Welcome to the Family Health Care Clinic! We are focused on our goal: to provide quality medical care for you and your family -young and old--in a personal, professional way.

Nineteen exam rooms are staffed by board certified physicians Benjamin Dolezal, MD, Wendy Dinkel, DO and Luke Rosebraugh, MD. Also staffing the rooms are Advanced Practice Practitioners Kelsey Swisher, PA-C, Raegan Chapman, PA-C, and Greg Lindholm, PA-C who provide primary care services. Jade Banning, PA-C, is a member of our team and works alongside Greg Lindholm in our Lifestyle Health Program with medically supervised weight management and chronic disease control.

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Debbie Richter

Chronic Care Management

Meet Deborah Cole Richter, BSN, RN, our Chronic Care Management Nurse. Do you have Medicare or Blue Cross Blue Shield? Do you live with two or more chronic conditions, such as arthritis, diabetes, depression or high blood pressure? If the answer to both questions is "yes", Debbie can help you manage your health as your health coach and advocate, and you can spend more time doing what you love.

If you are a patient of the Family Health Care Clinic and think you could use help from Debbie or, if you have questions, she can be reached at 785-450-5624 or by calling the clinic at 785-227-3371 and asking to speak with Debbie.

You must have a primary care provider at the Family Health Care Clinic.

Your Health Coach & Advocate can assist with:

  • Medication set up
  • Understanding your conditions
  • Managing symptoms at home
  • Finding resources for you


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Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
Closed Saturday & Sunday
Closed for Holidays