All our professionals maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in the medical field. Read on to learn more about our staff's experience and training.
Dr. Mary Girling is a board certified fellow of the American College of OB/GYN’s with over 20 years’ experience in the private practice of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Infertility. Her education includes an honor’s degree in Biomedical and Electrical Engineering from Duke University and a Doctor of Medicine degree from Wake Forest University. Her career has ranged from a large, busy practice with 10 partners in Virginia, to a 2 provider practice in Idaho Falls to her own solo practice in Jackson. While in Idaho Falls, Dr. Girling’s practice was recognized as the only out of state practice to win the James R. Scott award for the highest standards in quality patient care by the University of Utah. Dr. Girling’s professional interests include high risk obstetrics, ultrasound, infertility, and minimally invasive surgery.
She lives in Jackson, Wyoming with her husband and four children. She enjoys piano, choral music and, cooking. She hikes and explores what Wyoming has to offer when not busy as a hockey/swim/lacrosse/stage mom!
Dr. Camille Mellijor-Figg recently completed her residency at St. Luke’s University Health Network in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She received her medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine, Dominica. She also has a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry from Fordham University, Bronx, New York.
She recently relocated to Jackson, Wyoming with her husband, Dr. Jonathan Figg, and her young son. When she isn’t busy being a doctor, she loves to knit, cook, and hike. She looks forward to making Jackson her home!
Kristin is board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and will be providing primary medical care as well as addressing women’s health needs for our office. She has received specialized training from the National Institute of First Assisting and assists Dr Girling and Dr Mellijor with cesarean sections and gynecologic procedures in the operating room.
Kristin grew up on a farm in Central Ohio. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in business and worked for a retirement system for several years before deciding to leave the 9-5 for the mountains of Wyoming. After living in Jackson for a few years, Kristin desired a career that involved helping others and began working as an emergency dispatcher for the Sheriff’s Office. The satisfaction of successful calls for help for medical issues resulted in a desire to provide care directly to patients. She then enrolled in the local Central Wyoming College nursing program and worked in the hospital setting as well as volunteered as an EMT. She holds a bachelor's degree in nursing from Boise State University and a master’s degree in nursing from the University of Cincinnati. Kristin works part time for Teton County School District Health Services. As a school nurse, she is able to provide nursing services to both staff and students of the district and enjoys the personal connections made with students who might not otherwise receive medical care. Kristin also volunteers at the Teton Free Clinic.
Kristin and her husband Shawn have two children, Elliott and Brice.
Mandy was born in Jackson, WY and raised in Big Piney, WY on her family cattle ranch. After finishing her Medical Assistant Certification at the Bryman School in Salt Lake City, UT she returned to the Pinedale Medical Clinic and the practice of J. Thomas Johnston, MD to do her clinicals and stayed for the next 20 years. Mandy left the Pinedale Medical clinic to join her husband Harvey of 34 years to manage a Bison Ranch in Cora, WY for 13 years. Retirement was not for Mandy so she pursued her Certified Professional Coding Certification and joined the team at Jackson Hole Womens Care.
Mandy enjoys spending time in the great outdoors with her husband, 2 dogs, 3 horses and her camera. When indoors you can find Mandy sewing on a quilt or quilting a quilt for someone else.
Lucy Bonilla was born in California but was raised in Jackson and it has been her home for the past 26 years. Previously working in customer service for family she decided to reach out to work in women's health which has always been something in her interest. She became interested in women's health after her second child was born. She hopes to become a CNA or RN in the future to be more hands on with patient care. Lucy is married with 3 beautiful children who keep her very busy outside of work. In her free time she enjoys snowmobiling, ice skating, hiking, soccer and anything outdoors to entertain her children
Liz has lived in Jackson on-and-off for the last five years. She is a California native who has been visiting Teton Valley for more than 15 years. Liz graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle with a BA in Medical Anthropology and Global Health with a dream to one day work in women’s health. She first became interested in this field after volunteering at an integrative cancer clinic for low-income women while in college.
Liz then continued her education at New York University graduating with a BSN degree. Most recently, she has worked as a Registered Nurse at an IVF fertility clinic taking care of patients undergoing egg retrieval surgery and other fertility related procedures. She loves helping women with their family planning goals and finds it very rewarding when her patients have successful pregnancies after using assisted reproductive technology. She is also in the process of becoming a DONA certified birth doula. In her spare time, she enjoys taking advantage of the outdoors and practicing yoga.
* Bachelor of Arts in Medical Anthropology and Global Health with minor in Comparative Religion, University of Washington
* Bachelor of Science in Nursing, New York University
Lisa was born in Afton Wyoming May 2nd 1965. She graduated from Star Valley High School in 1983. From there went into the U.S Navy and worked as a radioman for 6 years. Her dream was to be in the healthcare field. In 1996 she had the chance to get her CNA certificate. She has been a CNA since 1996. Started working at St. Johs's Medical Center full time in 2002. She ended her career at St. John's in April of 2020.
She was a CNA in the Obstetrical Dept. for the majority of her stay there. She enjoys taking care of people and their babies. Also has a special place in her heart for the elderly, enjoying taking care of them in the nursing homes, etc.
She was blessed with 3 children a girl and two boys. All are grown and have kids of their own. She is a grandma of 6 and a step-grandmother of 7. She started working for Jackson Hole Care for women in August of 2020. She enjoys the interaction with the new mom's and dad's to be and is so happy to be a part of this great team we have here. Her hobbies are crocheting, knitting, oil painting and camping.
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