April is Occupational Therapy Month
Occupational Therapy addresses deficits in daily activities experienced at home, work or in the community. Deficits can be experienced by people of all ages and backgrounds, but there are ways to adapt and reduce the impact of many difficulties. Johnson County Healthcare’s occupational therapists focus on restoring maximum independence by providing home safety evaluations for…Read More
Get to know Dr. Ruby
Dr. Blaine Ruby is the practicing general surgeon at the Johnson County Healthcare Center. He graduated from Buffalo High School in 1991. He knew he wanted to come back and live in the community. After completing medical school and his residency, he made the trek back to Wyoming. We sat down with Dr. Ruby to…Read More
It’s a girl!
A match made in health care
There is laughter flowing from Dr. Alyse Williams’ office. It’s coming from her nurse, Niki Stenson. It’s been a long day, but Stenson and Williams still have a sense of humor. It’s obvious they have a connection – they’ve been a nurse/physician team at the Johnson County Healthcare Center for more than three years. “I…Read More