Jill Nebeker

RN IV Nurse

"Dr. Wheeler is an advocate for helping all she encounters, and is a joy to work with. I love interacting with the people that come here and enjoy being a part of their health and wellness journey."

To know Jill is to love her! She is the master of her craft and brings with her 37 years of nursing experience.

She is exceptional at what she does, and she brings far more than just nursing skills to Wholesome Health (to which both staff and patients can attest). Not only is she the manager of the IV room, but she is also the self-appointed entertainer and comedic relief of the clinic.

She received her nursing degree from Ricks College (now BYU-Idaho) and has extensive experience in multiple different specialties. She has worked in med/surg, ICU, cardiac rehabilitation, thoracic ICU, home health, surgery centers, post-anesthesia care unit (PACU), and allergy/asthma.

With her experience in nursing and in life she has gained firsthand knowledge of the brokenness that comes with…well…mortality. Whether you are coming in for a quick pick-me-up or for serious medical issues, Jill gives her all to getting you back on track. She is educated and experienced in the benefits of IV vitamins, ozone therapies, and NAD. Her daily routine consists of treating patients with autoimmune disorders, addictions, chronic fatigue, Alzheimer’s and memory loss, fibromyalgia, insomnia, muscle pains, anxiety, depression, hair loss, cancer, digestive disorders, and inflammatory conditions.

She thrives on creating a happy healing environment and loves being in a place where patients can come and share hope and support with each other. She loves her patients and will spend time digging in and learning about new therapies to help optimize their results. Most of her patients would be surprised at how many evening or late-night conversations she and Dr. Wheeler have whilst discussing their treatment plans.

She understands the power of laughter, and it’s not that uncommon for everyone in the building to hear the laughter coming from the IV room.

We are grateful for all that Jill adds to our team and love when our patients get to know her healing skills for themselves.