Viki Bailey, Hospice Administrator
Viki is a Family Nurse Practitioner with 26+ years of experience in the nursing field. She and her husband Greg have seven children and have been living In Idaho Falls since 2004. Viki loves hiking, reading, baking, Christian rock and Country music, quilting, Harry Potter, Social Media, and all things dark-chocolate! She has a passion for working with children and is humbled and honored to work with the families of some of East Idaho’s most fragile and yet strong ones!
Ty McWilliams, Home Health Administrator
Ty is a Registered Nurse with 17 years of experience in the medical field. She started her career as a CNA, worked for many years as a licensed practical nurse, and returned to school 7 years ago to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a RN. She graduated Summa Cum Laude and was the vice president of her nursing class. Ty has spent many years of her career working in home health and hospice, as both a RN case manager and as a director of nursing. Pediatric and neonatal nursing are her passion and she looks forward to utilizing her skills in those areas as she cares for patients and their families at Just 4 Kids Home Health and Hospice. She is happily married to her husband, Ben, and is the proud mother of 3 children and one beautiful granddaughter.
Dr. Aaron Gardner, MD, MS, FAAP
Aaron is a Pediatric Intensivist and Chief Medical Officer at Just 4 Kids Urgent Care and Just 4 Kids Home Health & Hospice in Idaho Falls, which he founded in 2018 and 2020. Prior to that he was an intensivist in the Pediatric ICU at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center for 5 years. He completed his Pediatric Critical Care training at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and his Pediatric residency and chief residency at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock. He has a master’s degree in Disaster Medicine from Universita’ del Piemonte Orientale and Vrije Universiteit Brussel. He earned his medical doctorate from St. George’s University and his undergraduate degree in Sociology from Brigham Young University. His professional and research activities involve pediatric disaster medicine and healthcare preparedness. He is a Chief Medical Officer with the Department of Health and Human Service’s ASPR Incident Management Team, and has deployed to many domestic and international disasters. He serves on the Executive Committee for the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Disaster Preparedness and Recovery. In addition, has worked as an independent contractor for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on radiation medical countermeasures, as a critical care transport physician, as an emergency medical technician in various capacities, and as an American Sign Language interpreter. He is happily married to his wife Amy, and has four children.