Kirsch returns to the area from Gillette, where she practiced for four years in the Women’s Health Clinic and focused on gynecologic, obstetric and general care for women. Before earning her nurse practitioner credentials, she was a labor and delivery nurse at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County, in Rock Springs.
“My husband, Dustin, works for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department,” she explained, “and was given the opportunity to relocate to the area of his choice. We decided to come back to Sweetwater County because we loved it so much when we lived here before.”
Brenna and Dustin have two young daughters. The family enjoys spending time outdoors including hiking, camping, and fishing.
In her new practice, Brenna is looking forward to providing general family care to people of all ages, including children, because that is what she has always wanted to do. She’s particularly excited about giving area women the opportunity to receive women’s care locally — something they have had to travel to Rock Springs for in the past.
“I’ll be providing acute and chronic care to both men and women, but with an emphasis on women’s health,” Brenna said. “This includes gynecologic care, pap smears, contraception counseling, preconception counseling, and more. Basically everything but pregnancy care.”
Brenna joins the CRMC team of five other providers — one Family Medicine physician, one Pediatrician and three physician assistants. “It’s a busy practice,” she said. “We hope that by adding an additional provider to the schedule, we’ll now be able to see more patients same-day.”