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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Jacob Morgan returns to Stockton

January 19, 2015 | Uncategorized | By: Zach Muhrer

Jacob MorganJacob Morgan, a native of Stockton, is in his final week shadowing Dr. Loney.

Where are you from?

I am from right here in Stockton, Ks. I graduated from Stockton High School and completed my undergraduate degree at Fort Hays State University. I am currently in my third year of medical school at Kansas University School of Medicine in Kansas City, Ks.

Why did you come to Stockton?

I came to Stockton for several reasons but the main reasons are as follows. First, I have heard nothing but great things about the doctors and staff from my fellow classmates who have also rotated through Stockton. Second, it is nice to be around familiar faces and see how everyone I grew up with is doing these days. Third, I knew my mom would do my laundry!

What do you hope to be when you’re out of school? Why?

Currently, I am thinking about a career in surgery. I have always enjoyed working with my hands and I believe a career in surgery can fulfill that passion while at the same time being able to practice medicine and care for patients. I will add that I have an open mind at this point and may choose a different specialty in the end, but the one aspect of medicine that I definitely prefer is working in the rural setting.

What do you like about shadowing in Stockton?

Everything! The atmosphere that the doctors and staff have created is top notch. I hope that in the future I will be able to model my own practice after the one here in Stockton. So far my favorite aspect of being here in Stockton is the access that I have to the patients and doctors. Being at KU for the past two and half years has me made appreciate the access that I have to the doctors and staff here in Stockton.

Why do you like to do outside of medicine?

I like a variety of activities. I like to exercise when it can fit into my schedule. I also like to tinker on things. My dad has worked as a mechanic before and I’ve been able to pick up a few things from him through the years. I think it would be neat to restore an old hot rod in the future when I have a little more time and money. I also enjoy spending time with friends and family as much as I can.

What do you hope to learn during your rotation in Stockton?

My main goal is to gain experience in diagnosing and managing patients with a wide variety of ailments as well as increasing my clinical exam abilities. At the end of my third year of medical school is the Step 2 test that in comprised of a standardized test as well as a clinical skills exam. It is my hope that my time here in Stockton will help me perform as well as I can on the test as well as aid me in my future practice.

Don’t forget your flu shot!

December 29, 2014 | Alerts, Health Advice, News | By: Zach Muhrer | Tags: , , ,

It’s the middle of flu season and we still have influenza vaccinations available. We’d love to have you stop by for your shot soon!

Vaccines are available at all Post Rock clinics during regular business hours. Doctors Without Delay will also have flu shots available for patients needing to receive their shot after during more flexible hours.

Influenza can affect anybody seriously. However, young children, the elderly, pregnant women, and people with chronic medical conditions are most at risk for flu-related complications. For more information on influenza and the flu shot, visit the CDC’s flu webpage or check out this short fact sheet from the CDC.

Post Rock hosts Aaron Pfeifer

November 11, 2014 | News, Students | By: Zach Muhrer | Tags: , , , , , , , ,

WP_20141105_006Aaron Pfeifer will be working with Dr. Brull and the Post Rock medical team until 11/21.  A native of Hays, Aaron joins us from the University of Kansas School of Medicine – Wichita.

Where are you from?

I was born and raised in Hays, KS, where I graduated from Thomas More Prep-Marian high school and went on to complete my undergraduate studies at Fort Hays State University. From there I moved to Kansas City to complete my first two years of medical school and then moved to Wichita, KS to finish my last two years of schooling. I am currently living in Wichita, KS, where I am completing my last year of medical school.

Why did you come to Plainville?

I came to Plainville to learn from a great group of physicians and to learn what it is like to practice rural medicine. I have heard from classmates what a great experience they had working with Dr. Brull and her colleagues, making it the perfect opportunity to learn about rural medicine.

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