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Meet the Doctors
Meet the Doctors
Martin Ramm , DVM
Dr. Ramm is an Omaha native and a 1981 graduate of Benson High School. Dr. Ramm graduated Magna Cum Laude from University of Nebraska at Omaha in 1985, and received a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University in 1990.
After eight years of small animal practice at Mobile Animal Clinic in Omaha, Dr. Ramm established Rockbrook Animal Clinic, P.C. in June 1998. His areas of special interest include veterinary endoscopy, ultrasound, and dentistry.
Dr. Ramm stays busy with 3 boys. He also has two dogs at home.
Susan Kyle, DVM
Dr. Kyle is a native Nebraskan. Dr. Kyle has been with the clinic since November 1998.
She attended the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. She received a Bachelors degree in Biology in 1985. She received a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University in 1990. Dr. Kyle practiced in the Chicago area for six years before returning to Omaha to be with her family.
Dr. Kyle and her husband have 4 children. She also has a cat, Whispy, and her dogs, Katie Anna, Karley Ray and Twinkle Toes.
Matt Vipond , DVM
Dr. Vipond received his bachelors degree from Creighton. He also earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State in 2013. Dr Vipond originally started at the clinic in 2006 as a vet assistant. After finishing school, he returned in 2013 and began working as a doctor.
Dr. Vipond has one cat and one dog at home.