Bozeman Health Urgent Care—Main Street
1006 W Main
Bozeman, MT 59715
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Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Holidays: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Bozeman Health Urgent Care-Main Street Providers
Mary Boscamp, PA
Mary Boscamp, PA, first joined Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital in 1992
as a radiology tech. She later completed her physician assistant studies
at the University of Washington MEDEX, in Seattle, Washington. She has
worked for Bozeman Health Urgent Care in Bozeman since 2016.
Ingrid Calle, DO
Ingrid Calle, D.O., trained at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale,
Florida. Dr. Calle completed her residency in family medicine at the University
of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. She moved to Bozeman with her husband
in 2016 and has been working at Bozeman Health Urgent Care. She speaks
intermediate medical Spanish.
Nyla Chandler, NP
I have been a nurse for over 30 years. I worked as an RN for 7 years before
becoming a Nurse Practitioner in Women's Health (WHNP) in 1992. I worked
as a WHNP at a women's clinic until 2013. I became a Family Nurse Practitioner
(FNP) in 2014. I have enjoyed working in primary care since then. I have
been working in Urgent Care since 2015.
I live with my husband and dog in Bozeman. I was born in Bozeman, and
came back after going to school in California for my WHNP degree. I enjoy
hiking, skiing and the outdoors.
Claire Crane, MD
Claire Crane, M.D., is a family medicine physician seeing patients at Bozeman
Health Urgent Care and Bozeman Health Family Medicine Clinic. Dr. Crane
graduated from Montana State University and then earned her Doctoral of
Medicine at the University of Calgary School of Medicine in Canada. She
completed her family medicine residency at the University of Alberta,
also in Canada.
Justin Eisl, MD
Justin received his medical training through the University of Minnesota.
Justin has worked in emergency departments, urgent cares, and a community
health center and is interested in community health and social justice.
Ross Kringle, MD
Born in Valley City North Dakota. Graduated from North Dakota State University
with BS in Zoology and the University of North Dakota Medical School and
the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Rotating Internship
at St.Lukes Hospital in Fargo and then served 2 years in the United States
Navy as a Medical Officer. Practiced in Valley City North Dakota for 15
years and then 5 years in Tracy California before returning to North Dakota
working for Sanford Medical Center in Fargo in Urgent Care and Family
Medicine. Moved to Bozeman in 2015 and have worked at Bozeman Health Urgent
Care since. I served as the Team Physician for North Dakota State University
Wrestling Team. I am married and have 5 children and 13 grandchildren.
I do speak some French and interests are Hockey and Traveling. Board Eligible
in Family Medicine.
Annie Magill-Collins, PA
Annie Magill-Collins, PA-C, joined Bozeman Health Urgent Care in 2015.
Magill-Collins earned a master’s degree as a physician assistant
from Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. She received her Bachelor
of Arts in biochemistry from the University of San Diego in San Diego,
California. Previously, she was a student volunteer for HOME (Homeless
Outreach Medical Experience), and certified nurse assistant and wilderness
first responder. She is certified as a physician assistant.
June Neely, NP
I grew up in Eastern Tennessee. I moved to Utah to go to college and graduated
from the University of Utah with my BS and Masters of Science as a Family
Nurse Practitioner. I am nationally board certified. My professional life
has been interesting and varied. I First-Assisted with Plastic Surgeons
(Hand, Reconstructive and Cosmetic) for 20 years. Prior to moving to Bozeman,
I was an owner/partner in a 20 provider Family Practice/Urgent Care in
Park City, Utah. Our clinic was the Primary Care for the U.S. Ski Team
and the U.S. Snowboarding Team. We also were 'medical control' for Deer
Valley and Canyons ski areas. In my Family Practice I had a large woman's
health practice, saw and treated many skin cancers, and because of my
surgical background, was the "Laceration Queen" in our clinic. In our
Urgent Care we treated all kinds of orthopedic ski and mountain bike injuries
throughout the year. I was on clinical faculty at the University of Utah
College of Nursing and on clinical faculty for the St. Mark's Family Practice
Residency Program. I speak "medical Spanish" and am working on conversational Spanish.
I have worked in many foreign countries with an organization that was known
then as Interplast that was based at Stanford University. Small teams
of surgeons, anesthesiologists, pediatricians and nurses were sent all
over the world to teach surgical techniques in developing countries. I
also worked with the Swanson Foundation in the same capacity. Some of
the countries I worked in include Bangladesh (x3), Nepal (x2), China (x2),
Mongolia (x1), Chile (2).
I enjoy outdoor activities from hiking with my dog, cross country skiing,
snowshoeing, and gardening. I enjoy foreign travel and seeing new places.
I love playing in the kitchen and cooking for others. I also enjoy rock
hounding and reading, especially medieval European history.
I retired from my practice in Park City, Utah, 5 years ago and moved to
Bozeman (like so many of us) to be near my son and grandchildren. After
a year of retirement, I got bored and returned to practice in urgent care
because I missed it. I love what I do.
Erich Pessl, MD
Board certified in family medicine.
MD from University of Washington School of Medicine
Residency at University of California-Davis, Martinez, Calf.
BA, Middlebury College, Vermont
Fluent in Spanish, lived/worked in Latin America for 5 years during various
times from 1982-2016.
12 years, primary care medicine and medical director at Community Health
Partners, Livingston and Bozeman also, MSU student health services and
VA community-based outpatient clinic, Bozeman
Board member, Bioregions International, Medical exchange and aid organization,