MHCC is Providing a New Patient Experience for our Community!

Memorial Hospital of Carbon County is proud to introduce our NEW Family Practice Clinic located at 300 3rd Street in Rawlins!

This newly constructed, state-of-the-art, 7,500 square foot building hosts 12 exam rooms, 2 procedure rooms, in-house X-Ray capability, a separate call center, and a classroom available for meetings and public use. The beautiful, modern design is complimented by efficient work flow and cutting-edge technology.

An improved patient experience begins the moment you enter the large, inviting waiting area where you will be greeted and assisted by our friendly staff. Our trained Medical Assistants will make sure your health information is correct and complete to ensure your provider has everything they need before your appointment.

Most importantly, MHCC Family Practice Clinic is home to multiple providers who are committed to ensuring you receive the highest quality care in a comfortable, clinical setting close to home!

We look forward to serving the patients and families of this community at our new clinic location.

Call us at 307-324-8494 to schedule an appointment for your family care needs!

Meet Our Newest Providers

Wallace Salter, MD
Family Medicine

Wallace Salter, MD, was born in Montreal, Canada. He grew up on a farm near Niagara Falls, where they raised beef cattle and thoroughbred racehorses. As a professional skier, and a rock climber, moving west was always his dream. While attending CU/ Boulder, Wallace met the love of his life, Debby. Marrying in undergrad, they attended medical school at SUNY/ Buffalo Medical School. Completing a general surgery internship, and a family medicine residency and board certification, Wallace worked full time emergency medicine for the past 30 years, and family medicine with his wife. Raising three wonderful children, the family enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, playing musical instruments in bands, hiking, and skiing. Wallace’s interests include  hunting, collecting and shooting antique guns, coin collecting, and reading. He has composed over 30 songs, and plays guitar and piano. Debby and he co-authored a medical thriller, and Wallace holds a medical patent. Both he and Debby are very excited to be here in Rawlins, and look forward to caring for all the wonderful people we have already met.

Debra Salter, MD
Family Medicine

Debra Salter, MD, was born and raised in Albuquerque, NM and graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from the CU Boulder and her honors included Phi Beta Kappa and Rhodes Scholar Nominee. Dr. Salter has been in medical practice since the completion of her medical degree and Family Medicine Residency at SUNY Buffalo Medical School and Family Practice Residency, in Buffalo, NY. She has worked in family medicine and ER for over 30 years, and in 2015 became board certified in Obesity Medicine as well.  Throughout her career, Dr. Salter has gravitated toward mentoring and leadership positions. She has served as Clinical Professor for FM Residency in Grand Junction, as an Urgent Care Medical Director for the state of Colorado, as a member of the Medical Board of Directors for Community Hospital in Grand Junction, CO, and served on the Nutritional Counsel on Obesity. She is currently on the National Obesity Medicine Council for the development of obesity medicine diagnosis and treatment protocols and creation of a national educational tool. She is a published clinical researcher, and is currently active with projects related to obesity, genetics, and metabolic disorders.

Debra has been married for 40 years, has three children, a grandson, two dogs, and owns a home in Rawlins, WY.  She plays flute and sings in a Celtic band with her husband, and in “HeartStoppers” band with her daughter. She has co-authored a fictional novel, a children’s book, and medical education booklets. She loves to quilt, hike, camp, and ski.

Chere Bohr, FNP
Family Medicine

Chere is a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, who has called Wyoming home for over 26 years.   She believes care should be centered around the patient and their unique needs, while creating a long- lasting trusting relationship.  Her journey into healthcare began over 16 years ago when serving as a Medical Technician for the Wyoming Air National Guard.   She has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Wyoming, a Master of Science in Nursing from Walden University, and a Master of Arts from Liberty University in Human Services Counselling; Life coaching.  Her background includes nursing experiences in Women and Children’s services, Intensive care,  Emergency Department, and  Forensic Nursing.  In these roles she pioneered and served on various boards increasing education and awareness for people experiencing physical, sexual and mental abuse including Human Trafficking.

Her passion is to help empower patients to create their healthiest lives by providing individualized care to the whole family, from pediatrics to adults, wellness exams, family planning, sick visits, and management of acute and chronic conditions.  She is skilled in select office procedures and excited to help patients meet their own health goals.  Being a champion for all patients she is also able to provide medication assisted treatment for substance use concerns.  When she is not working, she can be found spending time with her family and friends in various outdoor activities.  These activities include hiking, running, fishing, sporting events and sandy beaches.

Jennifer Wagy, FNP
Family Medicine

Jennifer Wagy graduated with her Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of Wyoming.  She is a Board certified Family Nurse Practitioner through both the ANCC and AANP, with 9 years of nursing experience in both hospital and clinic settings in rural Wyoming.

Jennifer looks forward to providing quality care to all ages across the lifespan. In becoming a nurse practitioner, one of her main goals was to build on her foundation of nursing and her desire to care for people so they could live their best lives.  She believes that building trusting relationships with patients is a key element of this goal as it allows for better continuity of care which is linked to better health outcomes.  Preventative medicine and quality management of already present conditions is also paramount to the health of our community and she is very excited to be part of the MHCC team and able to provide this care to  the residents of Carbon County.

Stephanie Chiu, MD, MBA
Family Medicine

Stephanie Chiu, MD, MBA, is very excited to have moved to Rawlins and join our fabulous community.  She grew up in Fort Collins, and went to undergraduate and medical school in Rochester, NY and Cincinnati, OH.  She completed her family medicine training in Westminster, CO at Saint Anthony North Hospital, a yearlong leadership fellowship, and also recently completed her executive MBA in healthcare administration.  She has worked in several different settings such as educational, clinic, hospital, nursing home, and hospice settings.

Stephanie is expecting her first child in January and enjoys spending her free time with her husband and four dogs.  She also enjoys hiking, fishing, swimming, playing video games, and reading.