John Pickrell, M.D., F.A.C.C.

John Pickrell, M.D., F.A.C.C.

Accepting New Patients
Dr. Pickrell is accepting patients by referral of your physician

In Practice Since 2003

Primary Specialties
Cardiovascular Disease

Medical Education
1996 Doctor of Medicine
University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah

Consulting Cardiologist at the following hospitals:
Campbell County Memorial Hospital, Gillette, WY
Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital, Thermopolis, WY
Johnson County Memorial Hospital, Buffalo, WY
Memorial Hospital of Carbon County, Rawlins, WY
Memorial Hospital of Converse County, Douglas, WY
Mountain View Regional Hospital, Casper, WY
Platte County Memorial Hospital, Wheatland, WY
Summit Medical Center, Casper, WY
Washakie Medical Center, Worland, WY

2003 – Present: Attending Physician, Wyoming Medical Center, Casper, WY

Medical History, Certifications, Awards and more.

1997-1999 Internal Medicine:
LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah

1999-2003 Adult Cardiovascular Medicine:
University of Utah Division of Cardiology, Salt Lake City, Utah

Board Certifications
The American Board of Internal Medicine – Diplomate in Cardiovascular Disease
11/2004 – 12/2014
The American Board of Internal Medicine – Internal Medicine 8/1999 – 12/2009

Academic Appointments
7/2012 – present Adjunct Clinical Faculty Member in Family Medicine/Cardiology
University of Wyoming

Honors and Awards
2008 Physician of the Year; Wyoming Medical Center, Casper, WY
2001 Fellow of the year

Craven CM, Allred T Garry SLCraven CM, Allred T, Garry SL, Pickrell J, Buys SS: Three Cases of Fatal Cardiac Tamponade Following Ventricular Endocardial Biopsy Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine 114:836-840, 1990.

Pickrell J, Hammond E, Larrabee P, Bristow M: Comparison of Sympathetic Innervation of Failing and Nonfailing Human Hearts by Quantitative Evaluation of Catecholamine Fluorescence. [abstract] Journal of the American College of Cardiology 17:220A, 1991.

Pickrell JW, Abraham WT, Port D, Roden R, Bristow M, Hammond E: Evidence for Decreased Adrenergic Nerve Density in the Failing Human Heart. [abstract] Circulation 92(8):I-191, 1995.

Pickrell JW, Renlund DG, Beddhu S, Allen K, Cheung AK, Bair TL, Anderson JL: Plasma Homocysteine and Renal Insufficiency Are Independent and Additive Predictors of Death/Myocardial Infarction in Patients with Angiographically-Defined Coronary Disease. [abstract] Circulation 104(17):II-393, 2001.

Pickrell JW, Abraham WT, Port D, Roden R, Bristow M, Hammond E: Decreased Adrenergic Nerve Density in Failing Versus Nonfailing Explanted Human Hearts. [manuscript in preparation].