Drs.Julie Magyar and Cliff Potter
Drs. Julie Magyar and Cliff Potter have 40 years of combined veterinary service. Both are graduates of the Virginia - Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. This husband and wife team established Riverside Veterinary Clinic in October of 2004 to provide high quality veterinary care to family pets in the New River Valley. Both enjoy all aspects of small animal medicine. 'The most rewarding part of our job is getting to know our patients and their families.' Family is very important to the doctors as they are the proud parents of three children. 'We know how important our pets are to our family and we strive to see that your furry family members always get the most compassionate care.' Dr. Magyar and Dr. Potter both enjoy hobbies of raising Labrador Retrievers, gardening, and spending time with their children.
Dr Nancy Currin
Dr Currin grew up in Virginia and graduated from the Virginia–Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. She has practiced veterinary medicine in the area for twenty plus years and enjoys the beautiful mountains of the New River Valley. Dr Currin enjoys hiking, DIY projects, and especially spending time with her family and fur babies. At home she has dogs, cats, sheep , donkeys, and a horse. Dr Currin's favorite aspects of veterinary medicine are preventive surgery and the animal-human bond.
Dr Michael BrooksAssociate Veterinarian
Dr. Brooks grew up in Central Florida and graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. He is new to practice, but is particularly interested in internal medicine, wellness, and the human-animal bond. Outside of work, he enjoys outdoor activities, reading, and spending time with friends and family. His current pets include a dog and two cats.
Dr Cara WaddellAssociate Veterinarian
Dr. Waddell grew up in Upstate South Carolina, received her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from Clemson University, and completed her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Waddell and her husband fell in the love with the southwestern Virginia area, and she is very excited to be able to serve the New River Valley community and their pets. She enjoys many aspects of small animal medicine but has special interests in preventative care, nutrition, and client education.
Outside of work, Dr. Waddell enjoys spending time with her husband, James, and their dog, Lily and cat, Charlie. She also enjoys crafting, outdoor activities, and sports.