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Wyoming Health Care

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Wyoming Department of  Health believes in taking major health initiatives to protect the general health of peopleWyoming Department of Health believes in taking major health initiatives to protect the general health of people and countless visitors to the state. Wyoming Department of Health is the main health service provider in Wyoming who is responsible for improving the living standard and health of the citizen by giving them the best health regulation policies and services.

Best Hospitals in Wyoming


Hospitals in Wyoming are well equipped with technologically advanced facilities, efficiently manned and provide inpatient care, including medical, nursing, surgical, anesthesia, laboratory, radiology, pharmacy services, child care, maternity care, mental well being, and many more services. Some of the best hospitals are:

Star Valley Medical Center

They offer services in Psychiatry, Plastic Surgery, Ophthalmology, General Surgery, Weight Loss Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopaedic Medicine,Oncology and Hematology, Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine, Ear, Nose and Throat,Cardiology, Neurosurgery, Urology, Dermatology, and Psychology.

Contact Details
901 adam street
P.O. Box 579, Afton, WY 83110
Star Valley Medical Center
Phone: 307/885-5800
http://www.svmcwy.org/

Hospitals in Wyoming are well equipped with technologically advanced facilitiesWyoming Medical Center

They offer services in Infectious Disease, Life Flight, Maternity, Nephrology, Neurology, Orthopedic Surgery, Primary Care, Radiology, Weight Management, Urology and Oncology.

Contact Details
1233 E. Second St.
Casper, WY 82601
(307) 577-7201 (local)
(800) 822-7201 (toll free)

Wyoming Behavioral Institute

Wyoming Behavioral Institute is a psychiatric hospital located in Casper and specializes in the treatment of adolescents, children, and adults. Residential treatment for adolescents is also available. Mental and behavioral health problems treated at Wyoming Behavioral Institute include suicidal thoughts and actions,Depression, Substance use and abuse, Threats and plans to harm others, Self-harming behaviors, Anxiety and Depression.

Contact Details
Wyoming Behavioral Institute
2521 E. 15th Street
Casper, WY 82609
http://www.wbihelp.com/

West Park Hospital
707 Sheridan Ave.
Cody, WY 82414
Phone: 307.527.7501
Toll free: 800.654.9447

Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
214 East 23rd Street
Cheyenne, WY 82001
(307) 634-2273

Elkhorn Valley Rehabilitation Hospital
5715 E. 2nd Street
Casper, Wyoming 82609
Phone: 307.265.0005
Fax: 307.268.7770

Memorial Hospital of Converse County
111 South 5th Street
Douglas, WY 82633
(307) 358-2122

Campbell County Health
501 S. Burma I Gillette, WY 82716
307.688.1000 I 800.247.5381
P.O. Box 3011 I Gillette, WY 82717

SageWest Health Care
2100 West Sunset Drive
Riverton, WY 82501

Blood Banks in Wyoming


Blood Banks work efficiently to collect quality plasma in a safe and clean environment.Blood Banks work efficiently to collect quality plasma in a safe and clean environment. They produce and market life-saving, diagnostic systems, plasma-derived medicines and hospital pharmacy products. Many hospitals run their own organ and blood banks and save lives by providing blood and services to support transplantation and transfusion needs.

Biolife Plasma Services
Casper, Wyoming 82609
1-307-232-9232
www.biolifeplasma.com
Located in Natrona County

Biolife Plasma Services

Laramie, Wyoming 82070
1-307-742-3608
www.biolifeplasma.com
Located in Albany County

United Blood Services
Casper, Wyoming 82601
1-307-237-2328
www.unitedbloodservices.org
Located in Natrona County

Biolife Plasma Services
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009
1-307-634-5390
www.biolifeplasma.com
Located in Laramie County

United Blood Service
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
1-307-638-3326
www.unitedbloodservices.org
Located in Laramie County

United Blood Service
Rock Springs, Wyoming 82901
1-307-362-1835
www.unitedbloodservices.org
Located in Sweetwater County

Wyoming Medicaid


Wyoming's Medicaid works effectively for low-income families by giving them access to best medical facilitiesWyoming's Medicaid works effectively for low-income families by giving them access to best medical facilities by paying their medical expenses including foster and adoptive children, pregnant women and women having breast or cervical cancer and for those people whose income is not enough to meet the cost of required medical services.

To be eligible for Medicaid you should belong to any of the following category:

  • pregnant
  • over the age of 65
  • a child or teenager age 18 or under
  • been diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer
  • need nursing home care
  • disabilities
  • blind

Vital Records


The office of vital records work towards providing authentic records and data related to any vital records of all the citizens of Wyoming without any trouble. These records are essential for administration of law and for the protection of individual rights.

Birth Record

Event: Birth
Cost of copy: $13.00
Address:
Vital Statistics Services
Hathaway Building
Cheyenne, WY 82002

Death Record

Event: Death
Cost of copy: $10.00
Address:
Vital Statistics Services
Hathaway Building
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Remarks: Death records more than 50 years old should be obtained from the Wyoming State Archives at (307) 777-7826 orWyArchive@state.wy.us

Marriage Record

Event: Marriage (State)
Cost of copy: $13.00
Address:
Vital Statistics Services
Hathaway Building
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Remarks: Marriage records more than 50 years old should be obtained from the Wyoming State Archives at (307) 777-7826 orWyArchive@state.wy.us.

Divorce Record

Event: Divorce (State)
Cost of copy: $13.00
Address:
Vital Statistics Services
Hathaway Building
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Remarks: Divorce records more than 50 years old should be obtained from the Wyoming State Archives at (307) 777-7826 orWyArchive@state.wy.us.

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Wyoming Department of Family Services (DFS)


 works toward promoting the safety and well being of familiesThe Wyoming Department of Family Services works toward promoting the safety and well being of families and community by implementing various programs and by creating awareness.

Some of the Programs run by the department are:

Personal Opportunities With Employment Responsibilities (POWER)

This program is funded by state and federal dollars and works toward families with dependent children, self sufficient or not through child support, employment and many other resources.

Homeless Services

The Homeless Services Program is responsible for developing and implementing the ten-year plan to reduce homelessness called "Wyoming's Road Home". It also oversees the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and manages the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG).

Low Income Energy Assistance (LIEAP)

This program helps people pay their summer bills and is also open to renters and homeowners. It supports people by covering the amount of pellets, wood, diesel heating oil, natural gas, electricity, coal and propane when these are used for heating a home.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

This program supports low income families and poor people by providing them sufficient nutrients required to live a healthy life. It also helps those moving from welfare to work. SNAP benefits are distributed electronically through the Wyoming Card.

Telephone Assistance (TAP)

This program is funded by telephone firms to support low income people and help maintain a cable, landline, phone or cell phone. The program is to anyone covered by LIEAP, SNAP, Medicaid or other social service programs. For more information contact telephone company.

Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)

This programs helps people to be less dependent on government benefits by enrolling them in various career training programs so that they can get good jobs. For more information contact

Corrine Livers
TANF Program Analyst
(307) 754-2245, ext. 23

Wyoming Health Deaprtment works toward the safety of peopleAdult Protective Services (APS)

This program works for those adults who are eligible for protective services. Services may include: social casework, day care, physical evaluations, homemaker services, emergency shelter, home care, case management and mental healthcare. For more information contact

Dorothy Thomas,
Adult Protection Policy Analyst
(307) 777- 3602

Child Protective Services (CPS)

This service is provided to children who are neglected or abused by the parents or by the guardians. Child Protective Services is the work done in the interests of children to preserve families whenever possible and prevent abuse and neglect. For more information contact

Lauri Lamm,
Child Protection Program Analyst
(307) 777-5536

Community Juvenile Service Boards (CJSB)

Community Juvenile Services Boards works toward establishing, maintaining and promoting the growth of juvenile services in communities and prepare them for early awareness and diversion of children and youth at risk of entering the juvenile court system in an effort to prevent juvenile delinquency.

Amanda Bloom,
Social Services Program Analyst
(307) 777-6346

Contact Details
Wyoming Department of Family Services
Cheyenne
(307) 777-7921
1510 E. Pershing Blvd, 82002-0490
District Manager - Jeff Lamm
Family Assistance Region Manager - Jacque Herb
Monday-Friday
8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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