Christina Potts
Executive Director
Christina Potts is a Pocatello native. She graduated in the spring of 2017 with a bachelor of science in healthcare administration and a minor in business. She plans to obtain a master’s in business administration or healthcare administration. She has many years of management experience. In addition, she has a passion for healthcare and helping others. Christina has two children, Aunikah (age 9) and Micah (age 4). She loves spending time with her children. She also enjoys cleaning, rollerblading, hiking, exercising, and attending concerts.
Katie Zollinger
Nursing Assistant
Katie joined our clinic in the fall of 2017. She has always known that she wanted to work in the medical field from a very young age. She grew up in Southeastern Idaho and now attends collage at Idaho State University. Katie has a passion for providing quality care to her patients to ensure they get the best care possible.
Andrea Weiss

Andrea joined the Pocatello Free Clinic in March 2018. She has lived in various areas of the Pacific Northwest but was born in Pocatello. She has always been interested in the medical field. Prior to the PFC she worked in physical therapy and dermatology. She enjoys fishing, hiking, and going on long drives in her free time. She plans to attend Idaho State University in the fall 2018.

Deborah Orcutt

Deborah joined the Pocatello Free Clinic in the winter of 2018.  She grew up in Reno, Nevada, before moving to Pocatello with her young family in 1991. She completed her BSN degree at Idaho State University in 2007.  Since graduating from ISU, she has specialized in diabetes education, became a Certified Diabetes Educator in 2011, and has practiced in Pocatello and Boise. In her free time, she enjoys gardening (native plants and vegetables), cooking, and visiting her grown sons in Missoula and Phoenix.

Paul Haislip

Paul R. Haislip, a native to Pocatello, graduated from Idaho State University in 2012 with his Bachelors of Science in Nursing. Upon graduating, he began his nursing career working at Portneuf Medical Center in the cardiovascular unit, where he studied and learned alongside numerous cardiovascular doctors and colleagues. Paul transferred to the Intensive Care Unit at Portneuf Medical Center in 2015. He continued to learn about complicated diseases and developed a desire to further his education to have a larger impact on prevention of these diseases. While working in critical care, he attended University of Cincinnati and graduated with a Master of Science in Nursing with a focus on Family Nurse Practitioner in 2017. Paul looks forward to providing care and education to those in the community where he was raised.

Krystal Lamb

Krystal was born and raised in Wilmington, North Carolina. She is the oldest sibling and has a brother and a sister. She graduated from Topsail High School in 2005. After high school she attended Wake Technical Community College. She graduated in 2009 with Dental Assisting. Krystal has worked eight years in Pediatric Dentistry and has a compassionate heart to help those in the community. She moved to Pocatello, Idaho in January 2016 with her husband of twelve years and their two dogs. The reason she wanted to move to Pocatello was to be closer to family. She enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her family. She originally started volunteering at the Pocatello Free Clinic in April 2017. She is now a staff member. She is currently attending Idaho State University and is studying Dental Hygiene.