Jennifer Brull, MD

Dr. Jen Brull is a family medicine physician, practicing in Plainville, Kansas, where she lives with her family, two cats and a dog. She obtained her medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine and completed family medicine residency training in Topeka, Kansas. This is her eighteenth year of private practice in a rural area where she now also serves as the medical director for a geographically disparate accountable care organization of independent primary care practices. She served two years (2013-2014) as an HIT Fellow for the Office of the National Coordinator and was recognized as a Hypertension Control Challenge Champion by the CDC in 2014. She was named as a Top 25 Innovator by Modern Healthcare in 2019 and is a physician leader in performance improvement, electronic record adoption and change management. Special interests include integrating promotion of healthy behaviors into the office visit and the use of social media in medicine.

Education

Residency: Family Medicine Residency Program of Topeka; 2001
Doctorate of Medicine: University of Kansas School of Medicine; 1998
Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry: University of Kansas; 1994
Bachelor of Arts in Biology: University of Kansas; 1994

Staff Status

Physician Owner; Prairie Star Family Practice, PA
Active Staff; Rooks County Health Center
Affiliate Staff; Hays Medical Center

What is a family medicine physician?

Family medicine physicians, are medical doctors who specialize in the total health care of the individual and the family. Family medicine physicians can diagnose and treat a variety of health conditions and diseases for people of all ages and both sexes. They may further specialize in another area of medicine, such as the care of older adults (geriatric medicine) or people who have sports injuries (sports medicine). Family medicine physicians can be board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, which is recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties.