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Our Mission

To companion the end-of-life journey with skill and compassion.

Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions Program (CWHTP) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that exists as the premiere provider of end-of-life care for individuals and their families and caregivers. Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions has been providing services to patients and families since 1981, and currently serves more than 400 patients a year. We exist to provide hospice and Transitions services for individuals and their families, as well as grief care for the community as a whole.

Meet The Team

Our Vision

Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions envisions a community in which the end-of-life journey is embraced as a natural progression of the human life cycle; where individuals at the end of their lives are treated with dignity, respect and compassion; and where expertise is the standard in the continuum of care.

2022 Annual Report

Our Values

Integrity

We promote ethical practice in all that we do.

Compassion

We value individual worth and dignity.

Competence

We strive for excellence and continually enhance our professional expertise.

Stewardship

We practice wise use of fiscal and human resources.

Teamwork

Our mission is best met through collaboration with our patients, families and community partners.

Commitment

We pride ourselves in being forward thinking to ensure sustainability.

Our Staff and Board

Our team of qualified, caring professionals exist to be a hand to hold during life’s most difficult moments. Our staff is highly trained to be a physical, emotional, and spiritual support system for patients and their families.

Kilty Brown, MPA, RN

Executive Director

After graduating from the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing, Kilty moved to Wyoming to embark on a career in healthcare. As a nurse, she worked across the continuum of healthcare until she found her passion in hospice and palliative care. She considers providing comfort in an individual’s last days one of the greatest honors of her career.

Kilty is active in the palliative care community both regionally and nationally. She gives back to the community through Meals on Wheels and the Casper College School of Nursing Advisory Board.

Staff

Rachel McPherson

Director of Development

Paula Duran

Human Resource Director

Darci Reed, RN

Director of Clinical Services

Michael Steele, RN

Community Nurse Manager

Mel Baker, RN

Hospice Home Nurse Manager

Board of Directors

Scott Sissman

President

Retired, Energy Business Owner

Ryan Klinger

Vice President

VP Commercial Lender, Jonah Bank of Wyoming

Stuart Atnip

Treasurer, Secretary

President, American Title Company

Larry Kloster

Member at Large

Retired Financial Advisor

Joan Means

Member at Large

Retired, Banker

John Griffith

Member at Large

Business Owner, Tandem Design and Build

Tom Noonan

Member at Large

Retired, CLP Business Owner

Deanna Pickering

Member at Large

Financial Advisor, PMCH Wealth Advisors

Thomas Shanor

Member at Large

Attorney, Shanor Law Offices, P.C.

Rhonda Franzen

Member at Large

Human Resources, Casper College

Sarah Reed

Member at Large

Branch Manager, First Interstate Bank

Jerod Levin

Member at Large

Battalion Chief, Casper Fire-EMS

Paula Mongold

Member at Large

VP of Operations, Natrona Collective Health Trust

Michael Miller, DO

Member at Large

University of Wyoming Family Practice

The Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions Team is equipped to provide the support and care you need.

  • Our Clinical Team has over 170 years of collective experience in providing hospice care.

  • We value education. All clinical staff receives specialized training in end-of-life care. Our nurses and aides continue this commitment with ongoing clinical education and working toward Hospice and Palliative Care certifications.

  • Our staff is available 24 hours a day to meet your needs. We are here to help you stay at home and not return to the hospital.

  • We have a strong core of more than 80 trained volunteers. Our volunteers cook meals, provide companionship, sit vigil, and so much more.

  • We are a non-profit organization. That means we only answer to our patients, their families, and our community.

Interested in one or more of the topics below?

Call (307) 577-4832 to learn more and discuss scheduling a Hospice speaker.

  • Grief Services
  • Hospice Awareness
  • Volunteering
  • Embracing End of Life
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