Cora Bischoff, MA

Cora is native to Wyoming and grew up in Cody. After high school she furthered her education at Northwestern Community College in Powell, Wyoming and later served in the United States Air Force. Cora received certifications in medical coding, billing, documentation, and transcription. She returned to Cody in 2010 where she reconnected with her now husband and spent time working from home as a medical transcriptionist and raising her three beautiful kids. She has worked in the medical field for many years and served as a medical assistant since 2015 and joined Frontier Neuro in the fall of 2020. Cora is enjoying the opportunity to expand her medical skills in a new and evolving field of medicine of neurology. When not working her hobbies include; crafts with her daughter, camping, hiking, swimming, and spending time in the mountains with her family. Cora takes pride in being a busy working mom and loves dedicating herself to her family and teaching her kids about helping others.

Cora’s Favorite Wellness Tip:

Health is more than eating nutritional food and doing physical exercise. Smiling, laughing, and helping others can be life changing. Sometimes helping someone else is the best medicine you can give and receive. The quote below reminds me just how hard I work but also reminds me to not sweat the small stuff and stay calm. You can only do so much and when you can accept that life is about what brings you joy, your overall wellness and happiness will shine.

Delainy Szmyd, MA

Delainy was raised in Sheridan, WY. She recently graduated the University of Wyoming with a bachelor’s degree in Physiology and a minor in Psychology. She is am working as a medical assistant for Dr. Gee and Frontier Neurohealth during her gap year experience before heading to medical school.

Delainy’s Favorite Wellness Tip:

Allocate time to relax after the work week.




Colleen Weslin, MA

Colleen Weslin, a Gillette native, attended Gillette College where she received her associates degree in 2019. Supplementing her degree is years of experience within the healthcare environment at Campbell County Memorial Hospital including working in Family Practice and two years in Internal Medicine. She is excited to be joining the world of neurology and neurohealth. Her passion for helping and treating people with the highest care is what brought her into the healthcare industry. On her days away from her patients, Colleen loves to hike, go mountain biking, and spend time with her family.

Colleen’s Favorite Wellness Tip:

Improve your mindfulness. We rush everywhere, do everything efficiently and operate express like.  It’s good to sometimes look at the leaves while you’re walking somewhere or acknowledge how you feel as you’re doing a task. Look up you will never know what you may see!