Physicians


Dr S Garrett Seibold

S. Garrett Seibold, D.O.

Power County Family Clinic
502 Tyhee Ave, American Falls, Idaho
(208) 226-1057

Dr. Garrett Seibold is board certified in family medicine. He completed his training at Michigan State and his family medicine residency program in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Seibold enjoys the diversity and continuity of care with family medicine and getting to know families from the kids to the grandparents. He also enjoys work with team sports medicine.

He and his wife Chelsey have three young daughters. He enjoys time spent with family, volunteer work, and an afternoon on the golf course with friends and family.


Scott Conover, D.O.

Power County Family Clinic
502 Tyhee Ave, American Falls, Idaho
(208) 226-1057

Dr. Scott Conover studied at Des Moines University, College of Osteopathic Medicine and attended BYU-Idaho for his undergraduate studies in Exercise Science. He is interested in Global Health and is excited to practice the full spectrum of family medicine. He speaks Spanish and has traveled to Central America for medical missions. He is currently completing his residency with the Idaho State University Family Residency program.

Dr. Conover enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and children. Other hobbies include rock climbing, mountaineering, soccer and running. Dr. Conover will begin seeing new patients at Power County Family Clinic and Aberdeen Family Clinic in July as well as coverage for the Hospital Emergency Department.


Dean Williams, M.D.

Doctor’s Clinic
590 Gifford Ave, American Falls, Idaho
(208) 226-5147

Nurse Practitioners


Linda Cassell, NPLinda Cassell, NP

Power County Family Clinic
502 Tyhee Ave, American Falls, Idaho
(208) 226-1057

Linda has been with Power County Hospital District District since 2005. She began her interest in nursing in high school, when a class was offered in health occupations. As a senior, she continued with the LPN course. Linda has thoroughly enjoyed the many opportunities that have been given to her by meeting and assisting families in their health care needs. She attended college and ultimately completed her masters in nursing and later her family nurse practitioners certificate in 1999 from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas.

She and her husband Neal have 3 grown children and now enjoy the joys of being grandparents too. Her most enjoyable moments are shared with her family. She also spends any spare time quilting, reading, gardening, and scrapbooking.

 


Kris Babb, NP

Power County Family Clinic
502 Tyhee Ave, American Falls, Idaho
(208) 226-1057

It is with heavy heart that we announce the retirement of longtime District Nurse Practitioner, Kristine Babb. Kris will be slowly retiring this summer from full time work at the District. She has served the patients of our area for almost 30 years.  Kris decided to go into healthcare at college in the late sixties. After completing her RN degree with Idaho State University in 1970, she enlisted with the U.S. Navy and worked in naval hospitals in New York City and Nevada. She and her husband, Larry then returned to the Pocatello area to raise their growing family. Kris continued to work as an RN at Harms Memorial, Health West, and Bannock Memorial over the years while raising her 6 children. In 1995, she completed the Idaho State University Nurse Practitioner program and has worked as an NP since.

When asked why she went into health care, she replied, “it’s kinda corny, but I really did want to do something to help people, change the world, and do some service work.” Her favorite part of the job is getting to know her patients like extended family. She’s watched kids grow from immunizations and check-ups to getting married and bringing in their own children over the years. She’s also enjoyed working with so many great staff and providers through the years.

Kris has served on almost all District committees over the years from Infection Control to Quality Improvement or employee parties. She also helped train many students and staff from teaching CPR and ACLS classes to mentoring students in the ISU Nurse Practitioner and RN programs. She has also always been very generous of her time to volunteer and serve with the Pocatello Free Clinic, Bannock County Jail, grant writing, Hispanic Health Project, consulting, and more. She is also a gifted “crafter” and was always willing to donate her talents to create items and raise funds for facility needs. Her many years of dedication and expertise helped many lives and will be greatly missed by her patients and co-workers.  Kris is not completely sure what she’s going to do in retirement, but with her family all living nearby and 33 grandkids and 4 great-grandkids, she’s sure to stay busy keeping up with all of them and anywhere else she can continue to help people! To celebrate Kris and her ‘soft’ retirement an Open House was held on May 11 and we thank her and wish her well in all her future endeavors!

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