Raegan Chambers, DVM
Dr. Raegan Chambers grew up in Hanford, CA. She graduated from UC Davis with a bachelor’s in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior in 2010. While attending school at UC Davis she worked as a veterinary technician at the university hospital and volunteered at the Sacramento Zoo as a zoo keeper. In 2010 Dr. Chambers was accepted to attend Midwestern University where she obtained her Master’s in Biomedical Research, with her research emphasizing in Parkinson’s disease. She graduated with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine as a part of the inaugural class at Midwestern University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2018. After spending several months at the PAH Equine Center during her extern year she decided Prescott was the perfect fit. Dr. Chambers loves the never ending surprises of mixed animal medicine and especially enjoys surgery, internal medicine, and neurology.
Why did I become a veterinarian?
There has not been a time in my life where I didn’t want to be a veterinarian. As a little girl I was happiest when I was able to interact with animals of all types and decided early on I wanted to dedicate my life to being an advocate for their health and conservation. What I love most about veterinary medicine is being able to play a variety of different roles every day. On any given day I can go from a canine surgeon, to a feline dentist, to an equine optometrist, and on some days even a tiger anesthesiologist. I truly have one of the coolest jobs in the world.