Meet our staff

My name is Laurie Sessions & I am the surgical nurse supervisor for the Post Falls ASC.

I was born in Brewster, Washington & lived in that small community until I was 10. I then moved over the mountains to Lake Stevens and lived there until I ventured out to college.

I have been a Registered Nurse for 19 years and love to work in a variety of departments. I received my nursing degree in 1999 from RicksCollege in Rexburg, Idaho now known as BYU–Idaho. I always wanted to be a nurse as a small child because I found myself running to help people with injuries. I love being a nurse because it brings me great joy in helping others.

I met my husband Spencer while going to school and he swept me off my feet. We have 3 fantastic children that I love to spend time with. In my rare spare time, I love to travel, camp in the outdoors, play on the local lakes, or simply do anything outside with my family.

Hi!  I’m Camilla Bronsell.  I work in the Recovery Room at Post Falls ASC.  I love my job!

I’ve been a Registered Nurse for 20 years and have spent much of my career in Pediatric settings.

I grew up in a small farming community close to Idaho Falls, Idaho.  I met the boy of my dreams while attending Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho and married him after I graduated from Nursing School.  We have four beautiful children.  We moved to Coeur d Alene 5 years ago, strictly for the grandeur of the area and its proximity to outdoor recreational activities.

I love to hike and backpack.  I’m an avid runner.  I very much enjoy swimming in Coeur d Alene Lake.  I’m blessed with a large circle of friends and family, most of whom say I make the best cinnamon rolls in the world.  They are, of course, correct.  

Father of 5. Avid Cyclist. Ute. Pediatric Dentist.

 

Hello there...my name is Brad Barlow. I'm originally from Utah and received a Bachelor's degree in Medical Biology from the University of Utah (Go Utes!) A mentor and long-time friend provided him with exposure to pediatric dentistry and showed him how rewarding that profession could be!

When I'm not spending time at Little Smiles, you'll more than likely find me with my family. We love all kinds of sports, skiing, fly fishing, hiking and boating. If I ever get free time, I'll probably be cycling on my road bike or fly fishing on one of the nearby rivers. We chose to live in North Idaho because of the friendly community, the many opportunities for outdoor recreation, and quite frankly, our area needed a specialized Pediatric Dentist to help families like yours!

A mentor and long-time friend provided me with exposure to pediatric dentistry and showed me how rewarding thi sprofession could be.

I attended the University of Iowa College of Dentistry (Go Hawks!) to receive a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree (DDS) in 2002. I then trucked my family back to Utah for two years where my residency provided me with specialized training in pediatric dentistry.