James J. Naramore, MD, was graduated from the University Of Utah College Of Medicine. He completed his Family Practice Residency at the University of Nebraska Affiliated Hospitals at Omaha, Nebraska. He is board certified and has been recertified every 6 years by the American Board of Family Medicine. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is an Aviation Medical Examiner for the Federal Aviation Administration. Dr. Naramore has been certified by the American Association of Medical Review Officers as a Medical Review Officer—he is qualified to review urine drug screens for the US Department of Transportation. Additionally, Dr. Naramore is certified to perform DOT physicals according to DOT requirements.
Dr. Naramore was born in Gillette, raised here, and returned here in 1980 to serve this community. He has previously served on the Wyoming Board of Medicine’s Advisory Council for Physician Assistants for 17 years, and he served as medical director at Pioneer Manor Nursing Home for 21 years. He has also been involved continuously with Campbell County Memorial Hospital’s patient care and committees.
Outside of his medical practice he has been involved in organizing a local church and has continued involvement with local church work. He and his wife Karen have raised 4 children in Gillette. Some hobbies have included Toastmasters, reading non-fiction books, travel, photography, skiing, bicycling, and golf.
Dr. Wilkerson graduated from Creighton University School of Medicine. She completed her residency training in Family Medicine at the Clarkson Family Practice Residency in Omaha, NE. She is a Fellow in the American Academy of Family Practitioners, a Diplomate with the American Board of Family Practice, and a member of the American Medical Association and the Wyoming and Campbell County Medical Societies
She has a special interest in Women's health issues, pediatrics, and obstetrics.
Dr. Wilkerson is originally from Gillette having grown up here and attending school here. In her free time she balances an active life as a wife and mother of two very active children plus a large extended family. She is involved in many community projects and organizations.
Ms. Krehmeyer graduated from the University of Nebraska School of Medicine with a Master's degree in Physician Assistant Studies. Prior to completing her professional degree, she earned her Bachelor's degree in Human Biology. She has obtained, and holds her national certification for Physician Assistants. She is also a certified medical examiner for DOT physicals.
Ms. Krehmeyer treats all ages, and members of the family.
She also is originally from Gillette, and enjoys spending time with her family camping and hiking in the Big Horns. She has a little boy, who keeps her busy while not at work. She also enjoys photography, and traveling with her husband.
We are very happy to welcome Alison Brady, PA-C as the newest addition to our medical staff. We feel very fortunate to have her as part of our professional staff.
Ms. Brady moved to Wyoming from Illinois to attend the University of Wyoming. After receiving her Bachelor of Science in Medical Microbiology she then attended classes at Duke University Medical School in Durham, NC where she was awarded a Master of Health Science degree. She then received national certification from NCCPA as a Physician Assistant.
Since receiving her certification as a Physician Assistant, Ms. Brady has held several positions that have given her a broad scope of experience which she brings to our clinic. She worked in the urgent care and emergency departments of two different hospitals before establishing a general family practice with Family Health.
While pursuing her education, Ms. Brady traveled to different parts of the country and spent time in Europe where she developed an intense interest in photography while exploring the country. While medicine is her primary interest, she has continued to explore all aspects of her hobby in photography and spends her free time taking and editing photographs of people, animals, and landscapes.