S. Garrett Seibold, D.O.
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 sees patients at our Power County Family Clinic and Aberdeen Family Clinic locations as well as the Power County Hospital, Emergency Department and Skilled Nursing Facility.
He and his wife Chelsey have four young daughters. He enjoys time spent with family, volunteer work, coaching, and an afternoon on the golf course with friends and family.
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 completed his residency program with Idaho State University. He speaks Spanish and has traveled to Central America for several medical missions with the CONDOR organization. He sees patients at our Power County Family Clinic and Aberdeen Family Clinic locations as well as the Power County Hospital, Emergency Department and Skilled Nursing Facility.
Dr. Conover enjoys spending time traveling and doing outdoor activities with his wife and sons. Other hobbies include rock climbing, mountaineering, soccer and running.
Dean Williams, M.D.
590 Gifford Ave, American Falls, Idaho
Linda Cassell, NP
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. Linda sees patients at our Power County Family Clinic and Aberdeen Family Clinic locations as well as coverage at the Power County Hospital Emergency Department.
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.
We are excited to welcome Trena Phillips as our newest provider and Nurse Practitioner to the area. Trena has been in nursing for 30 years. She served as the Medical Educator at the Minidoka Memorial Training Center for several years teaching courses for EMS, CPR, ACLS, and PALS. She loves working in a small town to get to know her patients and families and is excited to share and expand her knowledge with patients in our area. Trena is accepting new patients at both our Power County Family Clinic and Aberdeen Family Clinic locations.
She and her husband Michael enjoy spending their free time camping and traveling in the area. She has three daughters and three grandkids that she enjoys spending time with.