Kelly McMillin, MD
Dr. McMillin is a Wyoming native, hailing from Gillette, Wyoming. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Wyoming in 2002. From there Kelly went on to attend the University of Colorado Health Science Center obtaining her Doctorate of Medicine. Wanting to return closer to home and her family, Kelly attended the University of Wyoming Family Practice Residency in Casper, Wyoming where after finishing she returned home here to Gillette. Kelly, her husband, and their four boys are actively involved in their church, recreation league sports and community.
Kelly, her husband, and their four boys are actively involved in their church, recreation league sports and community.
Diana Ohman, CDE
Diana has been a registered nurse in Campbell County for 42 years! In 2016 after years of hard work inspired by the passing of her mother to diabetes in 1999 and the diagnosis of her grandson at the age of 6 with type 1 diabetes she received her Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) license. Diana has worked with diabetes in the community since 1999. Her experience includes hospital nursing, NEW BOCES, Hospice, Campbell School District, Big Horn Pediatrics, Frontier Family Medicine and Campbell County Public Health. Currently, she is employed at the Children’s Center and Direct Family Care.
Diana's biggest motivator and inspiration has been her 12-year-old grandson, who was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at the age of 6. He is a true champion! Diana attends national diabetes conferences to remain in the forefront of ever-changing diabetes management. She has a passion to prevent and delay Type 2 Diabetes and she prays for a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. She is currently pursuing certification in Insulin Pump training. Diana is excited about the opportunity to work in the innovative environment provided by Direct Family Care.
Diana is married to Joel and has 3 adult children and 8 grandchildren. She is active in the ministry of Family Life Church and in 2004 she had the privilege of going on a medical mission to Africa. In her spare time, she enjoys her family, reading, cooking, gardening and her greenhouse. She is a member of Campbell County Master Gardeners.
Certified Diabetes Educators teach diabetics and their families about the disease process, treatment, glucose monitoring, nutrition, medications and benefits of physical activity. Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) education is available. For those in need of Insulin, education on injections and/or pump therapy can be provided. Scope of practice includes coordination of care with referring physicians for pre-diabetes, Type 1, Type 2, gestational diabetes and Insulin pump therapy.
Certified Medical Laboratory Technologist
Certified Medical Laboratory Technologists are healthcare professionals who performs chemical, hematological, immunologic, histopathological, cytopathological, microscopic, and bacteriological diagnostic analyses on body fluids such as blood, urine, sputum, stool, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), peritoneal fluid, pericardial fluid, and synovial fluid, as well as other specimens. Technologists often do more complex tests and lab procedures such as detailed manual tests and prepare specimens.
Kelly is our familiar face in the lab, however, she is a very talented woman and will be providing direct nursing care. We are very blessed to have her on our team! Kelly and her family have lived in the Gillette area for 16 years. Outside of work, they stay busy with church activities, the 4-H program and rodeos.