Bethany Bratley, Director of Aquamation Services

Jalen, Client Communication Specialist

Bethany has been passionately working in the animal medical field for over 10 years. Born and raised in Chicago, she moved to New Mexico in Feb 2020 with her husband and their many pets. While in Chicago she worked 6 years as a vet technician doing physical and laser therapy. Working for Chamisa has been an amazing experience and has also given her the opportunity to get back into doing physical and laser therapy. She's earned her certification in laser therapy and is continuing education on the subject. Bethany and her husband love to foster pets, especially helping those with medical needs, and they hope to one day start a pet rescue of their own.


  When I was a little girl my two passions were riding my motorcycle and helping animals. I was always bandaging and nursing my stuffed animals back to health after their numerous "accidents" they always seemed to have.
    After High school, there was no college fund, so I took a job at Ark Veterinary Hospital as an Animal Assistant, which turned out to be the beginning of my beloved career. I worked for the Ark for 22 years until they closed their doors. I went to the SF Animal Shelter after that for a few months, but found myself really missing private practice. I then had a wonderful opportunity to work at Eldorado Animal Clinic where I worked for 8 years.

   As most private practices are now becoming corporate, I realize that Veterinary Medicine is changing and therefore so am I. I decided to try my hand at human caregiving.

Once again, I found myself missing my furbabies.

  Now I have found a wonderful opportunity working with Chamisa Veterinary Services. I feel extremely lucky to be working with such caring, knowledgeable Doctors and wonderful support staff.
   It is now 34 years into my career as an Animal Technician and I continue to learn and grow every day.


Dr. Gravel is a lover of all creatures furry and four legged. She recognized her deep-seated passion for animals while working as a dog sled tour guide in the Canadian Rockies near Banff National Park. She has since pursued her dream of becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic and working with animals. After graduating from University of Western States in Portland, Oregon as a chiropractor, she studied with other chiropractors and veterinarians at Options for Animals College of Animal Chiropractic in Wellsville, Kansas. Dr. Gravel practices animal chiropractic and craniosacral therapy with a gentle, caring and purposeful approach. She considers herself an advocate for animals and puts your pet's comfort as her top priority during visits. 

Dr. Gravel looks forward to meeting you and your pets. To find out more about animal chiropractic or to make an appointment for your pet, call Chamisa Veterinary Services today!


I have been a veterinary technician for over 25 years in Southern California .  I have worked in multi-doctor practices, specialty and for the last 20 years for a small animal practice in San Diego. I am so grateful to be a part of the Chamisa family and helping support the mission to serve the community and their beloved senior pets.
In my free time, I  enjoy yoga, hiking and cooking as well as, exploring Santa Fe with my daughter and our "flop hound" Callie. 
I look forward to meeting you all and providing care for your pets either in our Rehabilitation Department or on the road with our awesome doctors


Maura Bowers, Technician, Rehabilitation

Karen is new to the Veterinary medicine field but not new to management and business operations. She brings 35 years of management experience to our practice as a restaurant owner/operator and specialties include inventory management, business and operations compliance and human resources.


Karen is a native New Mexican who has lived in Santa Fe for 40 years.  She has 2 adult children, 3 grandsons and 1 middle aged cat.  In her spare time Karen works on many different crafting projects from sewing and beading to making handmade greeting cards.
  

Nathalie Gravel, DC

Chynna Martinez, Technician

​Denise Hartman, Lead Technician, Rainbow Care Patient Coordinator

Bio Coming Soon!

Carolyn Fletcher, DVM

Dr. Sabina Johnson has been practicing veterinary medicine and surgery in Los Alamos for the last 23 years. She has worked as a full time veterinarian doing surgery, dental procedures, diagnosing internal medicine, infectious disease and other cases. She is especially interested in internal and geriatric medicine. Joining Chamisa has opened up an exciting new direction to undertake that supports these interests. She is very thankful for all the wonderful clients and pets throughout the years and for all their support.

She has 3 adult children, a supportive husband, 3 cats and 4 chickens. On her days off she enjoys mountain bike riding, hiking, skiing and watching the wildlife that show up in the backyard.

Sabina Johnson, DVM

Meet Our Team:

Amanda Mouradian, DVM,
Sabina Johnson, DVM

Carolyn Fletcher, DVM

Wren Willow, DOM

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She is originally from Boston, Massachusetts and has been living in New Mexico since 2005.
She graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. She has been working in both private practice and as a shelter veterinarian since graduation and loves working with owners to help senior animals live a better quality of life but also has a very special fondness for kittens.

Animals have always made a meaningful impact throughout my life, and I've proudly been a veterinary technician for six years now to help make positive changes for them. 

Amanda Mouradian, DVM, CHPV

​Karen Ackerfelds, Practice Manager

I am Wren Willow and I have been practicing acupuncture since 2004. Two decades later, I am still in love with this gentle medicine, addressing everything from allergies to digestive issues to managing and reversing pain. I feel extremely fortunate to be able to include our fourleggeds’ needs into my practice at Chamisa Vet. I consider the possibility of supporting the recovery from injuries and surgeries of our pets and making the lives of our elderly patients more comfortable an absolute privilege and I thank my patients’ stewards for their trust they bestow on me. I am looking forward to meeting you and your beloved pets in the future.

My name is Amanda Mouradian and I graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. I have been practicing veterinary medicine in a variety of settings, with 4 years as a full time care provider in a critical care hospital, 4 years as a clinic manager and 7 more years providing sickness and wellness care for dogs and cats in a clinic setting. After all of these years, I have taken the leap to provide exceptionally personalized care for your furry family members in your own home.


In 2021, I completed my certification for Hospice and Palliative Care for dogs and cats. This training was over 150 hours of course work surrounding pain management, disease management, nutrition, family support and end of life care.