Jenny Maciaszek, MD

Dr. Maciaszek was born and raised in Russell and spent many summers on her grandparent’s farm in Plainville, KS. She attended the University of Kansas to obtain her undergraduate degrees, and later obtained her Doctorate in Medicine at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. She completed her training at the Alaska Family Medicine Residency in Anchorage, Alaska where she also learned to stay a safe distance from a mama moose! She has returned to her rural Kansas roots to serve the community of Rooks County and beyond. She specializes in chronic disease management, mental health care, acute care, hospital medicine, emergency medicine, and obstetrics. She is currently open to new patients.

She and her husband Nick live with their dog and two cats in Plainville, KS.


Residency: Alaska Family Medicine Residency, 2019
Doctorate of Medicine: University of Kansas School of Medicine, 2016

Master of Public Health: University of Kansas School of Health Sciences, 2014
Undergraduate: University of Kansas, 2005

Staff Status

Niobrara Family Medicine Physician Owner
Active Staff; Rooks County Health 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.