Assistant Chief Banfield has over 30 years of experience in emergency services, 20 of those years as a Firefighter. His career progressed as an EMT, Flight EMT, and Paramedic before joining the Lockwood Fire Department in 2002. He then transferred to the Billings Fire Department in 2006. Chief Banfield has also kept his interest in medicine by working at a local hospital for the past 24 years in Safety and Emergency Management. Chief Banfield has an associate’s degree in fire science from Columbia Southern University and is working on his bachelor’s degree in occupational safety and health. Chief Banfield has been a resident of Billings for 33 years and is married with two children. He enjoys the outdoors and trips with his family.
Nicole Cook, MSN, APRN, AGCNS-BC, CEN, CCRN, TCRN
Nicole Cook is a Trauma Clinical Nurse Specialist with nearly 20 years of nursing experience, including Med-Surg, Stepdown, Neuro and Surgical Trauma ICU, and Emergency Department. She is currently employed at WakeMed Health and Hospitals in Raleigh, North Carolina where she oversees the clinical activities, outcomes, and performance improvement for the organization's Level 1 trauma program. She is actively engaged at the bedside throughout the trajectory of care from the emergency department to discharge. Her clinical passions include recognition and treatment of hemorrhagic shock and acute traumatic spinal cord injuries. Nicole is a published author, and has presented at the state, national, and international level on a variety of emergency and critical care topics. She is passionate about the creation of best practices surrounding trauma resuscitation, and ensuring those she teaches are able to translate her lessons into everyday practice. She is a Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC) director and Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses (ATCN) faculty, holds a board certification in Adult-Gerontology, and has her CEN, CCRN, and TCRN.
Kelly Dinnan, DO, FACOS, FACS
Kelly Dinnan was born and raised in the suburbs of Detroit, MI. Kelly went to undergrad at Michigan State University, then attended the Osteopathic Medical School there and graduated in 2006. Kelly did her internship and residency in General Surgery at Botsford Hospital in Farmington Hills, MI. She then went on to obtain an Acute Care Surgery/Surgical Critical Care fellowship at UCSF-Fresno from 2011-2013. Kelly returned back to her roots in Michigan and back to the suburbs, near family and went on to join a private practice group where she did her residency. Kelly held additional roles as a trauma surgeon, Director of the Critical Care complex that combined both surgical and medical beds and was the assistant program director for the general surgery residency program. After 8 years and being a little burnt out with multiple roles and a pandemic, Kelly sped up her late career plan and moved out west to practice rural surgery. Glendive Medical Center and Kelly found each other at the right time and she is loving every part of living and practicing there. Kelly is a part of EAST, an ATLS instructor, and an active member of the American College of Surgeons Women in Surgery Committee.
Kelly moved to Glendive with her husband, Clinton, who is a nurse and has a special interest in trauma as well. They just finished building a home near Makoshika State Park. When not at work, Kelly enjoys sitting on the porch reading novels and even started a book club at the hospital. Kelly also enjoys painting, cooking, traveling, hiking, and visiting family and friends in Michigan.
Michael Englehart, MD
Dr. Michael Englehart joined Billings Clinic in 2010. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of California San Diego. He went on to complete his medical school training at the Medical College of Wisconsin and an internship, residency, and surgical critical care fellowship at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland. Dr. Englehart specializes in general surgery, trauma, and surgical critical care. His surgical interests are in anti-reflux surgery, abdominal wall reconstruction, pancreaticobiliary, esophageal and gastric surgery. Dr Englehart is the medical director of trauma, ATLS Course Director, and medical director for nutritional services. He has been instrumental in Billings Clinic becoming the first Level 1 Trauma Facility in the state of Montana.
Kyle Lybrand, MD
Dr. Lybrand, MD, received her medical degree from The University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in Rochester, NY, after completing a B.A. in Biochemistry at Smith College in Northampton, MA. She then performed a surgical internship and her orthopaedic residency training at Boston University Medical Center in Boston, MA. This was followed by a fellowship focusing on orthopaedic trauma at the Reno Orthopaedic Clinic in Reno, NV.
In her off-time, Dr. Lybrand enjoys her horses and horseback riding, her peloton, ice hockey, and spending time in the outdoors.
Cameron McCamley is a 16-year veteran of the Billings Fire Department. He has served as firefighter/paramedic, engineer, and captain. He is currently an EMS Shift Coordinator for the BFD’s EMS Division and works as an instructor for BLS, ACLS, PALS, and PHTLS. Cameron holds a certificate in Paramedicine, an associate degree in Fire Science Management, a Bachelor of Science in Fire Administration, and a Master of Science in Emergency Services Management. Additionally, he is a member of the State of Montana Regional Hazardous Materials Team and holds certifications as an Haz -Mat Technician and Toxicology Paramedic.
William Oley, MD, FAAFP, FAWM, DiMM
Billy Oley, MD has practiced rural emergency medicine in Montana and Alaska for the last 20 years. He is active in educating medical professionals in limited resource emergency medicine and wilderness medicine. An area of special interest is rural trauma system development and he remains active in regional and national efforts to improve rural trauma care. Billy lives in Red Lodge, Montana with his family and is active in many outdoor pursuits.
Julianna Papez, DO
Dr. Papez was born and raised in Billings Montana. She went to college at Carroll College in Helena Montana where she met her husband, JW who hails from a ranch in the Bridger/Belfry area. She completed medical school at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA and her OB/GYN residency at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland in Pontiac, MI. She had two children during residency and a third when she returned to Billings almost 10 years ago. She has been practicing at Billings OB/GYN Associates since her return. She is passionate about women’s healthcare, particularly high risk pregnancies and infertility.
Bryana Reiter, RN, CPN
Born and raised on the shores of Lake Michigan Bryana Reiter RN CPN came west in 2006 and found a home in the shadows of the Beartooth mountains. After graduating from nursing school in 2008 she started her career as an inpatient Pediatric Nurse, quickly finding a love for pediatric critical care in the PICU. Championing certification, she led her unit to become the first 100% Pediatric Certified inpatient unit in Montana. As her career progressed Bryana developed a passion for educating fellow healthcare professionals – taking on the role of Training Center Faculty for the American Heart Association, volunteering as the Emergency Nurses Association Pediatric Chair for the state and providing education to services throughout Montana. As a mom of two beautiful children and a proponent of pediatric care in all settings, Bryana believes children are our most precious resource. They should be treated as such.
Jason Revisky has led and assisted in hundreds of rescues throughout his 30-year search and rescue career. Based in Bozeman and Big Sky, MT, his service area is the northwestern portions of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. With a background in rock climbing and backcountry skiing, he joined Gallatin County Sheriff Search and Rescue (GCSSAR) as a volunteer, became a paramedic and found his focus on short haul helicopter rescues. Jason’s current role with GCSSAR is the training coordinator and short haul team member. Jason brings additional previous experience to his role as the GCSSAR training coordinator fire chief of the local fire department, ski patrol member, and whitewater enthusiast.
Louis Ross, MD
Dr. Ross’ services include the full spectrum of general neurosurgery, with a clinical interest in critical care, trauma, and complex spine. He is an accomplished author, teacher and presenter. Prior to pursuing a career in medicine, Dr. Ross managed the volunteer program at a Homeless Health Care Clinic in Utah. Originally from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, he obtained his MD from the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. While at the Cleveland Clinic he completed an internship in general surgery, residency in neurological surgery and a fellowship in neurologic intensive care. Dr. Ross and his wife have enjoyed their move to Montana to be closer to family. Dr. Ross loves the outdoors, likes to kayak, rock climb, ski and mountain bike.
Captain Doug Samuelson
Captain Doug Samuelson has been with the Montana Highway Patrol for 11 years. He was stationed in Terry and Bozeman before becoming the Impaired Driving Section Supervisor at the Montana Highway Patrol Headquarters. Captain Samuelson is the District Commander for the Bozeman District of the Montana Highway Patrol and former Montana Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) Coordinator. Prior to coordinating the DRE program, he was the Montana Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) Coordinator. He was also the Traffic Safety Resource Officer for Montana appointed by Montana Highway Safety Office and managed all the impaired driving training throughout the state. He also is an SFST Instructor, DRE, DRE Instructor and trained phlebotomist. He teaches at the Montana Law Enforcement Academy, the Montana Highway Patrol Advanced Academy, and has provided training for prosecutors, judges, driver’s ed instructors and the private sector. Captain Samuelson holds bachelor’s and master’s Degrees in Exercise Science.
Jeremy Blyth – Patient
Sam Felch – Climbing Partner
Will Hitchcock – Rescue Partner