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  • Employed by Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County

About Tamara

Tammy Walker enjoys working with children. One of her primary roles is to be an educator of new parents. She wants to provide the best care possible to the individual patients and their parents. She says “when a parent trusts you with their child, it’s an honor to oversee their care and provide expertise.”
She and her husband, Josh, have four children. With family in this area, she said it was an easy transition “to jump across The Sisters” to Rock Springs from Evanston, Wyo.

  • College
  • Associate of Health Sciences Dixie State University
  • Associate of Nursing Western Wyoming Community College
  • Bachelor of Nursing University of Wyoming
  • Master of Nursing Maryville University
  • Training
  • Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Post Graduate Certificate Frontier Nursing University
  • Board Certification
  • Pediatric Nursing Certification Board
  • American Nurses Credentialing Center
Medical Interests Special Clinical Interests

Tamara Walker, CPNP-PC, PMHS, is certified in two specific areas:


The role of the primary care pediatric nurse practitioner is to provide care to children from birth through young adult with an in-depth knowledge and experience in pediatric primary health care including well child care and prevention/management of common pediatric acute illnesses and chronic conditions. This care is provided to support optimal health of children within the context of their family, community, and environmental setting.


The Pediatric Primary Care Mental Health Specialist (PMHS) builds upon the NP role to provide advanced assessment, evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of common developmental behavioral mental health (DBMH) problems in children and adolescents.

Therapeutic services include early recognition, intervention, and active monitoring as well as appropriate referral for complex individual and family mental health disorders. Health care services are evidence-based and include the use of DBMH screening tools, brief psychotherapeutic interventions, and psychopharmacology. The PMHS coordinates care and collaborates with others to enhance quality DBMH services for children and families.