Bethany Pickard, MD Bethany Pickard, MD 

practices internal medicine at Collingsworth Family Medicine and Collingsworth General Hospital. She completed her Internal Medicine Residency at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC), Amarillo, earned her Doctor of Medicine degree from TTUHSC School of Medicine, Lubbock, and her Bachelors of Science degree from Texas Tech University, Lubbock. She also attended the TTUHSC School of Pharmacy, Amarillo, for a year before deciding to go to medical school.

A second generation physician, Dr. Pickard was born in Clifton, Texas, and raised in Valley Mills, Texas.  The family moved to Crosbyton, Texas, when Dr. Pickard was five, and her father continues to practice family medicine there.  Dr. Pickard lives in Wellington with her husband Justin, an information technology professional and operations manager for Pickard Family Farms in Estacado, Texas.

Cassie Colson, RN, FNP Cassie Colson, RN, FNP 

received her Master of Science in Nursing - Family Nurse Practitioner degree from the University of Texas - Arlington in 2018, joining the providers at Collingsworth Family Medicine in January 2019. She started working as a nurse aide at Collingsworth General Hospital in 2010, while attending class at Amarillo College to earn her Associate Degree in nursing, and continued working as an RN while attending Oklahoma Panhandle State University where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing.  

Cassie was born in Mississippi, but moved to Wellington when she was one year old, so she claims Wellington as her official hometown. She and her husband, Ryan, and two children, Rylyn and Caleb, live just west of the city limits of Wellington. 

Rajesh Nambiar, MD Rajesh Nambiar, MD 

is a board certified interventional cardiologist who has been practicing with the Amarillo Heart Group for the last four years. He staffs a cardiology clinic at Collingsworth Family Medicine one day per month for the convenience of area patients. Dr. Nambiar completed his internal medicine training at Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, where he was also honored to serve as the chief resident. He furthered his training with fellowships in Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology at Cook County Hospital and Rush Medical Center, Chicago, respectively. As a result of this training, he is well equipped to manage cardiac disease and perform a wide range of diagnostic and interventional heart and vascular procedures.