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PRMC announces new providers, days of service

August 06, 2013

Patients receiving care at Powder River Medical Clinic began seeing two new dedicated providers every Tuesday and Thursday at the clinic beginning this week.  Doug Dalton, PA, who has provided care at PRMC periodically over the last several months on a fill-in basis, is now here every Tuesday.  Lisa Cadwell, MD, is now seeing patients at PRMC every Thursday.  Additionally, Jeff Hostetter, MD, will see patients one Friday each month and continue providing the medical directorship for the clinic and the Powder River Manor. 

“Holy Rosary has a vested interest in Powder River County as we operate the clinic, provide the medical directorship at the Manor, and care for many patients from this area at our facility in Miles City,” said Paul Lewis, CEO, Holy Rosary Healthcare.

Darik Croft, MBA, Powder River Medical Clinic Director, said, “Dr. Cadwell and Doug are both skilled providers who are well-liked by their patients.  They’ll be a nice fit for the Broadus community.”

Dr. Cadwell, who grew up in Colstrip, recently joined Holy Rosary Healthcare and is pleased to be back in eastern Montana providing care to patients locally.  She graduated from medical school at Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, Mexico and completed her residency with Memorial Medical Center in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.  Dr. Cadwell has certifications in advanced cardiac, advanced obstetrics and advanced pediatric life support. Additionally, she is a member of the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Family Physicians.  She also speaks fluent Spanish.

Dalton has worked in the medical field since 1994 in Missouri, New York, and Billings, Mont., prior to moving to Miles City in 2006 to care for patients locally.  His medical career also includes 10 years as a doctor of chiropractic medicine.

Patients may continue scheduling appointments at the clinic by calling 436-2651.  In case of emergency, residents will continue calling 911.