Hunter Greer, MD

Hunter Greer is a recent graduate from the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He grew up on a cattle ranch in Gillette, Wyoming with 3 rowdy brothers and two loving parents. He has always known he wanted to enter a career that prioritizes and values human interaction. His draw to medicine has been sustained and nurtured by the field of neurology. He is an aspiring neurologist and hopes to enter this wholesome and exciting specialty after completing his residency training. His specific interests are in general neurology, neuro-ethics, and neuro-oncology. He also enjoys hunting and ranching. When he is not working with patients, you can find him outside enjoying the beautiful outdoors in Wyoming and rodeoing with his brothers.

Hunter’s Favorite Wellness Tip:

Get some fresh air. There is a misconception that in order to enjoy nature you have to go hiking or camping but this is not true. I am able to enjoy the outside world in very small but meaningful ways. For example I will drive with my windows down to enjoy fresh air and feel the calming sensation of the wind. Also, in the evenings I will put my phone away and turn my TV off and sit outside and enjoy the sunset. Enjoying the outside world in simple ways is a great way to incorporate wellness in everyday life.