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Sara Thronburg, FNP-C
|Facilities||Memorial Hospital of Converse County, Memorial Hospital Physician Clinics, Casper Regional Clinic|
|Associate's Degree in Nursing||Casper College|
|Master's Degree in Nursing||Walden University, 2020|
Family Nurse Practitioner
Sara was born and raised in Casper, Wyoming. As a Wyoming native, she completed her Associate Degree in Nursing at Casper College while working as a Certified Nursing Assistant in the operating room. In her early years of nursing, she helped to build a neurosurgical program in Casper while earning the Certified Perioperative Nurse (CNOR) credential. This mark of distinction led her on a path to pursue her education further. Her commitment to the nursing field brought her to earning her Master’s Degree at Walden University in 2020. Sara is a Sigma Theta Tau Member, National Society of Leadership and Success Member, Sigma Alpha Pi Member, The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology member, and a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
As a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-C) for Memorial Hospital of Converse County, she works directly with Dr. Eric Schubert. Together they currently hold neurosurgical clinics in Casper, Douglas, Riverton, Lander, Gillette, and Rawlins. They are excited about growing Memorial Hospital of Converse County’s Neurosurgical Program, and remain committed to serving patients across Wyoming.
Sara and her husband Rex have four children who keep them busy traveling on weekends with sports. When they are not taxiing their kids around or cheering them on, you will find them fishing Wyoming’s waters. Sara is an avid lady angler and—combined with her love for travel—she is often found fishing new waters, but is just as often rooted to her favorite spots in Wyoming. Sara is also a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and helps foster children find their voice in their most vulnerable times. She believes in the importance of giving more than you take and heavily instills this into her children and her everyday life.