Your Patient Centered Medical Home
Welcome to Family Practice Associates!
At Family Practice Associates, your doctor is part of a Patient Centered Medical Home! Our doctors and staff know that building relationships with our patients and working closely with other health care professionals are keys to improving health and treating illness. Our patients are partners in making decisions about the care they receive. Our Patient Care Coordinators ensure that our patients understand their medicines, schedule follow-up appointments and receive the tests and screenings recommended to stay healthy.
For more information about what it means to be a Patient Centered Medical Home, please click HERE. If you have further questions, please be sure to call our office.
We look forward to caring for you!
Introducing our New Diabetes Educator!
Family Practice Associates is excited to introduce Karen Koch to our family! A registered nurse, certified in Diabetes Education, Karen will teach patients diagnosed with diabetes how to manage their disease. Her goal is to help people prevent complications and lead a healthy, active, full life.
Karen's passion for her job comes from her own experience with diabetes, having been diagnosed as a child. Between her experience, education and easy-going personality, patients will find her to be a valuable partner in their journey.
If you wish to make an appointment with Karen, please call our front desk at (308) 865-2767.
While we prefer you first make an appointment, Family Practice Associates understands there are times when you and your family members are sick or injured and need care right away. During those time, you are welcome to walk-in and see us during normal office hours.
Monday through Friday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 8:30 am - noon
(For after-hour emergencies, dial 911. For urgent medical questions, call 308-865-2767).
Get Your Flu Shot!
You may be wondering, "Is it too late for me to get my flu shot?". The answer is "No! Come on in!". Nationwide we are seeing more cases of the flu, so right now it is the perfect time to protect yourself.
The flu, or seasonal influenza, usually occurs from October thru May each year. Symptoms of the flu may include: fever, chills, muscle aches, headache, sore throat or a tired feeling. Those with the flu may also cough, sneeze and have a runny or stuffy nose. Unfortunately, the flu causes many people to be hospitalized each year.
Help keep yourself and your family healthy. Get your flu shot every year. Just give us a call or walk right in!
For more information, please call 308-865-2767.