Meet Bozeman's Providers

Christine Meyers, MDChristina Meyers, MD

Christina Meyers, MD, originally hails from Nebraska (someone has to!) and has moved to Montana to be closer to family and the outdoors.  Having previously worked in a community health center in Portland, Oregon, Dr. Meyers enjoys community medicine and working with the whole patient including their social, physical and mental health.  Dr. Meyers completed her B.A. at the College of St. Benedict/St. John’s in Minnesota and is a graduate of the Oregon Health and Science University in Portland.  She completed her residency in family medicine at the Providence Milwaukie Family Medicine program in Milwaukie, Oregon.



110CHP10Liesl Pessl, FNP  

After growing up in Indiana, Liesl Pessl, RN, FNP, knew she wanted to move west and pursue a career in healthcare working with underserved populations.  She attended nursing school at Montana State University in Bozeman and worked in nursing before returning to school at the University of Wisconsin – Madison to become a nurse practitioner.  She moved back to Bozeman and began volunteering at the former Gallatin Community Clinic and was hired by CHP in 2001. 

 “CHP has allowed me to pursue my personal mission of working with the medically underserved and do it in a beautiful place,” Liesl said.  “Our patients truly appreciate our care.  The CHP approach allows our clinicians to provide exceptional care for those who otherwise would not receive any care, perhaps.”




Justin Eisel, MD

Justin Eisel, MD, has been working at CHP-Bozeman for three years after moving west to escape the humidity of Minnesota.  He was raised in rural Fort Ripley, Minnesota and completed his undergraduate studies at St. John's University (the same program as Dr. Christina Meyers, our other family physician in Bozeman).  He attended medical school at the University of Minnesota (U. of Minn.) and finished is family medicine residency through the U. of Minn. in Duluth  

Dr. Eisel enjoys treating a variety of patients and confronting the barriers to health care access with a comprehensive approach - something he does regularly at CHP.  His hobbies include reading and alpine skiing.     


Kendall Parks, PA-C Kendall-Nurse 

Originally hailing from nearby Ennis, Kendall Parks, PA-C, spent time in Bozeman as an emergency medical technician working for the local ambulance provider.  It was there that she also had volunteered at the former Gallatin Community Clinic.  After earning her bachelor’s degree in science from Montana State University – Bozeman, Kendall pursued her dream to become a physician assistant and was accepted to the program at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland.  Kendall enjoys the population of patients that CHP serves.  “I like this dynamic environment working with passionate coworkers providing quality care and improving the health and well-being of our patients,” she says.


Sarah Alke, PA-C

Sarah Alke, PA-C, grew up in Bend, Oregon and moved to Helena to attend Carroll College, where she received her undergraduate degree in biology and Spanish.  Knowing she wanted to become a physician assistant, she received her master’s degree in physician assistant studies from Rocky Mountain College in Billings.  Sarah currently is a fill-in provider at all of the CHP sites and really enjoys CHP’s focus on evidence-based medicine to treat, but more importantly, prevent disease.