Fremont County Providers
Lisa Rose, FNP
Family Nurse Practitioner, Dubois
Speciality: Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine
Education: Associate of Applied Science in 2005 at Central Wyoming College. ACLS, PALS and TNCC. Certified Flight Registered Nurse Certification. Masters Degree in Nursing from Walden University.
In May 2005, Lisa began working in the Emergency Room at Wyoming Medical Center in Casper. In 2009, Lisa was chosen from a field of 28 applicants for a Flight Nurse position with Wyoming Life Flight. Lisa flew with Wyoming Life Flight for the next seven years in both fixed wing and helicopter with the opportunity to fly patients all over the United States. Lisa was born and raised in Dubois. Her hobbies are fishing, snowmobiling and riding. Lisa has been happily married to her high school sweetheart for over 35 years. She has two children: a son, Eon, who lives in Dubois, and a daughter Emmi, who lives in Casper.
Tyson Kinnick, PhD, PA-C
Physician Assistant, Dubois
Speciality: Primary Care, Urology, Men’s Health
Education: University of Arizona – Undergraduate, Masters, and Doctorate in Physiological Sciences. University of Iowa – Physician Assistant Program.
As a doctoral candidate, Tyson also studied neuroscience. At the conclusion of a four-year postdoctoral position studying inherited eye diseases, he changed careers so he could work with patients. He graduated from the University of Iowa Physician Assistant program in the summer of 2013.
Tyson’s approach to patient care is based on kindness, integrity, compassion, dignity, and respect – as he would treat any member of his family. Though trained in primary care, his other subspecialty of medicine is urology, specializing in men’s health. In addition, Tyson comes from a family with many veterans over many generations and has a special place in his heart when caring for Veterans. “I am honored to be serving the community of Dubois, and I am eager to get to work.”
Tyson is married to his wonderful wife, Traci, and they have three children – Nile, Samantha, and Tristan. Aside from church, Tyson spends time with his family bicycling, hiking, walking, fishing; playing tennis, basketball, soccer, and visiting grandma and grandpa. Tyson is an avid outdoorsman, and enjoys hiking (especially backpacking), fishing, and snow-shoeing.
Daniel Bender, DO
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Riverton
Speciality: Family Medicine
Education: Graduate of The University of Tennessee Health Science Center. He obtained his medical degree at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, with an internship year at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City. His Family Medicine residency was completed at East Liverpool City Hospital in Ohio and its affiliated Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Bender has a particular interest in the care of medically complex patients and finding the most up-to-date, evidence-based recommendations. He believes that every patient and his/her family is different, with unique needs. Dr. Bender’s goal in his practice is to design an individual treatment plan to help each one of his patients achieve the best outcome possible.
He promotes shared and mutual decision-making: “My patients are given the opportunity to express their values and preferences and to strongly participate in decisions about their care.”
Kyle Anderson, FNP-C
Family Nurse Practitioner, Riverton
Speciality: Family Medicine
Education: Obtained her undergraduate degree from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. She went on to further her education with a MS from Maryville University in St. Louis, MO.
Kyle enjoys seeing all ages from newborn to elderly. She has experience in hospice and end-of-life care. Kyle also brings experience from her time working in an emergency room and being a travel nurse for several years. In addition, she worked near the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota for four years.
Kyle is passionate about serving in the healthcare field. She started her journey as an aide, then went on to earn her LPN, RN and NP.
She likes working in smaller towns, so she can get to know her patients and the community. She believes everyone has a story to tell. She joins us in Fremont County with her two labs, Moose and Bohdi.
Patricia (Patty) Walton, APRN
Speciality: Family Medicine
Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Salisbury University in 2005, Master of Science in Nursing from Wilmington University in 2010, Bachelors in Spanish from Washington College, Masters in Latin American Studies from Indiana University
Patty started as a Spanish Interpreter for a community health center in Maryland. She provided interpretation for medical providers at migrant farmworker labor camps during summer while studying for her Bachelor and Master degrees in Spanish. Patty continued as a coordinator for a migrant health program for over a decade. Patty has experience working as an RN in Labor and Delivery, home health, and community health. After obtaining her Masters, she worked in private practice for 5 years as a Nurse Practitioner and returned to community health for 6 years.
Patty is excited for new challenges unique to this area and community. She loves learning about new cultures and new languages. Patty moved here with her three youngest daughters and two dogs, and she can’t wait for their new Wyoming adventures.
OB/GYN & Women’s Health
Ken Holt, DO, OB/GYN
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Riverton
Speciality: Obstetrics and Gynecology, Women’s Health
Education: Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and Pharmacist licensing from University of Missouri. Doctoral degree in Osteopathic Medicine from Kansas City University. OB/GYN residency and postdoctoral studies at University of Kansas Medical Center.
Dr. Holt practiced as a registered pharmacist for 12 years before attending medical school. Upon completion of medical school, he went on to spend a year as a Family Medicine intern before spending an additional four years as a resident in obstetrics and gynecology. During those four years at the University of Kansas Medical Center, he furthered his knowledge in obstetrics as well as infertility, gynecologic oncology, the treatment of gynecological disease with surgical and non-surgical methods. He received extensive training in both minimally invasive surgery and the treatment of urologic disorders in women.
Maggie Bonilla, DO
Education: Bachelors in Biology from Hawaii Pacific University. Attended medical school at Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific Northwest in Oregon. Dr. Bonilla completed her pediatric residency at the University of Utah.
Dr. Bonilla is a National Health Service Corps Scholar and a Global, Rural and Underserved Child Health Scholar. She loves rural medicine and all of the relationships made, intricacies involved and challenges associated with being a rural health care provider. While in medical school, she realized that caring for children and preventative medicine were her calling.
She is passionate about evidence-based medicine and shared decision making. Dr. Bonilla offers support in breastfeeding and lactation, nutrition medicine, BMI/lifestyle counseling and advocates for pediatric mental health.
In her free time, Dr. Bonilla loves to snuggle with her dogs, adventure with her husband, and spend all seasons of the year in the mountains. She has lived in many beautiful places including Wisconsin, Hawaii, Oregon and Utah and is excited to now call beautiful Lander her home. She loves the small town life and is thrilled to be working for CHCCW.
Aven Glazer, CPNP
Family Nurse Practitioner
Speciality: Pediatric Primary Care
Education: BS in Nursing and Master’s in Nursing from Duke University.
Aven is originally from Richmond, Texas. Aven worked as an RN in the Intensive Care Nursery at Duke University Hospital for almost four years. Aven has been in practice as a pediatric nurse practitioner for about two and half years. She enjoys taking care of children throughout the lifespan from birth to teen years. She especially loves watching children grow and learn through well visits and developing a relationship with families in the clinic. Aven is originally from Texas, but she now lives in Lander with her husband and dog. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, crafting, and spending time in the mountains.
Maggie Theiler, FNP
Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner from Morningside College in Sioux City, IA
Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing, Morningside College in Sioux City, IA
Maggie is from Omaha, NE. In her career as an RN, she worked in pediatrics at Nebraska Medicine and Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha. Through these opportunities, she was able to care for pediatric specialty patients, including general pediatrics, cardiology, gastroenterology and transplants. She has always known she wanted to work with children. Their resiliency and curiosity have always inspired her. Maggie loves being able to watch kids grow and develop through their well-child visits, as well as, build relationships with them and their families throughout the years.
Going into healthcare, Maggie wants to help others in any way possible. Because CHCCW assists their patients with payments, it allows providers to deliver care that remains at the heart of healthcare – helping others. She loves to cook, bake, and hike. Maggie looks forward to being in Wyoming so she can get her four dogs out hiking.
Cheryl Fallin, MD
Education: Graduated from the University of Texas in Austin with her major in Biochemistry and minor in Chemistry. Dr. Fallin attended medical school at the University of Texas – Galveston, and completed her residency program in pediatrics at the University of University of Maryland in Baltimore.
Dr. Fallin spent the first six years after her residency practicing pediatrics in various settings from a multispecialty group to full-time hospitalist. Dr. Fallin has been living in Lander now for eighteen years. In this time, she has worked as a general practice pediatrician for various clinics across the state. Her favorite part of being a pediatrician is that she loves taking care of kids of all ages. She gets to see the children she has taken care of since they were little, grow up into amazing young adults. “Kids never cease to amaze me with their insights and resilience” – Dr. Cheryl Fallin
In her spare time, Dr. Fallin loves running sound and media for her church, camping, hiking, snowshoeing, and traveling with her family. She has recently picked up creative writing and is working on a medical thriller novel.
Brittany Christoffersen, PA-C
Physician’s Assistant, Riverton
Education: Brittany received her undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University in 2012 and graduated with her MS in Physician Assistant Studies from Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ in 2015.
Brittany’s passion lies in pediatric medicine and she enjoys interacting with children and teens of all ages. She has a special interest in educating new parents and breastfeeding/lactation assistance. Brittany’s main focus in practicing is patient education and making sure no questions go unanswered. Brittany has three young children and in her spare time enjoys spending as much time with her family as possible. They enjoy camping and fishing and cooking together. Brittany is a native of Riverton, WY and is happy to be back home and serving her community.
Shanda Barlow, MSW, PCSW
Speciality: Behavioral Health
Education: Graduated from University of Wyoming with a Master of Social Work.
Shanda completed her MSW clinical practicum at IHS in Fort Washakie. She loves working with all ages of people, children to adults. She is excited for her next step in her profession by becoming certified in play therapy.
She was born and raised in Fremont County and is excited to be back and help the community. When Shanda’s not at work she enjoys spending time with her family and her pets at home.