Location & Parking

Our Medical Unit is located on the fourth of the Center Tower, accessible from the Center Elevators.

Parking is available at the West Tower main entrance. Use the valet parking from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday or the west parking garage.

Medical Services

We care for patients with many different types of conditions and ailments on the Medical Unit, and a variety of physicians may collaborate for your care including your primary care physician, admitting physician, specialists and hospitalists - physicians who work in the hospital setting exclusively. Depending on the severity of the illness or condition, patients may be cared for in Intensive Care or in another unit. Below are but a few of the conditions treated on our medical floor.


When a person experiences severe abdominal pain or a condition affecting the abdomen, they can turn to gastroenterology services. This branch of medicine focuses on the treatment of conditions affecting the digestive system including the esophagus, stomach, large and small intestine, gall bladder and pancreas.

The medical professionals at Wyoming Medical Center are trained to diagnose and treat specific digestive system conditions including acute heartburn, ulcers, inflammatory bowel disease (including colitis and Crohn’s Disease) and many others.

Ghazi Ghanem, M.D., infectious disease specialist

Infectious Disease

An infectious disease is an illness or infection that a patient contracts either through exposure or as a result of an organ transplant or other surgical procedure. Infectious diseases can be serious and even life-threatening. Our specialists and staff care for patients with infections of the skin, bone and joints as well as patients with pneumonia, hepatitis, HIV and many other infections.


A problem with the kidneys can result in significant changes to your life. Our nephrology care team strives to provide the best possible care for patients experiencing problems related to the kidneys.

Many diseases affecting the kidneys are systemic disorders not limited to the organ itself and may require special treatment. The two most common causes of kidney failure, according to the National Kidney Foundation, are diabetes and high blood pressure, both of which can be controlled with proper treatment.

Common kidney diseases treated at Wyoming Nephrology, a Wyoming Medical Center clinic, or in the hospital include acute renal failure or kidney injury, chronic kidney disease, hematuria or blood in the urine, kidney stones and others.

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Almost all of us have been impacted by cancer in some way. Whether you’ve experienced cancer personally or you know a friend or family member who has, cancer touches us all. The American Cancer Society estimates that 1 in 4 people die from cancer, making it the second highest killer among Americans behind heart disease.

We understand that a cancer diagnosis can be shocking, scary and life-altering. Our oncology physicians are dedicated to providing cancer diagnostics and treatment to thousands of Wyoming residents every year.

To provide the best possible care, WMC is committed to sustaining collaborative relationships with healthcare organizations in the area and around the state, such as Rocky Mountain Oncology (RMOC) in Casper. A state-of-the-art oncological care site, RMOC offers a wealth of services to cancer patients and their loved ones, including:

  • Cancer screenings
  • Radiation therapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Systemic treatments
  • Massage therapy
  • Yoga therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Acupuncture therapy
  • Support groups

The Wyoming Medical Center Foundation’s Angels Cancer Care Program is made up of cancer survivors, friends, family, and community members who give of themselves and their gifts to make sure that no one is left to fight cancer alone. From the moment that someone is diagnosed, the Angels are available to encourage and support patients and their families. Learn more about the Angels and their services on our Giving page or by calling (307) 577-4355.

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Pulmonologists specialize in diseases of the lungs and the upper respiratory tract (nose, pharynx and throat). These include asthma, pneumonia, obstructive sleep apnea, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), pulmonary embolism, lung cancer and more.

The Wyoming Medical Center’s award-winning Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program has a multidisciplinary team of healthcare providers specializing in pulmonary rehabilitation. It is nationally certified through the American Association of Cardiovascular Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

Learn more about our pulmonology services available at Casper Pulmonary, one of Wyoming Medical Center’s specialty medical clinics.

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