WNA is looking for an energetic and enthusiastic LPN to join our team of neurologic professionals. The responsibilities are wide ranging, so adaptability is highly valued. The best candidate will provide direct patient care including rooming patients, obtaining vitals and medical histories and reviewing medications. He or she will also work closely with our RN in support of our rapidly growing infusion medication program. IV certification is required and training/certification will be provided if needed. WNA is a busy practice and we take tremendous pride in the care we deliver. If you would like to play an important role in a high caliber medical practice, please send a letter of interest and resume to email@example.com
WNA is hiring a full time EEG technologist (R.EEG T. preferred). Will perform studies in our Casper office M-F and share call with another tech at Wyoming Medical Center. Check out our Jobs Site for more details.
Dr Bennett has retired. WNA working to ensure continuity of psychiatric patients.Read More
The term "Medical Marijuana" doesn't really mean anything anyway...Read More
Hemp oil with low THC levels will be legal in Wyoming to treat refractory epilepsy if recommended by a neurologist. This article provides some background on this issueRead More
WNA is looking for a psychometrist in Casper and a clinical psychologist in Cody. Go to our Jobs page for details including description duties and minimum qualifications. Join our team of expert NeruoHealth providers. We offer outstanding benefits in a collegial and supportive environment
The Primary Stroke Center at Wyoming Medical Center has been recognized by the American Heart Association as a Gold Plus & Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus facility. Here is a nice article about these accolades. We are very proud of our Neurologists and the WMC staff who knock it out of the park each and every day!
William Shughart, PA-C, has left WNA. Please join us in wishing him well in his future endeavors. Patients of Mr Shughart will be rescheduled with one of the neurologists for ongoing care. If you wish to have care transferred to another practice please come to the office to sign a records release form. We are actively seeking nearby options for patients with implanted pain pumps which we will no longer be able to manage.