Providers

Our highly skilled, board-certified specialists work as a team to ensure you receive expert diagnosis and treatment.


Doctors

  • Robert L. Tobin, M.D., DABR

    Dr. Robert Tobin, M.D., DABR, Radiation Oncology

    Dr. Robert Tobin’s philosophy is to provide individualized patient care that is as good or better than any other center in the US. In fact, he and his staff are obligated by Rocky Mountain Oncology’s mission statement to treat every patient as if they were family. As a result, patients experience continuity with compassionate and ... Continue Reading

  • Dr. John Purviance, M.D., DABR

    Dr. John Purviance, M.D., DABR, Radiation Oncologist

    Though born and educated on the east coast, Dr. John Purviance moved to Casper in 2007 for a small-town lifestyle with the opportunity to practice “big-city medical care.” As he was considering permanent positions following his residency at Tufts University, Dr. Purviance was impressed with Casper’s high level of specialty care, and felt that Rocky ... Continue Reading

  • Dr. Christine Lauro, M.D., DABR

    Dr. Christine Lauro, M.D., DABR, Radiation Oncologist

    After joining the team of physicians at Wyoming Oncology, Dr. Christine Lauro’s expectations were exceeded. She was impressed by the comprehensive and advanced level of specialty care provided at Rocky Mountain Oncology. Dr. Lauro believes that a philosophy of compassionate patient care combined with sophisticated oncologic practice results in the most optimal outcome for each ... Continue Reading

  • JoAnn Ramsey, PA-C

    JoAnn Ramsey, PA-C, Physician Assistant (Radiation Oncology)

    With over 30 years in the medical field, Physician Assistant JoAnn Ramsey can confidently say that Rocky Mountain Oncology provides exemplary care. Since the facility treats patients so comprehensively with spiritual, financial and wellness care, she makes her role in patients’ physical care as holistic as possible. Part of her approach includes education. She believes that ... Continue Reading

  • Nancy Halsey, NP-C

    Nurse practitioner Nancy Halsey’s daughter was five years old when she was diagnosed with cancer. Without access to a local oncology center, her daughter was treated in Denver. Nancy quit her full-time teaching position to devote all of her time and attention to her daughter, and she and her family made frequent trips from their ... Continue Reading

  • Gail Enyert, NP-C

    Bio coming soon!

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Casper Staff

  • Jean Mullins

    There are so many wonderful things about the partial breast irradiation that I don’t know where to start. I guess the most important point to me was that I was thrilled to get my life back 6-8 weeks faster than with regular radiation.

    I got treatment in five days and it was virtually painless. I had ... Continue Reading

  • Dale Anne Wood

    I am one of the biggest champions of Wyoming Oncology. I felt like I was in a zone during treatment. My tumor was positioned so that radiation would have to hit my esophagus. I was worried that I wouldn’t want to eat and would lose weight. Dr. Tobin worked hard to get those angles just ... Continue Reading

  • Linda Moss

    I was blindsided by the words, “It’s Cancer.” There was no warning, lumps, or other signs. I went for a physical and was sent for the usual mammogram. From there, my life snowballed into a maze of tests and treatments.

    I have completed two sets of chemotherapy, and am now scheduling surgery and radiation therapy.

    I do ... Continue Reading

  • Kim Shade

    Three days after my husband and I decided to move to Casper from Madison, WI, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Upon arriving in Casper, we went to meet Dr. Henshaw who would be my new oncologist. We loved her immediately. She really spent time making us comfortable and answering all our questions. After a ... Continue Reading

  • Transportation & Housing

    We have a local Blue Envelope Health Fund volunteer van service as well as a Help for Health van from the Lander-Riverton area to serve our patients. The Casper and Riverton vans are not wheelchair accessible. To reserve a free ride on either van, please call our office at 307-235-5433 for information on scheduling. Please ... Continue Reading

  • Caring Bridge

    Stay connected with family and friends throughout your treatment and recovery as you cope with a serious medical condition. CaringBridge is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization whose mission is to bring together a global community of care powered by the love of family and friends in an easy, accessible and private way.

    • Create and personalize your ... Continue Reading
    • Financial Counseling

      Sometimes financial questions can distract from your treatment experience. Your financial counselor is here to be one of your first points of contact as your on-site resource for financial concerns and questions as well as to evaluate your personal needs.

      In order to provide you with the best possible care, we have designed a financial assistance ... Continue Reading

    • After Hours Care

      Emergencies & Phone Calls
      Our nurses return calls during business hours as time permits. If a matter is urgent, please tell our front office support staff so that your nurse can confer with you in the timeliest manner possible. Please understand that calls for test results and prescription refills will be returned after urgent patient ... Continue Reading

    • Facilities

      Wyoming Oncology is a spacious, comfortable, state-of-the-art 19,000 square foot center that not only offers excellence in medicine but an environment of comfort and retreat.

      The Community Resource Room is an oasis set up for our patients, families and friends to read while relaxing in one of the 2 massage chairs, sitting by our stone fireplace ... Continue Reading

    • Prescriptions

      We are happy to refill the medications we originally prescribed or are monitoring. If you need a prescription refilled, please call by 3pm, and have your pharmacy’s phone number available. Please allow 24 hours to get them approved, signed or called in. For narcotics such as Percocet, MS Contin, Oxycontin or Dilaudid, plan to either ... Continue Reading


     

    Laramie Staff

    • Jean Mullins

      There are so many wonderful things about the partial breast irradiation that I don’t know where to start. I guess the most important point to me was that I was thrilled to get my life back 6-8 weeks faster than with regular radiation.

      I got treatment in five days and it was virtually painless. I had ... Continue Reading

    • Dale Anne Wood

      I am one of the biggest champions of Wyoming Oncology. I felt like I was in a zone during treatment. My tumor was positioned so that radiation would have to hit my esophagus. I was worried that I wouldn’t want to eat and would lose weight. Dr. Tobin worked hard to get those angles just ... Continue Reading

    • Linda Moss

      I was blindsided by the words, “It’s Cancer.” There was no warning, lumps, or other signs. I went for a physical and was sent for the usual mammogram. From there, my life snowballed into a maze of tests and treatments.

      I have completed two sets of chemotherapy, and am now scheduling surgery and radiation therapy.

      I do ... Continue Reading

    • Kim Shade

      Three days after my husband and I decided to move to Casper from Madison, WI, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Upon arriving in Casper, we went to meet Dr. Henshaw who would be my new oncologist. We loved her immediately. She really spent time making us comfortable and answering all our questions. After a ... Continue Reading

    • Transportation & Housing

      We have a local Blue Envelope Health Fund volunteer van service as well as a Help for Health van from the Lander-Riverton area to serve our patients. The Casper and Riverton vans are not wheelchair accessible. To reserve a free ride on either van, please call our office at 307-235-5433 for information on scheduling. Please ... Continue Reading

    • Caring Bridge

      Stay connected with family and friends throughout your treatment and recovery as you cope with a serious medical condition. CaringBridge is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization whose mission is to bring together a global community of care powered by the love of family and friends in an easy, accessible and private way.

      • Create and personalize your ... Continue Reading
      • Financial Counseling

        Sometimes financial questions can distract from your treatment experience. Your financial counselor is here to be one of your first points of contact as your on-site resource for financial concerns and questions as well as to evaluate your personal needs.

        In order to provide you with the best possible care, we have designed a financial assistance ... Continue Reading

      • After Hours Care

        Emergencies & Phone Calls
        Our nurses return calls during business hours as time permits. If a matter is urgent, please tell our front office support staff so that your nurse can confer with you in the timeliest manner possible. Please understand that calls for test results and prescription refills will be returned after urgent patient ... Continue Reading

      • Facilities

        Wyoming Oncology is a spacious, comfortable, state-of-the-art 19,000 square foot center that not only offers excellence in medicine but an environment of comfort and retreat.

        The Community Resource Room is an oasis set up for our patients, families and friends to read while relaxing in one of the 2 massage chairs, sitting by our stone fireplace ... Continue Reading

      • Prescriptions

        We are happy to refill the medications we originally prescribed or are monitoring. If you need a prescription refilled, please call by 3pm, and have your pharmacy’s phone number available. Please allow 24 hours to get them approved, signed or called in. For narcotics such as Percocet, MS Contin, Oxycontin or Dilaudid, plan to either ... Continue Reading