her two dogs, Boone and Briggs. Dr. Langley is excited to be in the valley and become more involved in the community, as well as continuing to develop her knowledge and skills as a mixed animal practitioner.

Jerimyah Johnson


Jerimyah has recently 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. We are very excited for Jerimyah to join us!

Darci Revelli-Tech/Receptionist


Darci has worked at Uinta Veterinary Hospital for over 20 years.  Darci manages our inventory and makes sure clients have what they need.  Darci has a passion and love for animals and often works with humane societies and people of the community to find homes for loving pets.  You can often find Darci with a smile on her face and interacting with clients throughout the day!

Jan Earl-Technician


Jan has worked at Uinta Veterinary Hospital for over 20 years.  Jan is a very dedicated employee and puts in many extra hours to the practice.  Jan is involved in the community and is known for her kindness by all.  You can often find Jan in surgery assisting the doctors and making sure that the hospital stays up and running! 

Autumn Cook-Technician


Autumn has worked at Uinta Veterinary Hospital for 6 years.  Autumn has amazing skills with large animals and is great asset to our practice.  She is often found making sure our cattle records are organized and submitted to the correct parties.  When Autumn is not at work you can find her helping on the ranch, braiding rawhide and sketching beautiful pencil drawings. 

Misty Yoak-Receptionist


Misty has worked for Uinta Veterinary Hospital for 2 years.  She has a smile on her face and a friendly voice each day.  She is a very quick learner and many people are familiar with her as she was a long time employee at the Mountain View Library.  Misty also enjoys teaching Yoga to the community. We are happy to have Misty! 

Tamara Boglino-Receptionist


Tamara has worked at Uinta Veterinary Hospital for 6 months.  She has been a great addition to our team.  She has spunk, knowledge, and great customer service.  When Tamara is not at the veterinary hospital she raises her children and spends quality time with them, enjoys horses, animals, and is passionate about her church family.  

Tessa Anderson- Technician

Tessa has worked for Uinta Veterinary Hospital for around 4 years.  She has her veterinary technician degree and is a great asset to our hospital.  Tessa always has a smile and never seems to have a bad day!  Tessa likes to work with large animals.  When Tessa is not at work she is often seen working on the ranch with her husband.  

Bailey Hallam- Technician

Bailey has worked for Uinta Veterinary Hospital for 3 months.  Bailey is from the Bridger Valley originally and worked in veterinary medicine in the dairy industry before moving back.  Bailey has a great personality and is a hard worker.  She is often seen helping work cattle and riding when she is not at work.  

Jazmyn Haslett- Kennel Assistant


Jazymn has worked for UVH for a year.  She is a hard worker, loves the animals, makes sure that everything is cleanly and in place.  She would love to gain experience to eventually go into veterinary medicine.  Jazymn puts in a lot of time studying for school and working hard at her job after school and on the weekends. 

Cortlin Condos- Kennel Assistant


Cortlin has worked for UVH for 6 months.  She is involved in activities in school and is an athlete.  She would like to go into veterinary technician school when she graduates in May.  She loves the fur babies at the clinic while she is working and cleaning.  

Jed Richardson- Handy Man


Jed has worked at UVH for 6 months.  He can do it all from fixing and to caring for animals.  Jed is an athlete and a student currently and working part time on the weekends and after school when he can fit it in.  We have enjoyed having Jed on our team.  



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