Don Tardif began his career in the U.S. Air Force, serving as an x-ray
technician. He found that he loved working with his patients and wanted
to provide more direct patient care.
Don pursued a path to become a physician assistant and went on to receive
a Master of Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Nebraska.
He joins the healthcare team at the Campbell County Medical Group Walk-in
Clinic in Gillette, Wyoming with more than 20 years of experience, working
in pain management, orthopedic and urology practices, as well as urgent
care. He chose Campbell County Health because it was a good opportunity
to work in a close-knit community.
“I grew up in a tiny town in Maine—I love living and working
in small towns,” said Don.
Don enjoys practicing in the clinic because he likes the idea of helping
patients feel better quickly. He also likes the other providers he works with.
Don lives with his wife in Gillette. They have six daughters between them
and enjoy going to visit them.
When he’s not working, Don enjoys spending time outside. He likes
to hike and camp, and ride his motorcycle.