Retired Air Force Col. Darlene Sanders was living the dream Thursday morning.
The graduates of Rocky Mountain College’s physician assistant program will receive white coats as part of their graduation ceremony, which starts at 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
Winifred, Mont., was a long way from anywhere, and growing up there Heather Heggem understood the unique needs of a rural community.
Heather Heggem, the new director of the Physician Assistant Program at Rocky Mountain College, talks about the program from her Fortin Center office on Wednesday morning.
Bob Wilmouth’s daughters tease him about adjusting to his new job as interim president of Rocky Mountain College.
Twenty-nine students will graduate from the Rocky Mountain College Master of Physician Assistant Studies program Aug. 22.
Physician assistant student Michael Payne, left, practices doing a throat swab recently on fellow student Kelly Garr as assistant professor and director of clinical education Heather Heggem looks on.