Dr. Kuehlman is originally from Chicago, Illinois, where she started her professional career as a CPA. She graduated as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in 2004 from Midwestern University, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Kuehlman is Board Certified in Family Medicine, and emphasizes preventive health. She has been to West Africa twice on mission trips, and volunteers in the Black Hills community.
Dr. Kuehlman is married and has two boys. They enjoy many family activities together including gardening, riding bikes, going on walks, and hunting and fishing with their two labs.
Dr. Kuehlman is excited to be a part of the BHUC team and serve the Gillette community.
Alicia LePard is a licensed nurse practitioner in Wyoming and South Dakota. She is certified as a nurse practitioner in acute care, family, and gerontology with the American Nurses Credentialing Center and is an Emergency Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners certification program. Living in rural Wyoming since 1995, Alicia is a perpetual student since becoming a nurse in 1993 after completing a 20 year career as a paramedic. She has a passion for the nursing profession and expresses it by teaching, learning and passing on knowledge to her patients, peers and students. Alicia offers her skills to the Department of Health and Human Services National Disaster Medical System with a Disaster Medical Assistance Team out of Colorado. Alicia currently serves as the President of the Wyoming Nurses Association Northeast Region and is a Member-At-Large for the Wyoming Council of Advanced Practice Nurses Board of Directors.