Post Rock Nursing Position Open

August 6, 2015 | Job Opening, News | By: Jennifer Brull

UPDATE: We’ve filled our applicant pool.  Thanks for all the interest!

Post Rock Family Medicine is now accepting applications for a full time nursing position in our Plainville clinic.  Come work with our team!  Suggested skills include experience with clinic nursing and electronic health records.  Licensure may include RN, LPN, CNA or MA.  Please submit a resume and cover letter to PRFM, attention Dr. Daniel Sanchez, by email at contactus@postrock.us.

Beating the Heat: Some Tips from your Local Physician

July 30, 2015 | Health Advice | By: Naomi Wyatt

imagesWith the hot temps we have been experiencing this summer, it is important to take steps to keep you from falling victim to a heat related illness. People who are over age 65 or less than 15, have heart and lung diseases, are obese or have poor fitness, or who have to work outside are at higher risk of a heat related illness. Certain types of medications like diuretics, other blood pressure meds, or meds with anticholinergic side effects can increase the risk too. We will take a quick look at what you can do to stay cool and how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a heat related illness.

Here are some tips on staying cool:

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

July 6, 2015 | Students | By: Naomi Wyatt | Tags: ,

Allison Coy and Eastin Casey

Allison Coy (left) and Eastin Casey (right) 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.

Allison Coy says…

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.

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