Randy Vawdrey is a nurse practitioner and the Chief Operating Officer of Physicians Immediate Care Center. He grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah where he was active in athletics, student leadership and family. He attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, graduating with a Bachelors degree in nursing science.
Upon graduation Randy gained clinical experience in the medical/surgical, intensive care unit at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City Utah. He also gained clinical nursing experience in home health, rehabilitation and administrative nursing. In 2001, Randy took the opportunity to relocate to southeastern Idaho where he commenced graduate school at Idaho State University. While completing his graduate studies, Randy worked as a nursing consultant in long-term care. He worked as an interim program director and the director of nursing services for an inpatient psychiatric hospital. During this time, he also coordinated the development of the policies and procedures for a start-up hospital, serving as a consulting nursing officer for the opening of a new center for geriatric psychiatry in the Twin Falls area.