Thanks to Mary Masterson’s vision and the Masterson family’s continued support of the Masterson Place, it touches lives every day as a “home away from home.” Each month, guests inform the staff of the impact the Masterson Place has made on their lives while going through cancer treatment or simply visiting family members in the hospital. The Masterson Place is committed to providing a comfortable atmosphere for the many patients and families it serves.
Located at 2325 E. Yellowstone Highway in Casper, Wy., the Masterson Place serves thousands of patients every year. At a cost of $40 per night, the Masterson Place is a comfortable and attractive refuge for those who need it most. The Masterson Place has short-and long-term accommodations so whether it is one night or five weeks, guests have a nice place to hang their hat. Each room has a small eating area, microwave and refrigerator.
Through contributions, the Wyoming Medical Center Foundation continues to make significant upgrades to the Masterson Place each year.
For reservations or more information, contact the Masterson Place at (307) 237-5933.
To make a donation, contact the Wyoming Medical Center Foundation:
1233 E. Second St.
Casper, WY 82601
“We checked into the Masterson Place during Sam’s fourth week of prostate cancer treatment with Rocky Mountain Oncology and have never looked back. Cheryl met us with her smile, offered anything we might need and has always greeted us as long lost friends. Wanda and Wilma have also made our stay at the Masterson Place so pleasant, actually enjoyable. We arrive every Monday in Casper and go home to Dubois every Friday, so we have long days in our room after morning appointments. This ‘home away from home’ offers an exceptionally clean place where we can rest, watch television, heat food in the microwave, and overall recover. We feel this place is so important to patients that we want to do all that we can to get the word out to families about the Masterson Place. It’s truly been a blessing to us during this difficult time.” - Sam and Judy Christensen, guest and cancer survivor