Randy Baxter, DNP

Family nurse practitioner Randy Baxter, DNP is a lifelong Wyomingite who joined 307Health in June of 2024. He brings 16 years of patient care experience to our team.  Randy’s professional objectives are to “provide holistic and equitable primary care in Bighorn Basin; to empower patient autonomy and improve quality of life; and to be a lifelong learner committed to progressive professional development.”

Randy’s started with completion of his associate’s degree in nursing (ADN) in 2010 from Northwest College, followed by his Bachelor of Nursing degree (BSN) in 2016 from the University of Wyoming, and then his Doctor of Nursing degree (DNP) in 2019 from the University of Wyoming. Randy is accredited as a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-BC) by the American Nursing Credentialling Center with full prescribing and ordering privileges in the state of Wyoming.

Randy was recognized in 2016 with the Making A Difference In Wyoming’s Health Award for demonstrating commitment to continued education and excellence in nursing practice and, again, in 2019 with the Rural Advanced Practice Nursing Award for demonstrating exemplary practice in rural nursing.  When receiving this award, one preceptor wrote, Randy displays excellent professionalism, ethics and legal behaviors. He is self-motivated, reliable, and accepting of patients of many incomes and health literacy levels. He appears to meet the patient where they are and works from there to advance the patient’s health and health awareness.”

Randy and his wife, Jenna, and their three children make their home in Powell, Wyoming.  He enjoys the wide variety of family and outdoor activities offered in the Big Horn Basin and surrounding Wyoming mountain range.

Dean Bartholomew, MD

Dr. Dean Bartholomew grew up in Saratoga, Wyoming.  He attended Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska, before attending medical school at the Creighton University School of Medicine where he graduated with honors.  After medical school, Dean completed his family medicine residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center / Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha, Nebraska.  He spent the next four years at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wyoming, before separating in 2008 at the rank of Major and as the Commander of the Aerospace Medicine Flight.  After one year on the teaching staff at the University of Wyoming Family Medicine Residency in Cheyenne, Dr. Bartholomew was recruited back to Saratoga in 2009.  For eight years, Dean and his wife, Tonya, operated the Platte Valley Medical Clinic in Saratoga and built arguably the most advanced rural clinic in the state (and here).

Dr. Bartholomew is involved with initiatives throughout the state including champion for telehealth (and here), advocate for the WyoPOLST program, developing member of the State Alzheimer’s Dementia Plan, member of the State HIE Implementation Team, and a member of the Wyoming Cancer Coalition Palliative Care Initiative (page 34).  Outside of the state, Dean has spoken nationally at the US Senate Rural Health Caucus in 2016; in Boston at the American College of Physicians in 2015; and in Denver for the Association of Health Care Journalists Association of Health Care Journalists in 2014.  Last, Dean is involved in physician leadership at the state level having served as the President of the Wyoming Medical Society in 2014-2015 and now is serving as the President of the Wyoming Academy of Family Physicians from 2017-2019.

Bob Chandler, MD

Dr. Chandler was born and raised in Wyoming. He graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1993 and received his medical doctor degree from Creighton University in 1997. After completion of his residency in Family Medicine at North Colorado Family Medicine in 2000, he practiced in Douglas, Wyoming before coming to Powell in 2004. Dr. Chandler enjoys spending time with his family, and they enjoy most outdoor activities.

Mike Tracy, MD

Dr. Tracy has practiced internal medicine and pediatrics in Powell since 2002, is board certified in both specialties and a fellow of the American College of Physicians. He received his M.D. degree from the University of Colorado in 1994 and completed his residency in the combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Program at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York in 1998.