SCOTTSBLUFF — Regional West Physicians Clinic is pleased to announce that four physicians joined their staff in July.
Anesthesiologists Daniel Williams, MD, and Wendy Williams, MD, joined Regional West Physicians Clinic-Anesthesiology at the beginning of July.
The Williams, who are married and have three young daughters, both earned their medical degrees at The University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver. They completed transitional internships at Gundersen Lutheran Clinic, La Crosse, Wis., and anesthesiology residencies at The University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver.
Dr. Wendy Williams received additional medical education at the Universitaet Bern, Switzerland. She is a skilled ski jumper and previously trained for Olympic competition.
Having served as a “locums tenens” or “temporary visiting” anesthesiologist at Regional West Medical Center, Dr. Daniel Williams developed a fondness for western Nebraska and the Scottsbluff-Gering community. The Williams decided to relocate from Loveland, Colo., to Scottsbluff. Both physicians are board-certified in anesthesiology.
Dr. R. Gregg Wilroy, DO, who holds dual board-certification in physical medicine and rehabilitation, and pain medicine, joined Regional West Physicians Clinic-Neuroscience Pain Clinic in mid-July.
Dr. Wilroy earned his medical degree at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, Vallejo, Calif. He completed an internship in internal medicine at Northside Hospital & Heart Institute, St. Petersburg, Fla., and a residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Penn. He was awarded a Fellowship in Pain Medicine at The Institute for Pain Medicine at The Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh.
Dr. Wilroy served in the U.S. Army Infantry and Military Police at Fort Lewis, Wash. He relocated from Fort Sam Houston, Texas, where he worked at Brooke Army Medical Center. He is an active volunteer with the Wounded Warriors Project.
Former Scottsbluff resident Joseph Margheim, MD returned to his hometown to serve as an emergency medicine physician at the Regional West Medical Center Emergency Department. Dr. Margheim joined Regional West Physicians Clinic-Emergency Medicine at the end of July. He has two young daughters and his wife is due to have a baby in October.
Dr. Margheim served in the U.S. Army in Washington, D.C., and Seoul, South Korea. He earned his medical degree, with distinction, from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, in 2009. He recently completed his residency in emergency medicine at Michigan State University Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies, Kalamazoo, Mich.