Meet The Staff

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Bridget Mullen RN

Bridget grew up in Pittsburgh PA. After graduating from nursing school in 1986 she moved out west living in Denver for 3 years working in the areas of neurotrauma and ICU at Swedish Medical Center. Then a need for change resulted in 3 years working as a traveling nurse in various areas of nursing traveling the US. In 1991 she moved to San Francisco where she worked as an oncology nurse at Stanford Medical Center. The love of the mountains and skiing brought her to Jackson in 1998.

Kate Hayden

Kate made her way out west from Madison, Wisconsin, after receiving her Bachelors in Nursing at Winona State University, MN.  She quickly fell in love with the Teton range, hiking and the tight-knit community feel of Jackson.  She spent several years in the hospitality industry as a concierge, developing a love for travel and fine dining.  In her free time you can find her hiking, golfing, cross country skiing or entertaining her nephews. 

Marian Herbick

Marian grew up outside of Washington DC and graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in natural resources.  She moved to Jackson in 2011 and worked as a wildlife guide for several years before becoming interested in nursing.  She is a certified Emergency Medical Technician and Outdoor Emergency Care Technician and a ski patroller at Snow King in the winter.  In her spare time you can find her skiing, mountain biking, or riding her horse, Harley. 

 

Ashleigh Yost

Ashleigh is from Charleston, SC area, where she attended the College of Charleston and got her degree in Arts Management.  She moved to Jackson in 2010, following a love for mountains, fresh air and wide open spaces.  After years of bookkeeping and working in the hospitality industry, her growing interest in the medical field led her here.  She spends her free time practicing yoga, being on the water, and hiking through the mountains with her favorite hiking partner, her dog Eli.

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Valentino

Valentino joined the office in the winter of 2012. His is appropriately named for his loving nature and enjoys spending his days being scratched and rolling around the waiting area where he greets our patients.