Meet Our Providers
Christina Jordan, MSN, FNP-C
Christina has over 10 years of experience in the medical field providing care to a vast array of patients. She attended the University of Northern Colorado where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and graduated with honors. Christina continued on at UNC to complete her graduate program, earning her Masters of Science in Nursing with her Nurse Practitioner designation while specializing in family medicine.
Christina has extensive experience with several different medical specialties. Immediately after graduation, she earned one of the most challenging nursing position available at St Joseph’s hospital as a float nurse. These are some of the most difficult positions in any hospital because they must be experts in multiple medical disciplines. At SJH, she specialized in complex medical patients, surgical wards, OB/GYN as well as working on pediatrics floors and covering in the acute care units. Christina also spent a significant amount of her time working with veterans at the VA while completing her graduate degree where she specialized in Family Practice.
Abbey Jones, Nurse Practitioner
Abbey Jones is a Nurse Practitioner board certified through the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She graduated from Vanderbilt University’s Master of Science in Nursing program in 2007, and prior to that she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of Tennessee. Abbey has specialized training in medical, procedural, and cosmetic dermatology. She is currently pursuing a functional medicine practitioner certification through the Institute of Functional Medicine and regularly receives ongoing education regarding the latest clinical advances in conventional and holistic dermatology, bioidentical hormone therapy, gut health, detoxification, and immune system and inflammation treatment. She is also undergoing a homeopathy practitioner certification through the Center for Education and Development of Clinical Homeopathy. She has regularly guest lectured to nursing and physician assistant students in her fields of expertise at universities such as Saint Louis University and Maryville University.
Abbey is also a Red Cross disaster relief nurse who loves to travel and has enjoyed volunteer work in underserved areas of Guatemala and Nicaragua. With a desire to educate others about health, Abbey has served as a volunteer clinical nursing preceptor for Maryville University, The University of Cincinnati, and Truman State University. Abbey loves being involved in her church and enjoys hiking, skiing, horseback riding, and enjoying the beautiful mountains of Colorado with her Great Dane, Jet.
Sydney Allen, RDMS, RVT Sonographer
Sydney found her love of ultrasound while studying at Colorado State University. Immediately after graduation, she attended Red Rocks Community College, where she then received two associate degrees, one in general ultrasound and one in vascular ultrasound. Her career began at Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, Colorado. Working in a large hospital setting allowed Sydney to gain experience with the physics and techniques of vascular ultrasound including transplant Doppler and bypass grafts. Today, Sydney is pleased to work alongside Dr. Verebelyi and his team, educating people about venous disease and helping them to live a life free of leg pain and varicose veins.
Landon Viktorin, Director, Operations & Marketing
Eryn Harker, RVT
RDMS, RVT Sonographer Eryn discovered her fascination with vascular ultrasound as a sophomore in high school. Immediately after graduation she attended an ARRT accredited program and received her degree in Radiologic Technology Imaging. She was then accepted into an ARDMS accredited program to specialize in Sonography. Her career began at Duke University Medical Center just a few weeks after completing her formal education in ultrasound. Working with the country’s top sonographers, residents, and radiologists Eryn was trained in the physics and techniques of vascular ultrasound including transplant dopplers and bypass grafts. She later took her knowledge to clinics and hospitals around the country as a contract sonographer where she finally made her home in Denver. After moving to Denver Eryn worked at G.E. Healthcare where she studied, demonstrated, and taught leading technology in ultrasound equipment as well as trained as a surgical assistant in venous ablation procedures. Today Eryn is pleased to work alongside Dr. Verebelyi and his team educating people about venous disease and helping them to live a life free of leg pain and varicose veins.