CRMC is a certified Rural Health Clinic that provides primary care services to our community. In addition to family practice and pediatrics, CRMC offers on-site lab, radiology and speech therapy services.
About Castle Rock Ambulance Service
Castle Rock Ambulance Service provides emergency medical services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to Green River and the surrounding area.
To provide affordable access to highest quality healthcare.
The Castle Rock Hospital District will:
- Continually monitor District health care needs and respond appropriately
- Create an environment fostering professional excellence
- Be known as a premier health care provider
- Strive to prevent illness and promote health
Quality, Sustainability, Accessibility, Respect & Trust, Compassion
Board of Trustees
Daniel Stanton (Dan) is a native of Sweetwater County, a graduate of the University of Wyoming and has lived in Green River since 2007 when he and his wife Kathy returned to Sweetwater County. His interests include being a dad to his two young girls, hunting, fishing and enjoying the wide open spaces of Wyoming with his family. Dan is an estimator and project manager for Industrial Services, Inc., an industrial construction company based in Rock Springs.
In addition to the Castle Rock Board of Trustees, Dan also serves on the Trona Valley Credit Union Board and Supervisory Committee. Being active in the community is very important to him and he looks forward to continuing to serve the residents of the Castle Rock Hospital District.
Lisa grew up in Kearney, Nebraska, where she attended the University of Nebraska-Kearney earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in K-12 Physical Education, Master of Science Degree in K-12 Guidance and Counselor and an Education Specialist Degree in K-12 Principalship. She served as a School Counselor in Nebraska for 10 years and one year a Personal/Career Counselor at Iowa Western Community College. While in Nebraska, Lisa served as President-elect and President of Nebraska Professional Counselor Association during which time she organized 3 years of state conventions for 700 attendees. Additionally, during this time she worked with the executive board to develop a state law on licensing of private practice counselors, hiring and working with a lobbyist and testifying before the Nebraska Unicameral committee in support of the need for the law. In March of 1992, Lisa attended a conference in Denver, where she met several teachers from Wyoming, and they discussed differences in education in each state. She was impressed with the direction they spoke about and decided she was interested in being part of Wyoming education. Lisa moved to Green River in August of 1992 as Counselor for Green River High School. She has served as a counselor, an Assistant, and a Physical Education teacher in Sweetwater County School District #2 for the past 25 years.
Lisa has served on the Castle Rock Hospital Board of Trustees since 2012 and has enjoyed learning about our local, state and national healthcare systems.
In 2009, Bob Gordon retired after 20 years as Executive Director of Staff Resources and Technical Services for Sweetwater County, with responsibilities for Human Resources, Planning, Zoning, and Engineering/Surveying/Mapping. During his tenure, Bob also developed and implemented the Human Resources and Central Purchasing Departments, as well as the County Compensation Plan, while also overseeing the completion of the County’s GIS mapping project and development of the County GIS function.
Prior to his service with the County, Bob spent 15 years in Industrial Relations Management, specializing in Human Resources Management, as well as Public and Governmental Affairs for Stauffer Chemical Mine and Refinery (now Ciner) and subsequently with Champlin Petroleum Company.
During his career, Bob served 10 years as a Western Wyoming College Trustee/Officer, and as an officer and/or member of numerous local, and state government executive boards and industrial operating committees including the Overthrust Industrial Association, Southwest Wyoming Industrial Association, the Lincoln-Uinta County Association of Governments, the Wyoming Private Industry Council, Sweetwater Economic Development Association, Wyoming Economic Development Association. Bob was also involved with the inception and early development of a number of major community initiatives, such as United Way of Sweetwater County, STAR Transit, etc.
Bob is a native of Green River and earned a B.A. with honors from the University of Wyoming, where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. He lists music, photography, and “Jeeping” as his recreational interests.
Sandee was born and raised in Rock Springs and Green River. She is married to Rudy Gunter and is the mother of seven children and has 18 grandkids. She was appointed to MHSC Board of Trustees in 1986 where she served for 10 years. During that time, she served as Secretary, Treasure and Chair. She has also been a member of the WHA Board of Trustees and delegate of the AHA region 8 Board of Trustees. She was elected to the CRHD Board of Trustees in 1996 where she has held various seats including Chairperson and Vice-Chair.
Patsy is a Wyoming native and has lived in Green River for the last 33 years. She has been married to Julian Sorensen for 48 years and is the mother of four children that all received a great education from the Green River school system. She is also the grandmother of 15 bright, beautiful and talented “grands.” Unfortunately none of them live here, so she fills her time by volunteering and helping others. She has been a long term board member at CRMC. She is also serving as the chairman on the VIRS Respite Board. Patsy enjoys reading, quilting, piecing, gardening and family research.