Amanda graduated with her Bachelors in Health Education from University of Vermont in 2000. After moving to Wyoming 15 years ago, she attended Sheridan College and received her nursing degree. She has been an RN now for 12 years and has worked in pediatrics, school nursing and women’s health. Amanda joined RHBH 8 years ago.
Amanda is a Vermont native and grew up in the professional horse business of show jumping and polo and spent much of her childhood competing in horse shows and playing polo in the Northeast and Florida. She has two children who are 8 and 10 and in her free time enjoys being active, playing and coaching hockey, working out, riding horses and keeping up with her kiddos.
WENDY WOOD NEESONNurse Practitioner
Wendy Wood Neeson is a Family Nurse Practitioner Certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. After graduating from Sheridan High School, Wendy completed her nursing degree at Sheridan College and went on to receive her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Nursing from the University of Wyoming.
Wendy has worked in many clinical settings including family practice, general surgery, women’s health, aesthetics, urgent and emergent care. Wendy is currently adjunct faculty for the University of Wyoming and E.A. Whitney Endowed Nursing Chair at Sheridan College.
Wendy enjoys sharing her knowledge of health and wellness with others as both clinical preceptor and guest speaker. Her presentations have been heard in secondary and post-secondary schools, and conferences including the FAB Conference and the American College of Nurse Practitioners National Convention.
Wendy enjoys spending time in the mountains, hiking, traveling, history, yoga, and most of all spending time with her family including her husband George and their five children.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Reproductive Healthcare of the Big Horns is guided by an experienced, compassionate volunteer board dedicated to providing comprehensive, high quality, voluntary family planning and other reproductive health care services in Northern Wyoming.