PROVIDERS IN RIGBY
Dr. Larry Curtis
Dr. Larry Curtis grew up in Pocatello, Idaho. He attended Idaho State University until Viet Nam called and subsequently joined the United States Navy.
He was trained in electronics, nuclear reactor operations, satellite communications, antisubmarine warfare and participated in jungle survival training with the Marines.
Dr. Bryan Hammar
Dr. Bryan Hammar is the oldest of five children and was born in Provo, Utah. When Bryan was about 5 years old, his family moved to Rexburg, Idaho where he spent the rest of his childhood. Bryan attended Madison High School and was the president of the Bel Cantos (an acapella choir). He had fun acting in the Play Mill Theatre in the summer of 1984 and then served a mission for the LDS church to Trujillo, Peru, from 1985-1987 and returned to Ricks College to finish his studies. He attended BYU in Provo, Utah, and went on to attend Des Moines University for medical school.
Dr. Chance Christensen
Dr. Chance Christensen grew up in Idaho Falls, Idaho. He attended Skyline High School, participating in show choir, musical theater and swimming. Immediately after graduation, he served a two-year mission for the Church of Latter Day Saints in Taipei, Taiwan, speaking Mandarin Chinese.
My name is Jenni Borg, and I was born and raised here in Rigby! I love the community and have chosen to raise my family here! I graduated from Rigby High school, got my BSN at Idaho State University, and my MSN, FNP from Northwest Nazarene University. I was an RN for 11 years and worked med/surg, day surgery, and oncology.
Alison Thompson, FNP, was born and raised in Eastern Idaho. She's been married to her high school sweetheart for 14 years and tends to her four fabulous children. She received her undergraduate from BYU-I, then worked as an RN in various capacities for seven years including cardiac floor, Home Health and Hospice, travel prison, and Med/Surg.