REGISTERED NURSING TEAM
Sarah Halfman, RN
Sarah is one of our longest-serving employees. She has been an RN with LPWC since 2007!! Sarah works with our Women’s Health team and loves taking care of women of all ages. Have a question or need help over the phone? You probably have had the pleasure of getting to chat with Sarah.
Sarah was born and raised in Laramie and in her free time, she loves enjoying the beauty of Wyoming’s fresh air. Most weekends of the Summer she can be found up in the mountains, camping, 4-wheeling, and having a great time with her “camping crew”. Sarah has one son who she loves hanging out with.
Ann Gallegos, RN
Annie has been with LPWC since September 2007 as a Registered Nurse. She works daily with our Pediatric team. Annie is a familiar face you will see when your kids come into the clinic.
She was born and raised in Laramie and it seems like she knows everyone! Annie loves spending time with her family including her 3 awesome daughters, spending weekends at their family cabin, and enjoying the beautiful Wyoming outdoors. She loves animals and has numerous dogs, cats, and horses. Annie is a grandma to 1 cutie-pie granddaughter with another on the way!
Madison Ramos, BSN, RN
Madison is one of our Women’s Health RN’s and has been working at LPWC since 2018.
Madison is originally from Worland, WY. She came to Laramie to complete her Bachelor’s degree in nursing through the University of Wyoming and has not left. In her free time, she enjoys reading crime novels, being outside especially hiking. During her hikes, you can usually find her taking lots of photos. She spends her weekends remodeling her new home and anything and everything that involves her sassy dog, Scout!
Konea Dory, RN
Konea joined the LPWC team as a Registered Nurse in May 2019 and loves being part of the Laramie community. She worked with both our women’s health and pediatric patients full-time but now has transitioned to a part-time member of our staff. She will be helping with our community education events and working in the clinic occasionally, so you may see her smiling face all around the clinic.
She has 5 children, one daughter-in-law, and one “super awesome” husband who she has been married to for 20 years! Some of her favorite things to do are rodeo with her family, hike in the Snowys, early morning runs (she loves running more than chocolate cake), horse rides, fishing, and anything beachy! She also loves to bake and cook and feed hungry cowboys.
“ I love being a nurse and since I was a kid, have dreamed of doing humanitarian missions.
Aimee joined LPWC in October of 2019. She was born in Greely, CO but spent the majority of her childhood in Windsor, CO. She moved to Laramie in 2007 to attend nursing school, She graduated from UW in 2009 and has been an RN since 2009.
In her free time, she likes to spend her time hanging out with her husband and daughter, reading, and golfing. She loves animals and has several cats and dogs.
Jill DellRio, RN
Bio coming soon!
Christy is originally from Seattle, Washington but has lived in Laramie for 15+ years. She is one of the “lifers” at LPWC and has been with us since 2006!
Christy currently works as one of the clinic’s CNA’s with the Women’s Health team. You can always find her running around the clinic taking care of patients and getting stuff done.
She has been together with her husband for 24 years! In her free time, she enjoys everything outdoors. She loves to camp and ice fish and in the summer you can find her camping nearly every weekend with her family and friends. She LOVES all dogs and has never met a dog who didn’t immediately love her back. Her own fur-baby Porter enjoys tagging along for all adventures and living one super spoiled life.
Kaitlyn is a Medical Assistant/EMT who cares for patients of both the Women’s and Children’s clinics at LPWC.
She is originally from Cheyenne and moved here to attend UW. “I loved Laramie so much, I decided to make it my home.” Kaitlyn enjoys being outdoors with her husband and two dogs as much as possible in the summer and winter. She can most often be found in the mountains hiking, fishing, camping, riding my dirtbike, and snowshoeing. When not doing outdoor adventures Kaitlyn enjoys traveling, watching movies, and catching up with friends and family.
“I am so happy I can work here and help the women and children in the community!”
Ariana began working at LPWC in the summer of 2020 with the pediatric team. “I enjoy seeing the babies grow and learn and they have helped me to grow and learn from them.” Recently she has started training and working on the Women’s Health team.
Ariana was not born in Wyoming, but she was raised for most of her life in Buffalo WY. Life has now taken her down to Laradise where she is attending the University of Wyoming. Currently, she is completing Paramedic school in hopes of becoming a paramedic and helping so many more people. She enjoys ice fishing and ice skating, and seeing the outdoors and all they have to offer her!
Bio coming soon!
Olivia was born and raised in Laramie, Wyoming, graduating from high school in 2005. She joined the LPWC team in the summer of 2020 as an amazing MA on our Women’s Health team.
Prior to joining Laramie Physicians For Women and Children, she fell in love with the medical field after working as a front desk receptionist for a local urgent care. She attended LCCC and got her CCMA (Certificate Clinical Medical Assistant) in 2018. While attending school, she continued working and was the Occupational Medicine Manager and Billing Manager. In 2019 she became the Clinic Manager of the urgent care and helped run their 3 clinic locations.
Olivia got married shortly after high school and has 3 “amazing kiddos”! She enjoys spending time with her family and listening to music.
Kelly grew up in central California and moved to Wyoming after graduating high school to take care of her aging grandparents and spend more time with them before they passed away.
“While my grandfather was in an assisted living facility it bothered me the lack of care and compassion I saw in so many of the staff. After the passing of my grandfather, I found my calling as a CNA and vowed to show care, compassion, and empathy that seemed lacking for him and so many others.”
Kelly is passionate about spending time with her family, attending sacrament, being in the outdoors, dance, and music.
“I am very happy to be a part of the LPWC family and look forward to the many years of knowledge and experience I will gain, and the many faces I will be blessed with interacting with.”
Britnie started working as one of our women’s CNA’s in June of 2020. She became a CNA back in 2013.
Britnie has been married for five years and has the “best one-year-old daughter ever.” She has four large dogs that help make up her family, She enjoys spending time with her family, going hiking, and fishing.
Liz has spent the last 7 years as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) primarily caring for her mother from cancer and grandmother from dementia and Alzheimer’s. During this time she learned a variety of skills, but most importantly, she learned the best health care is compassion, understanding, and respect for each patient. Determined to expand her abilities, Liz completed the Medical Assistant Program at the Laramie County Community College (LCCC) and was fortunate to complete clinicals at Laramie Physicians for Women and Children (LPWC). She found, as you will too, that the LPWC doctors, nurses, and staff are remarkable people, holding her same values, and immediately welcoming her into the clinic. She was delighted that upon graduation in December 2020, she was able to join LPWC full time.
Liz grew up on a ranch west of Laramie, helping raise cattle and sheep, grow hay, and maybe fall off a horse or two into a mud puddle. In addition, her mother owned a thriving flower shop, where she regularly helped with design, delivery, and sales. After high school, Liz worked for Wyotech as a collector/accountant and later opened her own home bakery that was featured in Good Housekeeping. Yet, through all of these accomplishments, her pride and joy are her two sons. Together they love to mountain bike, metal detect, hike, shoot targets, play Fortnite (which Liz is getting pretty good at), and spend time with friends and family. They also enjoy visiting their family retreat in Thermopolis, Wyoming, and spend time in the hot springs and fishing!
Liz’s personality matches her favorite color (yellow) and her favorite flower (a sunflower). She can’t wait to meet you and find out how she can make your day a bit better.
Heidi Schroeder, MA
Hi I’m Heidi! I am currently working as a Medical Assistant at LPWC.
I grew up in Laramie and graduated from Laramie High in 2020. I completed my EMT certification in the fall of 2020 and began working here in December. I am very lucky to be working with and learning from such qualified individuals, who are dedicated to kindness, compassion, and high-quality care. I am hoping to further my education in medicine in the future.
In my free time, I enjoy downhill and cross country skiing, hiking, running, weight lifting, cooking, reading, writing, and laughing at memes. I love to talk about books, films, and music, so tell me about your favorite book, movie, or song sometime!