Board and Staff
Board of Directors

Nicholas W. Morris, MD

Past Chairman of the Board
Dr. Morris is a founder of HMVMC, and was Chairman of the Board from the Clinic's inception,stepping down in 2015.  Now retired, he practiced general surgery in rural America for eighteen years in northwest Wyoming.  He has been on the faculties of Dartmouth Medical School and the University of Washington School of Medicine.  Dr. Morris has  extensive experience in humanitarian work with Project Hope in Indonesia and Central America, and he has served a medical mission in Africa.  Dr. Morris was honored with the "Wyoming Physician of the Year Award" in 2010 in part for his work with the Heart Mountain Volunteer Medical Clinic.   

Georgina Draur Hopkin, RN, MSN, MPA, PhD
Georgina Hopkin graduated from Nebraska Methodist College of Nursing in Omaha with an RN, where she worked in Orthopedics, Neurology, and Neurosurgery and was an assistant head nurse. She received a BSN from Clarkson College of Nursing in Omaha in 1983, and while managing a busy Open Heart Critical Care Unit, earned a Masters degree in Public Administration and a Graduate Certificate of Specialization in Gerontology from the University of Nebraska-Omaha in 1989.  In 1997, she earned a PhD in Community and Human Resources with a tract in Educational Gerontology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and was an adjunct professor of Advanced Nursing and Leadership and Management at Methodist College of Nursing for a time. In 2009, she earned a Master of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Phoenix, and took several classes toward being a Nurse Practitioner from The University of Massachusetts-Boston. She is a member of Golden Key National Honor Society and the Omnicron Delta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. She has been on several boards of directors, including Condon State Bank in Kansas, works on call at a financial brokerage firm, and owns several businesses in retail and real estate.

Ruth Edge, RN
Ruth retired after spending 24 years working as a Public Health Nurse in Wyoming, the last 10 of those years in Powell.  Her areas of interest included maternal/child health, especially working with first-time mothers in the Nurse Family Partnership Program, providing health consultation to local child cares, and serving in Meeteetse in positions of school nurse and an immunization advocate for children and adults.  Ruth has been involved in community health planning for over 15 years with the Park County Health Coalition, Park County Coalition Against Substance Abuse, and other coordinating organizations.  She was one of the original organizing committee for Heart Mountain Volunteer Medical Clinic. 

Guy Brooks
Guy spent almost 40 years in the data processing industry culminating in operating his own company specializing in electronic funds transfer, ATM, POS, and transaction processing.  He retired in 2009 and moved with his family to Cody in 2011.  In addition to volunteering with the clinic, he has been active in the Boy Scouts and other youth oriented organizations.

Randy Feusner
Randy is a husband, father of four and grandfather of eight, three of which are triplets.  He grew up in Powell, Wyoming.  After college he lived in Billings and Missoula before returning to Wyoming, and has now lived in Cody for 18 years.  He is an independent financial advisor with offices in Cody and downtown Billings.  He enjoys sports, waterskiing on Big Horn Lake and flying for business and pleasure.  He spends most of his spare time with his children and grandkids, who are spread out across the country between Wyoming and Florida.

David Blevins

Caroline Diaz
Caroline has spent 10 years working for Northwest Wyoming Community Actions Programs, NOWCAP, in their Migrant Health and seasonal Head Start Programs.  She worked her way up to the position of Director of the Powell Center.  Caroline has been with Migrant Health and Women's Wellness programs working as an outreach worker and interpreter for clients in the Big Horn Basin as she is fluent in the Spanish language.  For the last few years she has willingly lent her interpretive services to HMVMC whenever she is needed.

Richard Anderson, MD
Dr. Anderson graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School in 1972, and completed his internship and residency in internal Medicine in Michigan.  Upon moving to Wyoming, he worked on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Indian Health Services. In 1978 Dr. Anderson moved to Cody where he was one of the first two internal medicine specialists to practice. After 10 years he moved to Billings, MT where he was associated with St. Vincent Health Care.  Approximately three and a half years ago he moved back to Cody and presently works for West Park Hospital.  Dr. Anderson is a regular provider with HMVMC, and joined shortly after the opening of the Cody branch in 2010.  Dr. Anderson has been practicing medicine for 36 years and is board certified and a fellow of the American College of Physicians. 
Theo Riley, PhD
After graduating from Utah State University with a Ph.D. in psychology, Theo worked as a psychologist in Montana, Wyoming and the Marshall Islands.  A majority of that time was spent at West Park Hospital, Park County Mental Health Center (Yellowstone Behavioral Health Center), and private practice in Cody, WY.  Theo is partly retired but continues to do psychological testing for the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services.  Since the health care environment is constantly changing, she applied to become a board member for the Heart Mountain Free Clinic to gain more information about current medical needs, to find and support ways to finance the clinic, and to use her psychology background when needed.  Theo is pleased to be part of a dedicated team of volunteers who give their time and share their knowledge to serve patients in the Big Horn Basin.

Pastor Steve Nelson
Steve is an ordained pastor serving four churches in Wyoming and employed by the Rocky Mountain Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. In addition to his pastoral ministry, he is the President of The Hope of Survivors and an international speaker on clergy sexual abuse. Steve holds a degree in Social & Behavioral Sciences and is a Board Certified Biblical Counselor (BCBC) through the Board of Christian Professional and Pastoral Counselors, a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC).

Amanda Brengle
Amanda graduated from the University of Wyoming in 2002 with a bachelor of arts degree in Criminal Justice, minor in Sociology with an emphasis in Pre-Law.  She has worked in the non-profit sector as an Executive Director of Turning Point Pregnancy Resource Center in Jackson, Wyoming, and Southern Hills Economic Development Corporation in Hot Springs, South Dakota.  After Amanda moved to Cody with her family in 2015 she changed directions and began working as a Program Manager with Wyoming Cancer Resource Services in the West Park Hospital Prevention and Wellness office.  Over the past two years Amanda has been involved in many faucets of community health planning with organizations including Park County Health Coalition, Poverty Alleviation Coalition and others.  Amanda volunteers as an active member of the local Soroptimist’s Club and is on the Event Team Leadership Committee for the local American Cancer Society Relay For Life.

Matt Streicher

Ronda Elias, RN

Linda Hausner, RN


Jack Webb, MS, MA
Executive Director

Jack graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1969 with a master's degree in electrical engineering.  He worked as an engineer and manager in the aerospace industry until 1996, when he made a career change to healthcare information technology.  He has served as CIO at Washakie Memorial Hospital in Worland, WY, and retired in 2007 as director of information technology at West Park Hospital in Cody, WY.  Since then Jack has continued a part-time business as an IT consultant, and he assumed the position of executive director of HMVMC in 2014.

Lauretta, RN
Patient Care Coordinator