Medical Staff


Anya Anthony, MSPA PA-C obtained her P.A. graduate degree from Western University in Pomona, California. Prior to moving to Bear Lake, she worked at a Community Clinic in California for 4 years.

After having a positive experience with a physician’s assistant in an emergency room and doing some research on the position, Anya knew that’s what she really wanted to do. She went back to school, while still working full time and raising a family, to earn her degree.


As the only female provider at Bear Lake Memorial Hospital, Anya feels she has a lot to offer the community and will be providing women’s health services. She also hopes to help Community members “preserve their good health.” Those wishing to make an appointment with Anya can call Dr. Campbell’s office at 847-3847. 

Bonnie Caywood, RD, LD received her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from Idaho State University, May 2000. She completed her post-graduate dietetic internship at Idaho State University, May 2001. Bonnie has been licensed with the Idaho State Board of Medicine since September 2001 and is a registered Dietitian with Commission on Dietetic Registration since September 2001

Bonnie's professional memberships and associations are American Dietetic Association, American Kidney Association, American Diabetic Association, Healthcare Foodservice Management Association, and Certification of Training in Adult Weight Management through the Commission on Dietetic Research.

   
   

Gary S. Griffin, CRNA, Chief of Anesthesia is a highly skilled career professional with over 25 years practical anesthesia experience in hospital, trauma, intensive care and primary care environments. He specializes in trauma, obstetric, and pediatric anesthesia and is highly regarded in his ability to perform epidural anesthesia. He and his wife, Georgia, have four children, Aaron, Amy, Emily and Alec and 3 grandchildren.

Chief of Anesthesia at Bear Lake Memorial since 1985, Gary is also a staff/on call anesthetist for neighboring counties in Idaho, Utah and Wyoming. He received his diploma from the Good Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing in Portland, Oregon, in 1975, a certificate in Critical Care Nursing in 1976 from the University of Oregon Health Sciences Center, a diploma in Nurse Anesthesia from the Truman Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri in 1978 and served as Staff Anesthetist as a US Army Reservist from 1977-1991. He is a member of the Idaho Nurse Anesthetist Association, American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Bear River Medical Society, and American Academy of Pediatrics. Gary has been involved in civic leadership as City Councilman, City Fire Department, President of the National Oregon Trail Museum and Chairman of the Bear Lake County School District. In his 'spare' time, Gary gardens, keeps bees and has restored cars.

   

Dorian Grunig, Nurse Anesthetist was raised and graduated from High School in Montpelier, ID. He along with his wife Angela and three children have lived in Montpelier in December of 2004.


Dorian attended the School of Anesthesia in Middle Tennessee where he graduated with a Master's Degree in Science with an emphasis in Anesthesia.

He along with his wife Angela and three children have lived in Montpelier since December 2004. He enjoys hunting, fishing and camping.

   
 

 

   

Alex Moss, PA-C (Physician's Assistant) received his Bachelor's Degree from Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana. Upon graduation in 2004, he and his family moved to Montpelier and he is currently employed at Dr. Clark, Dr. Crane, and Dr. Robinson's offices, located at 465 Washington Street, Montpelier (208) 847-2878.

He grew up in Rockland, Idaho and went on to work in southern Utah as a Paramedic for 3 years. Alex married Michelle Moss and they are the proud parents of Dalton, Ethan, Anika and Fenton. Alex loves to read, watch Jeopardy, hunt, hike, camp, and try out new hair restoration products (so far he has had no success).

 

Joseph P. Dayton, PA- C (Physician;s Assitant- Started with Bear Lake Memorial Hospital with Dr. Kerry Jepsen in the Bear Lake Orthopaedic Clinic. Dayton was born in Price, UT and delivered by his OBGYN father. His mother is also in the medical field and has since retired from the nursing field. He comes from a large family and is number 10 of 12 kids, 11 boys and one girl on the end. He enjoys playing and watching sports. Dayton has spent many summers working on the family ranch in Cokeville. He graduated from  Mountain View High School is Orem in 1998. Dayton served a LDS Mission to Argentina. Once he returned, he met his wife Buffy when they were both playing soccer for Utah Valley University in Orem. There he got his degree in business and returned later on to finish two years of pre-requisites before continuing his education at a Physician Assistant school in Albuquerque, NM. Joe and his wife live in Cokeville and they have five children together. Other than spending time with his family, he enjoys sports, hunting, fishing, and good movies.

Lynette D. Williams, RPh, CGP, FASCP

Services provided:

  • Adherence/Compliance Monitoring
  • Caregivers Guidance
  • Case Management
  • Medication Management
  • Screening/Assessments and Management Services
  • Functional Status, e.g. Activities of Daily Living
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Depression
  • Vaccines/Immunizations
  • Ostomy/Wound Care
  • Adverse Drug Events
  • Falls
  • Coagulation
  • Pain
  • Falls
  • Outpatient Injections

 

   

Trevor Robinson, M.D., OB GYN has strong ties to the Bear Lake Area. He grew up in Lovel, Wyoming. His father and grandfather are from Laketown. He and his wife, Kathleen, have four children. His interests include basketball, hiking and camping with his family, and herpetology.

Dr. Robinson is trained in high risk deliveries and is experienced in laparoscopic surgeries including hysterectomies. He has also worked for a year in a very busy Emergency Room in South Carolina. Dr. Robinson's left the Family Care Clinic at the end of 2013 but returns occasionaly to perform laproscopic hysterectomies surgeries.  

His training experience is as follows:
• Palmetto Health, Richland, SC, OB/GYN Resident
• Swedish Medical Center, Seattle WA, Fellowship in High Risk Obstetrics
• Idaho State University, Family Practice Residency
• Medical University of SC, Doctor of Medicine
• University of Wyoming, BS in Biology

Trevor Robinson, M.D., OB GYN, has strong ties to the Bear Lake Area. He grew up in Lovel, Wyoming. His father and grandfather are from Laketown. He and his wife, Kathleen, have four children. His interests include basketball, hiking and camping with his family, and herpetology.

Dr. Robinson is trained in high risk deliveries and is experienced in laparoscopic surgeries including hysterectomies. He has also worked for a year in a very busy Emergency Room in South Carolina. Dr. Robinson's practice focuses on family health, women's health and obstetrics. He is assisted by Alex Moss, PA-C.  

His training experience is as follows:
• Palmetto Health, Richland, SC, OB/GYN Resident
• Swedish Medical Center, Seattle WA, Fellowship in High Risk Obstetrics
• Idaho State University, Family Practice Residency
• Medical University of SC, Doctor of Medicine
• University of Wyoming, BS in Biology