Jonathan Fausett, DO
Chief Resident

jfausett@uwyo.edu

A Utah native with a medical degree from the Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Des Moines, Iowa, Dr. Fausett uses his patience, time management, honesty and reliability to comfort patients as he builds a rapport with them and their families. His enthusiasm to establish this relationship allows him to familiarize himself with each patient’s background and medical history. During residency, he and his wife welcomed a daughter who is adored by her three older brothers.

Sarah Abdellatif, DO

sabdella@uwyo.edu

Dr. Abdellatif graduated from the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth/Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. Given her interest in Sports Medicine, she has participated in the Sports Medicine Track, which gives her access to many local sporting activities. She hopes to complete a Sports Medicine Fellowship after residency.

Hannah Dupea, MD

hdupea@uwyo.edu

A Montana native, Dr. Dupea earned her medical degree from the University of North Dakota School of Medicine. Her goal is to attain broad training in clinical medicine with significant exposure to office procedures, scopes, OB and surgery, which will prepare her for future practice in a medical clinic or hospital with few subspecialists.

Kyle Jordan, MD

kjorda10@uwyo.edu

With a mind to practice medicine in underserved areas and populations, Dr. Jordan plans to pay it forward. A graduate of St. George’s University School of Medicine, he focuses on translating his medical ideas into common language and harnessing his life experiences to become an intuitive an approachable physician.

James McLennan, MD

jmclenna@uwyo.edu

Dr. McLennan spent years as a medical volunteer in Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Guadalajara, Mexico, while attending medical school at the University of Medicine and Health Sciences in St. Kitts. Dr. McLennan and his family enjoy living in the Cowboy State.

Kody Nilsson, MD

knilsson@uwyo.edu

A Utah native, Dr. Nilsson graduated from Ross University School of Medicine. He increased his interest for inpatient medicine by participating in the Hospitalist Track and strengthened his medical school knowledge in an urban setting surrounded by rural communities.

Timothy Nostrum, MD

tnostru1@uwyo.edu

Years of working in the construction industry ultimately led Dr. Nostrum to a career in medicine. Following graduation from the Medical University of the Americas, he knew he had a passion to deliver healthcare services to patients with diverse medical needs. With an interest in the geriatric population, he is completing the Geriatric Track.

Boyd Tamanaha, MD

btamanah@uwyo.edu

A Ross University School of Medicine graduate. Dr. Tamanaha learned early in medical school the importance of serving as a doctor that can laugh and cry with his patients. This tenet that a “personal doctor is a good doctor” is a mindset that drives him to connect not only with his patients, but also with his coworkers, community, and most importantly, his family. The Tamanaha family has recently welcomed a daughter, making this family of six very excited.