Dr. Christopher Havens was born in Laramie, Wyoming, and grew up where he enjoys his love of nature and his family. He spent four years at Lar Amie University in Wyoming and earned a Bachelor of Science in Physiology with his wife Jordan. He also completed a stay in oral and maxillofacial surgery in Chicago. During his stay, he distinguished himself by his specialized education and completed it as the number one resident.
He and his wife Diana studied at the University of Wyoming, where they earned a degree in music education. He was one of the few selected to attend the Advanced Education General Dentistry Residency at Offutt Air Force Base. After graduating from Dental School, Dr. Rocknak was honored to receive the coveted U.S. Air Force Health Professional Scholarship.
During his school days, he enjoyed meeting his professors, being part of a great clinic and volunteering to raise money for patients who receive free dental treatment. He feels blessed to be able to do a job he really loves and to be a member of one of the most prestigious medical schools in the United States. I love the private practice environment where I feel I can help others, build relationships with my patients, be an active participant in my community and the community as a whole, and be part of an incredible team.
He is also working to educate other health care providers and people in Wyoming that there are alternatives to pain treatment that do not include opioids. This will help to limit the spread of coronavirus and other viruses and help doctors and nurses focus on more sick patients. If you are older or chronically ill and are at risk of developing the Coronav virus, you do not want to be out there unnecessarily, even in your doctor's office.
While Christine cannot do all the necessary work, she will be able to do a little more training with her fishing or just enjoy some time in the saddle. Outside the clinic, Kinsley loves sports, cooking, baseball and UGA football for the ATL Braves and plays cornhole.
The mission of Crow Northern Cheyenne Hospital is to raise their physical, mental and emotional health to a higher level in partnership with the people we serve. Look out for Sarah and Brandon in CheYenne, as they really enjoy trying out new restaurants in the city and supporting the growing Cheysenne community. He is a member of the Crow National Guard and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and often looks after his wife Jeanette.
UFM provides a variety of services based on date and team to the Cheysenne community and beyond.
Adults under 21 who are not pregnant may benefit from non-pregnancy-related medical services or treatments that are accepted in most insurance plans. If you have a medical bill within 3 months of submitting your application for Medicaid, you can have the bill paid by Medicaid. The federal government requires state Medicaid programs to require repayments if they benefit certain deceased customers. We offer a graduated fee schedule according to which patients qualify according to income.
If you think you are eligible for Medicaid, you should cancel all other health insurance plans you may already have. The housing recovery is helping the state of Wyoming raise funds to pay for medical care through the Medicaid program for a growing number of people in need of care. If you do not understand or agree with our Medicaid decisions, please contact us for more information.
The clinic offers doctors who complete their medical studies and decide to pursue family medicine a three-year intensive training and experience. After the program was completed, Dr. Havens received the Bottone Prize, which was awarded to residents for their success in providing hospital dentistry. The Wyoming Family Medicine Clinic at the University of Wyoming Medical Center provides comprehensive medical care to patients of all ages, including obstetrics and gynecology.
Dr. Rocknak grew up in Idaho and earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Idaho State University. After graduating from high school, he received a swimming scholarship that took him to the University of Wyoming, where he earned a bachelor's degree in veterinary science. He received his Bachelor's degree in biology from the university before going to the Creighton University Dental School, where she received her PhD in dental surgery.
After seven years in the Air Force, he entered private practice in Cheyenne and returned in 2001. After his residency, Dr. Gallagher was accepted into the Faculty of Dentistry and Dentistry at the University of Wyoming Medical School and subsequently into the College of Veterinary Medicine.
There he obtained certification in veterinary assistance from Pima Medical Institute, then a degree as a veterinary technician associate at PIMA and finally an associate degree. He had the opportunity to own a boarding school and nursing facility before joining the Cheyenne Pet Clinic.