Rob has been providing dental care at CHP-Bozeman Dental for several years. After completing his undergraduate degree at Montana Tech in Butte, Rob went on to Temple University in Philadelphia for dental school graduating in 2007. When not seeing patients, Rob enjoys spending time with his busy family.
Heidi earned her master’s of medical science and certified physician’s assistant degrees and retuned to CHP where she began her medical career as a medical assistant. Working at CHP fulfills Heidi’s personal mission of serving those less fortunate in her community. In her free time, Heidi enjoys skiing and running on the many trails around Bozeman.
Joy joined CHP in 2014. She has practiced counseling professionally for almost 20 years in various community mental health centers, residential treatment centers, alternative schools and crisis/disaster programs. She holds a BA in anthropology from the University of Montana and an MS in mental health counseling from Montana State University. Counseling is Joy’s third profession, having been a full time mom and a U.S Forest Service archaeologist, previously. In her spare time Joy likes to hike and hang out with her family and therapy dog, Crockett. She also enjoys collecting vintage Mexican jewelry, exploring thrift stores, watching movies and listening to music.
Kristi is a strong believer in CHP’s mission and vision and is thrilled to be back after doing a clinical rotation during her family nurse practitioner education at Johns Hopkins University in 2009. Bozeman is Kristi’s home town, and she enjoys traveling, hiking, reading and running when she’s not at CHP.
Rachel earned her dental degree from the Boston University School of Dental Medicine, after earning her bachelor’s degree from California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo. She has completed a two-year post-doctoral residency in advanced education in general dentistry at the University of Missouri School of Dentistry. Her most recent continuing education has focused on pediatric dentistry and dental management of the medically compromised patient. She enjoys being able to provide essential dental services to patients who are in need. In her free time she enjoys cooking, baking, reading and playing with her dogs.
Katelyn joined the CHP team in 2016 and believes strongly in the mission and values of the organization. Prior to coming to CHP, Katelyn worked as a comprehensive school and community treatment therapist in both Missoula and Bozeman for three years. Katelyn was born and raised in Ithaca, New York and earned her bachelors degree in community health education from Ithaca College in 2008. After her undergraduate work, Katelyn lived and worked outside of Boston before attending graduate school at University of Montana and earning her masters in social work in 2013. In Katelyn’s free time you can find her Skyping with her family back east, spending time with her boyfriend and dog, hiking, playing board games, and learning how to fly fish.
Jenny first joined CHP as an intern and is now part of the main behavioral health team. Growing up in Garrison, New York, Jenny attended New York University, earning a BA in journalism and mass communications. She earned her MS degree in counseling from Montana State University in 2011. Her work at CHP allows her to help people find better ways to manage their physical pain and lead fuller lives. In her spare time, Jenny can be found bicycling, participating in the Bozeman Zen group and learning how to speak Spanish.
Originally from Omaha, NE, completed medical school at OHSU in Portland, OR and then received Family Medicine residency training through the Providence Health System. She worked for Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center in Oregon for one year prior to moving to Bozeman to join Community Health Partners. Fluent in Spanish, Christina enjoys taking care of both English and Spanish-speaking patients from cradle to grave with a focus on wellness and preventive care. Christina enjoys snowboarding and cross country skiing in the winters, camping and hiking in the summers, with a budding garden and a few chickens in her backyard.
After growing up in Indiana, Liesl 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.