Welcome

Post Rock Family Medicine is composed of five separate practices: Daniel J. Sanchez, MD, Prairie Star Family Practice, LifeLine Family Medicine, Rooks County Health Center Clinic, and Solomon Valley Family Medicine. We have clinics in Plainville, Stockton and Palco.

Our mission is to provide the people of Rooks County and northwest Kansas the opportunity to optimize their health through a patient-centered medical home that delivers professional, compassionate, excellent service.

We all work together as a team to coordinate your care; when you see any of PRFM’s providers, that information is shared back to your primary provider through the electronic health record.

Our office hours are 8:30am to 5:30pm, Monday through Friday.  You can also find our providers staffing Doctors Without Delay, a walk in clinic at Rooks County Health Center, open 8:00am to 6:00pm, Monday through Saturday.

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Post Rock Family Medicine Welcomes Allison Coy and Eastin Casey this Summer

July 6, 2015 | Uncategorized | By: Naomi Wyatt

Allison Coy and Eastin CaseyAllison Coy, left, will be working with Dr. Brull and the Post Rock Family Medicine team as part of the Rural Primary Care Practice and Research Program, a summer elective for students between their first and second years of medical school at KU.

 

-Where are you from ?
I am originally from Junction City, KS. I graduated from St. Xavier High School in Junction City and completed my undergraduate degree at K-State. I currently live in Kansas City and I am going to begin my second year of medical school at KU in August.
-Why did you come to Plainville?
When I applied for the summer elective I said I would be willing to go anywhere in Kansas and I felt like I won the lottery when I was assigned to Plainville. I heard so many great things about Plainville from other medical students and professors at KU, so I was thrilled to get to come here this summer.
-What do you hope to be when you’re out of school? Why?
When I am out of school I hope to practice Family Medicine somewhere in Kansas. I really love Family Medicine because of the opportunity it provides for long-lasting, meaningful relationships with patients. I am drawn to the care of patients throughout their lives and the patient-centered approach that Family Med physicians have. Additionally, I intend to work as a primary care physician because of my interest in preventive medicine and health promotion.

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KU Seeks Patient Stories

July 6, 2015 | News, Students | By: Jennifer Brull | Tags:

Screen Shot 2015-07-06 at 6.52.51 AMKU is celebrating its 150th anniversary over the upcoming year. As part of this celebration, they are interested in hearing from you about the impact the school or its graduates have made on you, someone you know, or your community. “We frequently hear stories about medical treatment and the impact of a local doctor that trained at KU. But, there are significant stories about nurses and others in health professions. So, please share your story! There are no bounds on the kinds of stories we would like to hear.”

A 60 second audio recording or video will be created telling your story. If accepted your story will be published on our celebratory website and archived in the Clendening Library on the KUMC campus in Kansas City.

If you are interested in sharing your story, please contact:

Allison Coy                             OR                            Whitney Taylor
acoy@kumc.edu                                                      wtaylor2@kumc.edu
785-209-0828                                                         785-342-7579
Second Year Medical Student                                    Second Year Medical Student

Both Allison and Whitney are spending part of their summer learning in Plainville at Post Rock.

Post Rock Family Medicine Welcomes Blake Shinn from WSU this Summer

July 1, 2015 | Students | By: Naomi Wyatt | Tags: , ,

Blake ShinnBlake Shinn will be working with Emily Decker, PA on a 6 week rotation with Wichita State University Physician Assistant Program. Blake started his rotation June 29, 2015 and will end August 6, 2015.

-Where are you from?

I was born and raised in Topeka, KS. I have a bachelor’s degree in biology from Washburn University.

-Why did you come to Plainville?

Although I didn’t have a choice of which small towns in Kansas to visit, we are required to complete a number of rural health rotations. I am very fortunate that Plainville happened to be one of them!

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