WWAMI clerkship student Dana Morin just started her six-week OB GYN rotation at
Summit OB GYN. Dana grew up in Gillette and Sheridan, and Gillette was the first choice
as she ranked her picks for an OB rotation.
As a fifth grade student in the GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) program
Dana remembers spending time with then
Maternal Child Manager
Tracy Wasserburger. This experience sparked Dana’s interest in neonatology, and she’s
looking forward to seeing Tracy work as a neonatal nurse practitioner
as one of the CCH's
Created in 1971, WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho) is
a partnership between four western states that do not have medical schools.
Students who complete the WWAMI program receive their medical degree from the
University of Washington (UW) in Seattle.
Dr. Angela Biggs is part of the teaching faculty at UW, and Dana will be working closely
with Dr. Anderson, Dr. Biggs and
Dr. Amber Cohn in both the office and hospital settings.