Welcome

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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It’s SNOWING!

January 22, 2018 | Alerts, News | By: Jennifer Brull

The Stockton office will be closed until 1:00pm today due to current weather conditions. The Plainville office will be open at 8:30am but has limited staffing. Our team will contact you if your appointment is affected – stay SAFE and WARM out there, folks!

UPDATE (9:24am): The Stockton office does not have power due to the storm and will not open at 1:00pm.  Patients are being contacted to reschedule appointments.  Please do not hesitate to call us if you have questions or need assistance – 785.434.2622.

Helmets: Fit Your Lid!

January 13, 2018 | Health Advice | By: Nicki Waggoner

Thanks to Miss Shiloh Kuhn, our helmet model!

Did you know that the majority of wheeled recreational vehicle (bikes, scooters and skateboard) injuries happen close to home? The standard use of safety helmets by children ages 4 to 15 would prevent up to 45,000 head injuries annually, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Bike riding is a great way to have family time in the great outdoors and we want you to be safe while you have fun!

Here are some tips on how to get the right fit for your bicycle helmet:

EYES:  Position the helmet on your head. Look up and you should see the bottom rim of the helmet. The rim should be one to two finger-widths above the eyebrows.
EARS:  Make sure the straps of the helmet form a “V” under your ears when buckled. The strap should be snug but comfortable.
MOUTH:  Open your mouth as wide as you can. Do you feel the helmet hug your head? If not, tighten those straps and make sure the buckle is flat against your skin.

Wearing a helmet while riding a bicycle offers much needed protection in case of a crash or fall.  The best way to ensure bicycle safety is to get the entire family involved.  Set a good example for your children by following the rules of the road as well.  Bicycle helmets help save lives!

You can find more great information at Safe Kids Worldwide.