Julie Fall, MD, the Campbell County Health February 2018 Provider of the Month.
Dr. Julie Fall joined the medical staff in 1984 and is Board Certified
in Pediatrics. She attended medical school at the
Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, Neb., and completed her pediatric residency at
Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO.
Dr. Fall and her husband, fellow pediatrician
Dr. David Fall, had planned on staying in Gillette for only three years to fulfill their
educational obligations to the state of Wyoming. The pair was going to
return to Kansas City, but realized that they had a more intensive and
challenging practice in Gillette than their friends and colleagues back
in Kansas. As one of very few pediatricians in a small, relatively isolated
community, the Fall’s practice, Big Horn Pediatrics, included neonatology,
oncology and pediatric emergency care over their 33-plus years in Gillette.
Under their leadership the Campbell County Memorial Hospital
Maternal Child department developed the high standard of education and training for the
Nursery staff that still exists today.
Dr. Julie is now caring for the second generation of Campbell County residents,
recognizing the parents of current patients that she cared for as children.
The Falls raised their three children in Gillette; Robin, Abby and Nathan.
Robin is a multimedia specialist and video production manager in Hong
Kong; Abby is a mom and a physician specializing in Reproductive Endocrinology
and Infertility; and Nathan is a second year law student. Dr. Julie jokes
that he is the only one of their children with a “normal”
As they begin to slow down their practice careers, Dr. Julie is looking
forward to spending more time with her one grandchild and hoping for more
in the future.
Thank you, Dr. Julie Fall, for keeping Campbell County kids healthy for
over 33 years.