Dr. Clemans earned her DVM from and completed her residency at Iowa State University. She is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in small animal internal medicine. Dr. Clemans enjoys all aspects of internal medicine, but has a special interest in minimally invasive endoscopic procedures, biliary issues, and infectious diseases. She's eager to partner with the Omaha community to help provide the best possible healthcare for dogs and cats.
Prior to joining VCA MidWest Veterinary Referral & Emergency Center, Dr. Clemans practiced in Texas and Ohio. She is thrilled to return to the Midwest with her husband (an Iowa native and fellow DVM), two children, and furry family members.
A 4-year-old spayed female Golden Retriever (dog 1) was examined because of acute edema and erythema in the left hind limb and an inguinal mass, and a 5-year-old female Jack Russell Terrier (dog 2) was examined because of a recurring retro-peritoneal mass.
Clemans, JM, Deitz, KL, Riedesel, EA, Yaeger, MJ, and Legendre, AM
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Accepted for Publication December 2009, currently in editing for JAVMA
Clemans, JM, Imerman, P, Jergens, AE
Clemans, JM, Imerman, P, Jergens, AE, Deitz KL, Lulich, J
Clemans, J.M., Morrison, J.A., Wang, C
Plattner, BL, Clemans, JM, Summers, BA, Garcia-Tapia, D
Phillips, J, Clemans, JM, Imerman, P, Jergens, AE
Merck-Merial Scholars Annual Poster Presentation. August 2009. Ames, IA
Morrison, JA, Clemans, JM, and Wang, C
National Meeting of the American Veterinary Medical Association. San Antonio, California. Presentation at the ACVIM Forum in Anaheim, California, February 2010
Clemans, JM, Imerman, P, Philliips, J, Jergens, AE, Deitz, KL , Lulich, J
Presentation at the ACVIM Forum in Anaheim, California, February 2010