Sallye Gregg, DVM, Medical Director/Partner, Residency Trained
Dr. Gregg brings to I-20 thirty-five years of experience in emergency/critical care as well as thirty years of veterinary hospital management experience. She graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1980 as the Outstanding Senior in the College of Agriculture and obtained her BS in Animal Science. She continued at The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine where she received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. Dr. Gregg spent her first seven years working in a large animal practice and growing a new small animal practice within. In 1990 she opened a full service 24 hour private practice in Cleveland, Tn and sold it in 2000 to pursue a career in emergency medicine. In 2000 she moved with her family to Charleston, South Carolina where she served as the Medical Director for the Greater Charleston Emergency Veterinary Clinic (GCEVC) and Mt. Pleasant Emergency Veterinary Hospital(MPEVH). In 2001, she started an alternate track residency in Emergency and Critical Care at the GCEVC and completed it while serving as the Director of the Emergency Department at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine from 2003- 2006. In 2006 , Dr. Gregg was invited back to her family's home town to be the medical director for The Regional Institute for Veterinary Emergencies and Referrals( RIVER) and has remained there until the present time. During her years as medical director of RIVER, Dr. Gregg continued her education in emergency and critical care as well as obtaining advanced training in surgery, ultrasound and cardiac care.
She lives with her husband, Steve Gregg and has two sons , Dustin and Will. Will is currently pursuing a degree in cyber security at the University of Tennessee. Dustin moved to Weatherford, Texas where he married a local equestrian (Cassie) and they have a daughter named Laramie. It is this new granddaughter which makes Weatherford the place to be!
In her spare time, Dr. Gregg can be found quilting, cross stitching, reading or sight-seeing while traveling the states.
Randy Langerhans, DVM
After 35 years Dr. Randy Langerhans relocated his practice from west Ft. Worth to this location on I-20 in Hudson Oaks, TX (just east of Weatherford, TX) in September 2010. He began practicing in west Ft. Worth in 1975 after graduating from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. Soon after graduation he was a charter member of the Ft. Worth Small Animal Emergency Clinic with 21 other veterinarians. He worked as a emergency clinician as well as practicing general medicine and surgery at his own veterinary practice. During the 1980's he and his two partners owned and operated 5 veterinary practices in Tarrant County. In 1991 after the partnership was dissolved he then owned and operated Ridgmar Animal Hospital which he developed into a 24-hour animal hospital in 1992. In 1997 Dr. Langerhans changed the name to Ft. Worth Animal Medical Center which was sold to VCA corporation in 1998. He remained with VCA as medical director and continued to practice there until July of 2010. At that time Dr. Langerhans decided to relocate his practice and establish I-20 Animal Hospital. In 2021 he sold I-20 Animal Hospital to NVA where he continues to work and care for his clientele.
He takes pride in staying current with veterinary medicine and recognizing the magic bond that people have with their pets. Through the years Dr. Langerhans has developed expertise in many areas of this wonderful profession. His special interests are in surgery (soft tissue and orthopedic), emergency and critical care, internal medicine, and oncology. Dr. Langerhans has always felt that pet owners should have similar options as they themselves do for their pet's emergencies and hospitalization for various conditions requiring 24 hour care-- thus creating another 24/7 full service animal hospital.
Through the years Dr. Langerhans has served as an officer with the Tarrant County Veterinary Medical Association and as a director on the Board of Directors of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association. He and his wife have two adult children and three grandchildren. They also have Ranger (German Shorthair Pointer) and Rocky (Bassett Hound) at home. He is looking forward to continue practicing but just in a different location.
Matthew Noland, DVM
Dr. Matthew Noland is a 2006 graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation he completed an internship at Weatherford Equine Medical Center in 2007 where he is currently in general practice with a special interest in dentistry. Dr. Noland's special interest in veterinary dentistry has led him to seek further dental training and education through various educational opportunities of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry and the American Veterinary Dental College in all aspects of Companion Animal Dentistry since 2008. Since 2011 Dr. Noland has been participating in a distant learning program under the direction of Dr. Paul Mitchell, DVM, Dipl. AVDC at Veterinary Dental Services in Acton, MA.
Dr. Noland is available for general and advanced dental consultations and procedures at I-20 Animal Hospital currently on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. He is excited about the opportunity of assisting in the general dental care of our patients as well as offering advanced dental procedures. He will be offer such advanced procedures as: Endodontics (Root canal therapy), Advanced Periodontics, Vital Pulp therapy, Restorative Dentistry, and Orthodontics.
Matthew is married to the love of his life, Sandy, and they have a son and daughter. The family also have 3 dogs.
Pieter Steenkamp, DVM
Dr. Pieter Steenkamp previously worked with Dr. Langerhans for several years and decided to rejoin our team in April 2019.
He obtained his DVM from the University of Pretoria College of Veterinary Medicine, South Africa in 2006. He went on to achieve board certification in Veterinary Wildlife Medicine before relocating to the United States in 2012. Dr. Steenkamp has been doing small animal emergency medicine exclusively since then.
Pieter and his wife, who is also a veterinarian, enjoy their collection of pets, hiking and rehabilitating wildlife in their free time.
Jeff Covington, DVM
Jeff Covington, DVM - Dr. Covington received his BA in zoology from NC State University in 1997. He went on to earn his DVM from their College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. He practiced Veterinary Medicine in North Carolina and worked emergency medicine until coming to Texas in mid-2015.
Like all of our doctors, Dr. Covington enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine but his special interests lie in neurology and pain management. His experience in emergency medicine has well prepared him for anything that may come up working day practice and he’s looking forward to building bonds with his patients and their owners.
Now that Dr. Covington has his evenings free, he is looking forward to spending more time with his daughter Rayne, along with their 4 cats Pywackett, Wisakedjak, Waffles, and Nimbus, their 3 dogs Summer, Otter and Holden and Flemish Giant rabbit Salem. He enjoys reading and being outside and is looking forward to exploring the many City and State Parks we have to offer.
Lisa Snow, DVM
Dr. Lisa Snow returned in December of 2020 to join the hospital staff. A native of Illinois, Dr. Snow received her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. Lisa's interests are in internal medicine and emergency and critical care. We are happy to have her back on staff.