Rebecca grew up in a military family and her father is a retired veterinarian. Her love of animals and dream of becoming a veterinarian started at a very young age. She attended James Madison University as well as Eckerd College for undergraduate and earned her BS in Marine Biology before attending Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts, West Indies. She completed her clinical year at the University of Georgia, where she realized her passion for emergency medicine.
After graduating she practiced at a large referral hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio for five years before returning to Colorado to join a referral hospital in Boulder. Following three and a half years of practicing emergency medicine in Boulder she was afforded the opportunity to travel back to St. Kitts as a clinical instructor in the teaching hospital at Ross University for another three and half years. During that time, she completed her training and certification in Veterinary Acupuncture through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS). While currently living in Summit County, she does part time emergency work in the Denver area, small animal relief, and has started a mobile acupuncture service in Summit County called Zen Mountain Veterinary Acupuncture. Her interests include emergency medicine, surgery, pain management, and integrative therapies. During her leisure time Dr. Hall enjoys all that Colorado has to offer and spends as much time as possible in the great outdoors with her rescued Border Collie Mix, Wylie. She is an active yogi, hiker, backpacker, skier and travels the world at every opportunity.