Wind River Family & Community Health Care is proud to highlight its providers and showcase the expanded excellence of care it provides to the community. Today we are excited to introduce you to a new provider, Elizabeth Marshall, MD, and Alexa Callison-Burch, PA-C who has been a provider since 2019.
Alexa Callison-Burch, PA-C has been a member of the Wind River Cares team since October 2019. Originally from California, she has called Fremont County home since 2007. She left Wyoming briefly to attend the University of Utah’s Physician Assistant program, graduating in 2019.
Alexa’s Physician Assistant training focused on rural family medicine and care of underserved communities, two aspects of medicine she continues to enjoy. She was selected for the U of U School of Medicine’s Community Service Award and served as the director of a student-run free clinic in Salt Lake City. Alexa’s clinical training was conducted throughout urban and rural Utah and Wyoming where she gained experience in family medicine, women’s health, pediatrics, and emergency medicine. She enjoys forming a partnership with her patients to help them lead healthy, fulfilling lives.
Prior to becoming a PA, Alexa was a faculty member at the National Outdoor Leadership School, leading wilderness trips and teaching for the school’s Wilderness Medicine Institute. She loves to spend time outside, gardening, or hiking with her husband and dogs.
Undergraduate: University of California- Davis, BS in Landscape Architecture
Professional: the University of Utah, Physician’s Assistant Program
Elizabeth Marshall, MD
Dr. Marshall is a new provider this year to our clinic, and we are so grateful to have her. Previously, she worked for a year at the Veteran’s Administration in San Francisco, providing telehealth to veterans outside the clinic. She’s our only internal medicine physician, which means her training is focused on diseases in adults.
Undergraduate: Middlebury College, VT
Medical School: Brown University, Providence, RI
Residency: University of California San Francisco, Internal Medicine
“Having a relationship with a primary care provider facilitates better health care, whether it’s addressing an acute need or managing a chronic health problem, as a trusting relationship is at the heart of good healthcare.” Elizabeth Marshall, MD