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Physicians in training

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  • Written By: Karen Clarke
Physicians in training

If the doctors you see at Campbell County Memorial Hospital or the Campbell County Medical Group Main Clinic seem to be getting younger all the time, maybe they are.

Campbell County Health is pleased to welcome medical students in Internal Medicine from the WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho) program for their six-week clerkship rotations this spring and summer.

Each state participating in WWAMI partners with the University of Washington School of Medicine (UWSOM) to educate a fixed number of medical students from and for their state.

Our first student is Heather Stevens. Heather grew up in Seattle, and her rotation in Gillette marks her first trip to Wyoming. She is a third year medical student with an interest in primary care. During their clerkship program students get to experience many different medical specialties, with the goal of ultimately picking their favorite.

Heather is excited to explore the wide-open plains of Wyoming when she’s not learning from local WWAMI faculty like Dr. Nick Stamato, Campbell County Medical Group Cardiology.

Please join us as we welcome Heather to Gillette and CCH!

  • Category: Campbell County Medical Group Cardiology, Doctor, Employee Recognition