St. John’s Medical Center is officially open in Lander
h/t St. John’s Medical Center for the photos
Patients now have a central location in Fremont County to see providers from St. John’s Medical Center. Now open, the clinic offers family health services through a nurse practitioner, along with various specialized services, beginning with urology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, and telehealth. Additional specialties will be added over time.
“For many years, specialists from our medical staff have offered outreach clinics at various locations in Fremont County,” said St. John’s CEO Paul Beaupré, MD. “We believe that having a centralized medical office will be more convenient for our patients to receive services.”
The clinic’s primary care provider, nurse practitioner Tony Leonard, FNP-C, can care for most diseases, monitor health and lifestyle goals, and provide education about preventing chronic diseases. For those who need specialized care, Tony will oversee treatment with a specialist to ensure coordination.
Tony Leonard is a board-certified family nurse practitioner with over 15 years of experience. He graduated with honors with a master’s degree in nursing from the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, MD while serving on active duty in the US Army. Tony received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Iowa. He’s been a medical provider in Fremont County since 2013.
Board-certified in plastic and reconstructive surgery, John Payne, DO, offers free cosmetic consultations for surgeries, post-operative follow-up care, and in-office procedures including Botox® and fillers.
Dr. Payne attended the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. His residencies were at Franklin Square Hospital in Philadelphia and the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines.
For an appointment with Dr. Payne, call 307.733.8070
Urology services are provided by board-certified urologist Ted Morgan, Jr., MD. He offers preventive care, disease treatment, and surgery for men and women, including treatment for prostate issues, urinary tract infections, and more.
Dr. Morgan attended Georgetown University School of Medicine and completed his residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. His post-graduate training was in female urology and urodynamics at the University of Texas, and he is the author of more than ten papers.
For an appointment with Dr. Morgan, call 307.739.7690.
Telemedicine services include cardiology, diabetes education, general surgery, physical therapy/speech therapy, and sleep consultations.
The clinic is located at 175 N. 1st St., across from the Chamber of Commerce.