It is possible that few in Wyoming better understand diabetes as well as Jackson physician Dr. Hayley Miller. Miller, the director of St. John’s Diabetes and Metabolism in Jackson, will be at the Wyoming Medical Society’s Annual Meeting on June 3 to present on Intensification after Basal Insulin and Weight Management.
Miller grew up in Buffalo, Wyoming, and received her undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Food Sciences from the University of Wyoming. A student in the WWAMI program, Dr. Miller received her medical doctorate from the University of Washington, did her residency in Internal Medicine at Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center in La Crosse, WI, and completed a fellowship in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah.
During her training, Dr. Miller participated in many aspects of research, but her true passion is patient care. She has given numerous presentations on optimizing diabetes management, insulin pump therapy, continuous glucose monitoring, insulin intensification, and weight loss. At St. John’s, she launched an adventure camp for children with type 1 diabetes and initiated the Jackson Hole Diabetes Summit on the artificial pancreas. Dr. Miller’s professional interests stem from her own experience with type 1 diabetes.