Cheyenne Clinic.

The Cheyenne Stitches Acute Care Center provides each patient with respectful, compassionate, convenient and exceptional care. We are locally owned and understand the Cheyenne community and strive to exceed expectations. Our providers are here for you.

Address

1919 Central Ave, Cheyenne, WY 82001

Hours

Mon-Fri 8:00am – 7:00pm
Sat 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sun 9:00am – 4:00pm

Phone

(307) 514-9888

Email

info@stitchescare.com

YOU MATTER TO US.

We are here only because of you and for you. We are here to take care of you when you are ill. Onsite lab, warm IV fluids, medications in the office, and prescriptions for at home are just a few ways we can help you.

We are here to take care of you when you are injured. We can repair your wounds, stitch your lacerations, take X-rays, and splint your broken or sprained limbs. And, last but not least, we are here when you are well. Travel medicine, physicals, and immunizations are a few examples of how we can help you be your healthiest you.

OUR MISSION.

Purpose: To create an acute health care experience that our patients recommend to their family and friends; that our medical colleagues prefer for their patients; that our employees are proud to be a part of; and that which is sustainable for all involved.

Mission: To mend our patient’s health with compassion and empathy, utilizing best practices and innovation, while collaborating with our patients to enhance their physical, mental and spiritual health.  By leveraging innovation with an engaged and empowered health care team we will transform how care is delivered by increasing accessibility, affordability, and convenience to the communities we serve.

Vision: To transform the patient experience by delivering the highest quality of health care, which brings positive and impactful change to the lives of the people and communities that we touch.

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Herlly Camacho

Herlly Camacho

FNP-C

Herlly was born and raised in Colombia. She graduated medical school from University of Antioquia. She practiced medicine in Medellín for three and a half years before moving to Miami. In addition to practicing medicine, Herlly has worked as an instructor at Miami-Dade College, the nation’s largest community college…
William (Tom) T. Carter III

William (Tom) T. Carter III

FNP-C

Tom has been in nursing since 2003 and has been working as a Nurse Practitioner for the last seven years in the urgent/acute care setting as well as in the Emergency Room. He started his career working telemetry in Greeley, Colorado, shortly thereafter, accepting a full-time position in the Emergency Room at CRMC. Tom worked as a staff… 
Joslyn Thompson

Joslyn Thompson

DNP, FNP-C

Joslyn is a Wyoming native. She is a graduate of the University of Wyoming and received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree while there. Joslyn is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and American Nurses Credentialing Center. Her career has consisted of caring for others in various realms of…

Michael Sprosty

Michael Sprosty

PA-C

Graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the military’s Interservice Physician Assistant Program in December 2010. Michael has been in the military service since January 2004 and is currently in the Wyoming Army National Guard. He has had one deployment to Afghanistan…

Amy Surdam

Amy Surdam

FNP-C, Director of Business Development

Amy has proudly lived in Cheyenne, Wyoming since age 11. She graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1996 with a BSN, and in 2004 with a MSN. She serves in the Wyoming Army National Guard as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Amy’s talent and passion lies in…

Dan Surdam

Dan Surdam

MD, Owner

Dr. Surdam was born and raised in Laramie, Wyoming. He graduated from Colorado College in 1997 and Creighton Medical School in 2002. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, TX. He served at the Medical Director…

Stacey Cook

Stacey Cook

Practice Administrator

Stacey has a deep passion for caring for others and has held many clinical positions where she has been able to make a difference in people’s lives.  After two years as a police, fire and emergency dispatcher, she moved to Cheyenne to work for the ambulance service and then furthered her medical career…

Alternative Visits

Don’t live close to Cheyenne? You can visit Stitches with Telemedicine or InstaCare!