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Dr. Dean W. Bartholomew

Dr. Bartholomew grew up in Saratoga.  He attended Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska, before attending medical school at the Creighton University School of Medicine where he graduated with honors.  After medical school, Dr. Bartholomew completed his family medicine residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center / Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha, Nebraska.  He spent the next four years at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wyoming, before separating in 2008 at the rank of Major and as commander of the Aerospace Medicine Flight.  After one year on the teaching staff at the University of Wyoming Family Medicine Residency in Cheyenne, Dr. Bartholomew returned home to Saratoga with his wife Tonya to take over the Platte Valley Medical Clinic in July of 2009 as the physician-owner.

Dr. Bartholomew is involved at the state level on several efforts as a physician champion for telehealth,  PCMH transformation, and the state WyoPOLST program.  He has become the “voice” of rural medicine in Wyoming recently presenting on the topic to the US Senate Rural Health Caucus in April, 2016; at the Academy College of Physicians (ACP) Annual Meeting in Boston in May 2015; at the annual meeting of the Association of Health Care Journalists in March, 2014.  Lastly, Dr. Bartholomew is involved on the state legislative front having served as the President of the Wyoming Medical Society in 2014-2015 (read more).

Dr. Bartholomew discussing rural healthcare on Wyoming PBS

Medical Economics article on Telehealth

WMS Plane Crash Article

National Rural Health Day 2015 “Doc Hollywood” Recognition Article and here.

National Association of Health Care Journalists national conference presentation

WMS article on PCMH , page 12

WMS Rural Palliative Care article Here and Saratoga Sun article here.

WyoPOLST and Palliative Care Videos: WyoPOLST 1 , WyoPOLST 2Palliative Care

US Senate’s Rural Health Caucus and National Quality Forum Panel on Rural Health and Quality Measures and here.

WWAMI Student Visit (see “Education” section)


 

 

IMG_20170405_120030884    Jennifer Oiler, NP-C

Our Family Nurse Practitioner, Jennifer Oiler, spent most of her childhood in Laramie. She attended the University of Nebraska at Omaha and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology. After working as a laboratory technician for several years she chose to pursue a career in nursing. Jennifer graduated in 2009 from the University of Wyoming, Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing with a Master’s Degree as a Family Nurse Practioner.  After graduating she relocated to Saratoga to begin working with patients of all ages. She enjoys providing well woman care and caring for individuals with other health concerns as well.


 

IMG_20170405_163630515  Robert Keel, PA-C

Bob comes to us by way of the University of Utah.  Bob worked previously as an Emergency Room nurse and now will be applying all of those skills as a Physician Assistant.  Bob and Christy look forward to raising their four children here in the Valley.  Bob is an avid sports fan and loves his Utah Utes!

Posted May 12, 2011 by Dr. Dean Bartholomew

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  1. Hi,

    I came in to your clinic today for an acute migraine resulting from an MSG allergy. I cannot tell you how grateful I am that you saw me immediately and provided the care that I need. The provider I saw called herself Dr. T. She is a wonderful young MD. Your support staff was also very kind and helpful. My husband and I are grateful for you all.

    Thank you,
    Tami Gager, Ed.D.

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