Established in 2005, Bozeman Creek Family Health providers founded the local, family practice on the mission of caring for every family member. Our team of providers are all Board Certified in Family Medicine, which means they have specialized training after medical school. They provide complete care for each individual of any age or sex. The providers remain committed to continuing education courses in internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, and psychiatry.


We welcome you to choose a primary care provider, and look forward to becoming a partner in your healthcare. Our providers and staff are community-focused and committed to providing compassionate healthcare care in a welcoming and safe environment.



Originally from Minnesota, Dr. Leah Anderson completed her undergraduate training at Valparaiso University in Indiana.  After receiving her degree, she attended Mayo Medical School in Rochester, MN and completed her Family Medicine residency in Duluth, MN.  After moving to Montana, she obtained her Board Certification in Family Medicine in 2009 and joined Bozeman Creek Family Health, specializing in family medicine.  Dr. Anderson is in the office Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.  


Dr. Anderson's hobbies include listening to public radio, making dirt, and spending time with her husband, son, and daughter.



Dr. Hanly Burton received his training and degrees from Montana State University, the University of Wisconsin, and Western University College of Osteopathic Medicine.  He is a graduate of the Montana Family Medicine Residency program and former Chief Resident of the Montana Family Medicine Residency Program.


In addition, Dr. Burton has served as a past board member of both the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine and the Montana Academy of Family Physicians.  Currently, he is an Adjunct Professor at Montana State University within the Microbiology Department for Medical Virology and Medical Bacteriology, as well as a Clinical Professor in the WWAMI program.


Dr. Burton joined Bozeman Creek Family Health in August 2007.  Dr. Burton is in the office Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.  In addition to family practice services, he also offers vasectomies and DOT physicals.


Dr. Burton's hobbies include spending time with family, reading, teaching, running, hiking, hunting, fishing, skiing, kayaking, and rockclimbing.



Dr. Andrea Cady was born in Rutland, VT. She started her schooling at Williams College in Massachusetts where she received a bachelor’s degree in East Asian Studies. By 1998, she completed her medical schooling at University of Vermont and earned her medical doctor degree (MD). Next, she successfully completed her internship and family medicine residency at the University of Utah.


Dr. Cady devoted ten years to BridgerCare as their medical director, from 2005-2015. Her specialties include mental health care, women’s health care, and sports medicine. Her medical interests include diving medicine and transgender care. 


Dr. Cady was one of the original three founders of Bozeman Creek Family Health. She is in the office Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.


Outside of work, Dr. Cady enjoys mountain, dirt, and road biking, skiing, spending time with her poodle, and cats, as well as restoring a home in Pony, MT.



Dr. Melissa Knutson was born and raised in Omaha, NE. She started her schooling at University of Central Missouri in 1998 where she received a bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry. By 2007, she completed her medical schooling at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences and earned her doctor of osteopathy degree (DO). Next, she successfully completed her internship and family medicine residency through the O'Bleness Memorial Hospital Residency Program.


Dr. Knutson has always had an interest in sports medicine, and has demonstrated that interest by becoming a team physician for the Ohio University Hockey team and completing further fellowship training in sports medicine through LECOM. Currently, Dr. Knutson is a board eligible sports medicine physician. As a primary care sports medicine physician, she has specialized training in order to treat and diagnose acute and chronic sports-related conditions.  Dr. Knutson promotes lifelong fitness and wellness, and encourages prevention of illness and injury.


After working in several states (OH, PA, OR), she has found a home at Bozeman Creek Family Health and is currently accepting new patients to grow her practice. She is in the office Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.  Dr. Knutson, her husband, and their son enjoy an active lifestyle. Montana offers her family a place to enjoy the outdoors, run, hike, and live a life of fitness and wellness. 



Callie was born and raised outside of Chicago, IL. With an elementary teacher as a mother and a police detective as a father, Callie and her older sister grew up with a passion to help others through nursing. After high school, Callie moved to Montana to fly-fish and play in the mountains. She knew she wanted to be a nurse after high school, so she attended MSU for a year and a half. At MSU, she had a great time being a resident advisor of the dorms and met her husband. From Bozeman, she moved to Tucson, AZ to complete her Associate Degree in Nursing.


Later, she returned to Bozeman where she worked for the past 6 years at Bozeman Deaconess hospital as a L&D and NICU nurse. She specialized in lactation counseling throughout her hospital career helping our breastfeeding community. As a labor and NICU nurse, Callie was fortunate enough to spend wonderful moments with families and help others through very difficult times. After creating these relationships and becoming part of their healthcare team, it was so difficult to say goodbye. From this, she decided that building relationships and following her patients throughout their lives was what was needed. Graduate school came next and Walden University was her next big move.


After finishing her Masters degree in August of 2014, she found a loving home at Bozeman Creek Family Health. It is this environment that she now practices family medicine as a Nurse Practitioner. She is in the office Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.  Callie and her husband enjoy float trips in their drift boat and playing in the mountains year round. It is her active lifestyle and love of the outdoors that she shares with her patients, family and community that keep her grounded and smiling everyday!



Originally from Colorado, Family Nurse Practitioner Katherine Mistretta has resided in Bozeman for over 9 years and has extensive training in both nursing and family medicine practicing primary care. Through completion of advanced training in family medicine, Katy received her Master’s of Nursing degree from Montana State University in 2013 and obtained her board certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Prior to that, she had worked for several years at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital as both a pediatric and medical registered nurse.


As a Family Nurse Practitioner, Katy works with patients of all ages throughout their lives, diagnosing illnesses, conducting exams, performing procedures, and prescribing medications. She is available for office visits covering a range of medical concerns including annual exams, urgent care visits, gynecologic concerns, pediatrics, adolescent medicine, adult and geriatric medicine, and mental health. Katy also specializes in transgender health care and is currently in the process of obtaining her WPATH certification. She is in the office Monday through Thursday and is off Fridays.


In her free time, Katy enjoys to ski, hike and spend time with her husband and two children.


Sherry Pikul was born in North Adams, Massachusetts and grew up in Western Massachusetts and Southern Vermont. In 1999, Sherry and her husband moved to Livingston, Montana and started their family.  Inspired by the care she received from a nurse-midwife, Sherry returned to nursing school after the birth of her first child and obtained her Bachelor’s in Nursing from Johns Hopkins University in 2003. After several years of work as an RN at Bozeman Creek Family Health and the Bozeman Birth Center, Sherry returned to school to obtain her Master’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Southern California. She obtained her board certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2019 and is so excited to be back amongst her friends, colleagues, and the patients at Bozeman Creek.   She is in the office Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.


Sherry believes you are never too old to learn something new. On her day off, you might find her remodeling a house, acting or directing a production at the Blue Slipper Theatre, digging in her garden, or watching hockey game with her husband and kids. She believes that mental and physical health are inextricably tied together, and the best care starts with good communication between patient and provider.



Anna was raised in rural central Montana and knew early on she wished to pursue a career in healthcare and serve others. After graduating high school, Anna moved to Walla Walla, WA for undergraduate studies, earning a degree in Health Sciences. After returning to Bozeman, Anna worked in healthcare for a few years before deciding to further her education and attend Physician Assistant School. She graduated from Rocky Mountain College in the fall of 2017.

She joined Bozeman Creek Family Health in January of 2018 and is in the office Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.


In her free-time, Anna enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and three active boys.



Chandi M, Practice Manager
Cindy M, Billing Manager
Hannah S, Patient Account Manager
Abby B, RN
Ashley R, RMA, LPRT
Sarah S, RMA
Karli D, RMA, LPRT
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