At PureView, we offer comprehensive medical, dental and behavioral health services by board certified physicians, physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners.
Cynthia Alarcon, Physician Assistant
Cynthia Alarcon was hired by PureView Health Center in the summer of 2014. She comes to PureView from Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City, Montana. Cynthia graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. She studied at Flathead Valley Community College for her LPN and then Rocky Mountain College for her Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies. She has previously worked as a field biologist, naturalist, whitewater guide, ski patroller and EMT, which peaked her interest in studying medicine. She works at the main clinic as well as at the Healthcare for the Homeless program at God’s Love Homeless Shelter in downtown Helena. Her professional interests include rural medicine and improving access to healthcare in underserved populations. She became a PA to directly improve the access to quality care in Montana’s small communities and she enjoys community health for that reason.
Laura Broussard, Family Nurse Practitioner (Parker Medical Clinic)
Laura Broussard began practicing at Parker Medical Clinic in Lincoln in August, 2017. She graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing degree from Boise State University in Boise, ID in May of 1993. Laura began her career at St. Luke’s Hospital in Boise before moving to Oklahoma where she worked at the hospital and then at the health department. Laura also volunteered at the Dream Centers in Louisiana and California helping them to get their mobile medical clinics established. Laura returned to school and in January, 2004 graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a Master’s of Science degree in Nursing. She is certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and treats patients of all ages. Laura has mainly worked with the under-served populations in urban and rural locations and is passionate about this work. In her free time, Laura enjoys the mountains, biking and skiing and is happy to be providing services at Parker Medical Clinic.
Villette Burk, Behavioral Health Case Manager
Villette Burk joined PureView Health Center in August 2015 to be part of our Behavioral Health team. She attended and graduated from Montana State University with a bachelors degree in sociology. After graduating college, Villette worked in the mental health field as a case manager and provided intensive in-home mental health services in both Bozeman and Helena. More recently, she has worked with children with disabilities and their families to provide early intervention and facilitate community resources.
Dr. Kyle Denning, D.D.S.
Kyle Denning D.D.S. joined PureView Health Center in January 2018 after serving in Western Oregon since 2013. He received his B.A. in Biology from Carroll College in Helena, and then attended Creighton University School of Dentistry in Omaha, NE. Originally from Eastern Washington, Dr. Denning also has family in Butte.
Dr. Denning enjoys treating an underserved population and providing quality care for those with limited access to dental treatment. In his spare time, he likes to be with his wife and two children exploring the great landscapes Western Montana has to offer.
Holly Gomez-Levine, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Holly Gomez-Levine joined PureView Health Center in July, 2017. She is Board Certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and is licensed in Montana to treat patients struggling with mental illness. She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees in nursing from Rush University in Chicago, Illinois. Holly specializes in child/adolescent populations but is also experienced in treating adults.
Dawn Gormely, Nurse Practitioner
Dawn Gormely joined PureView Health Center in May of 1997. Her undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Arts in Nursing, is from Carroll College, in Helena. She worked at St. Peter’s Hospital, primarily in Pediatrics, for a number of years prior to returning to academia to become a Nurse Practitioner. She completed a Master’s Degree in Nursing with a Family Nurse Practitioner focus through Montana State University in Bozeman as a member of the program’s first graduating class. Dawn has found family practice to be an amazing environment to work in. Seeing several generations of families grow has been extremely rewarding. In her spare time, Dawn loves quilting, antiquing, reading, home projects, Montana outdoors and traveling with family and friends.
Christina Keener, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Christina Keener began working at PureView Health Center in July 2015 as the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in the new Behavioral Health department. She is from Wilkes Barre, PA. Chris obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Seton Hall University in New Jersey. She later attended Gonzaga University, where she earned her Masters of Science in Nursing and her Nurse Practitioner certification. She has been a Nurse Practitioner in the Helena area for more than 15 years. Chris loves getting to know her patients as the unique individuals that they are and helping them to achieve optimal potential.
Lisa Kenny, Nurse Practitioner
Lisa Kenny began working at PureView Health Center as a nurse practitioner in 2003. She is a Helena native with degrees from Carroll College and Gonzaga University in Spokane. She enjoys working with the uninsured, and patients with mental illness, to help them optimize their health and overall well-being. She is married and the mother of two. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, gardening, felting, calligraphy and spending time with her family, dogs and friends.
Terri Losey, Case Manager and Social Worker
Terri is a Carroll College alumna. Terri likes “helping” people for a living and has been in Social Services for many years. She likes working for Lewis and Clark County and PureView Health Center as she feels supported in what she does. Terry says, “It is not like carpentry or book keeping. You do not often see immediate results of your efforts in Social Work, but it is very rewarding when someone comes back to you after a period of time (sometimes years) and updates you on their progress or lists off some of the short term or long term goals you had helped them set, that they have now met or exceeded. It is sometimes like you are painting a wall you cannot feel with an imaginary paint brush full of invisible ink. The results can be extraordinary or non-existent. You have to hope for the best and accept what you get.”
Melissa Rambo, LAC
Melissa Rambo, LAC joined PureView Health Center in December 2017. She graduated from Montana State University in 2009 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human services and an Associates Degree in Rehabilitation. She is currently working on a Master’s degree with Grand Canyon University. Between 2002-2012, she worked for a community correctional facility in Billings obtaining her License in Addictions Counseling in 2011. Additionally, she has also worked with the PACT Team at the Center for Mental Health as an LAC working with those afflicted with severe mental illness and Substance Use Disorders. She is excited to be working with PureView Health to assist those struggling from the devastating disease of addiction. Melissa enjoys traveling, boating, camping, four-wheeling, and exploring Montana’s landscapes and mountains.
Dr. Saul Rivard, M.D.
Saul Rivard, M.D., joined the PureView Health Center team in 2016. He completed his residency and served as Chief Resident at the Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana in Missoula, MT. A Montana native, he was born and raised in Livingston, MT, where his love for family medicine first took root. He graduated from Brown University in Providence, RI, with a bachelor’s degree in Public Policy, bolstering his passion to improve access to care through health care policy.
Dr. Rivard received his medical degree from the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Since returning to his home state, he has been involved with the Montana Academy of Family Physicians and the Montana Office of Rural Health. His interests include child and adolescent medicine, preventive medicine, and women’s health. He enjoys spending time with his family, attending community theater events, and woodworking. Dr. Rivard is thrilled to be back and practicing under the Big Sky.
Dr. William Snider, D.O.
Dr. Snider is a graduate of the Montana Family Medicine Residency where he served as Chief Resident. He has lived in Helena since 2001, and is a previous Medical Director for the Cooperative Health Center. He returned to PureView after spending 2 years exploring Private Practice. In addition to Public Health, Dr. Snider enjoys competitive mountain biking and Nordic skiing. He is also a fly fisherman and lover of wild places and public lands.
Dr. Snider is originally from Indiana. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Montana and a medical degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. Prior to attending medical school he worked in environmental advocacy and as a wilderness fly fishing guide in Alaska. He has a young daughter and enjoys teaching her about life and the outdoors.
Sharon Speck, Counselor, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Sharon Speck began working with PureView Health Center in July 2015. She joins our new Behavioral Health team as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has been a licensed therapist for nearly 20 years in Delaware and Montana. She joined PureView after working in Helena at the Center for Mental Health and St. Peter’s Hospital Behavioral Health Unit. Sharon graduated from the University of Montana with a Bachelor’s Degree in History and received her Master’s in Social Service from Bryn Mawr College School of Social Work and Social Research in Bryn Mawr, PA.
Our Leadership Team
Jill-Marie Steeley, Executive Director
Jill is originally from Salt Lake City, UT, but has enjoyed life in Montana for the past eleven years. Jill joined PureView Health Center in May, 2015. Prior to joining the organization she spent nearly four years as the Director of the Health and Human Services Division of the Gallatin City-County Health Department, seven and a half years as the Director of the Madison County Health Department, and was a senior analyst for Goldman Sachs in Salt Lake City, UT, for four years. Jill has a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Montana and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. Jill is excited to be part of a team of professionals who thoroughly enjoy working with the patients we serve and works tirelessly to improve the health of Lewis and Clark County residents.
Marina Kuntz, Clinic Finance Director
Marina, originally from Russia, has been living in Helena since 2013. She got her Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Moscow State University, and also completed upper accounting courses at Carroll College. Currently, she is working towards her Master’s in Computer Information Systems from Boston University, with a concentration in Database Management & Business Intelligence. Prior to joining PureView Health Center she worked at Heritage Propane, Rocky Mountain Development Council and Helena Industries. Marina is excited to join PureView’s team, and hopes that her skills in accounting and data analysis will contribute to PureView’s effort to provide the best integrated primary healthcare in the Helena community.
Dr. Heather McRee, Medical Director
Heather McRee, D.O., joined PureView Health Center in 2004 after completing her residency at the Montana Family Medicine Residency in Billings, MT, where she served as Chief Resident. Dr. McRee grew up in Maine and, after completing high school, spent a year in a small village in Zimbabwe, working in an orphanage and hospital. It was in this formative year that she solidified her desire to pursue a career in healthcare. She graduated with honors from the University of Montana and returned to Maine for medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. She loves being a family physician because it allows her to problem solve with her patients. She believes in quality healthcare for everyone and prefers prevention over pills. In her free time, she enjoys trail running, mountain biking, camping, skiing and being with her children and her husband.
Dr. Daniel Wordal, Dental Director
Dr. Wordal began working at Pureview Health Center in January of 2016. A Helena native and fourth-generation Montanan, he is a graduate of the Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health. He also has a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Saint Olaf College and a graduate certificate in Public Health from the University of North Carolina. He served active duty with the Navy and Marines and recently returned to Helena after six months of advanced education at UCLA in California. He is excited to be back in Montana and to serve the patients of this wonderful community.
Paula Wright, Chief Operations Officer
Paula began working with PureView Health Center in January, 2017. She joins the Leadership Team as the Chief Operations Officer. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Montana State University, Bozeman. For the past 25 years, Paula has worked in the human service field with emphasis in preventative and behavioral services, early intervention, and developmental disabilities. Prior to PureView, she spent 14 years at Family Outreach, a non-profit agency providing evidence based intervention home visiting services to children and adults with disabilities. This includes working as a Family Support Specialist then moving into Management and Operational roles of 8 programs across 12 counties in the Southwestern Region of the state. Her background also encompasses organizational monitoring and reporting, staff development and training, strategic planning, grant and contract implementation, and community outreach. She is excited to join a team committed to providing quality and integrated services to our community.