I have been at Casper College as a nurse educator for 12 years and the Director of Nursing at Casper College for the last two years. My career has been in emergency medicine including being an EMT I, emergency nurse and flight nurse. I also worked at Wyoming Medical Center for 22 years. I have been on the Wyoming Board of Nursing for four years as the education representative and am the current board president.
Born and raised in Wyoming. I became a nurse in 1997. I have worked at Summit Medical Center two years in July as the chief nursing officer. Before that I was an operating room nurse.
I am the nurse manager of the neurology unit at Wyoming Medical Center. I have been in my position for a year and a half. I have worked at WMC for 9 years, first as a surgical unit RN. I am dedicated to serving the patients in our community, as well as the staff of WMC. Being a nurse is my life's passion, as well as being a mother to three beautiful children.
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I am an associate lecturer at the University of Wyoming and am currently the pre-licensure programs director at the Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing. I have been teaching at the University of Wyoming for eight years and have been in nursing education as an instructor for 16 years. My experience has centered on maternal/child health, women's health, reproductive health, life-span development, simulation and teaching/learning. I have experience teaching in the classroom (online and on campus), simulation and in the clinical setting. I love being part of nursing education in Wyoming!
Cristy Dicklich-Cobb, MSN, RN, Alumnus CCRN is the Chief Nursing Officer at Memorial Hospital of Converse County. Cobb joined Memorial Hospital in 2012.
Keeping the patient at the center of decision making is a beacon of direction in her practice. She believes in shared governance and involving people at the point of care in decision making.
Cristy has been an RN for 24 years, starting out working as a CNA in a nursing home. She has worked as a nurse in telemetry, radiology, intensive care and emergency departments.
Cristy and her husband Jim have six children ranging from 28 to 8 years of age. Her past-times include chasing kids, watching hockey and doing massive amounts of laundry.