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5:48 pm
Wed June 11, 2014

St. John's Medical Center Adds Surgeons

Credit UCD School of Medicine & Medical Science via Flickr Creative Commons

St. John’s Medical Center in Jackson is hiring several new surgeons and doctors to join the public hospital’s physician group.  It will be the first time the hospital has directly employed surgeons. 

St. John’s CEO Lou Hochheiser says the new hires are needed to meet demand in the area.

“A year and a half ago, we had 4 and a half surgeons in this community,” Hochheiser said. “We have lost two and a half of those surgeons, leaving us with two. Therefore, it was the hospital’s responsibility to make sure that gap was filled.”

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News
8:05 am
Mon February 3, 2014

WY Sees More Physicians Licensed To Practice In State

Credit Bob Beck

The Wyoming Board of Medicine says a record number of physicians received licenses to practice in Wyoming last year.  The Board of Medicine’s Kevin Bohnenblust says 35 more physicians were licensed when compared to 2012 numbers, and overall they saw 15-percent more doctors compared to 2009.  He says that’s due to a new, simplified licensing process and the fact that many doctors include non-traditional approaches, such as telemedicine, in their practices.

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Open Spaces
3:48 pm
Fri July 19, 2013

Gov. Mead speaks about the Pavillion water study, state revenues, doctors in the state, and more

Governor Matt Mead

Wyoming Public Radio’s Irina Zhorov caught up with Governor Matt Mead to check in about some big changes in the state in the coming months. Her first question was about the Environmental Protection Agency’s report on contaminated water in Pavillion and the state’s takeover of the study.

Though the entities involved in the study have previously expressed skepticism over the EPA’s findings, Governor Mead says he has no doubts that the state’s study will be unbiased.

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Open Spaces
3:42 pm
Fri July 20, 2012

15 Years In: WWAMI Program Produces Wyoming Doctors Who Settle In the State

Second-year WWAMI student Mark Wefel worked with Dr. Dean Bartholomew at the Platte valley Medical Clinic in Saratoga this summer as part of a four-week Rural/Underserved Opportunity Program (RUOP).
Rebecca Martinez
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