Care for your Family at PrairieStar.
At PrairieStar we serve families of any income level or insurance status. Whether you have a chronic disease to manage, a minor illness, or require guidance for a sports injury, PrairieStar providers are qualified and caring, and your family is in good hands at PrairieStar.
Our Family Medicine Providers
What services are provided in Family Medicine?
Chronic Disease Management
Our providers can diagnose, treat and manage chronic diseases. Effective chronic disease management is accomplished by regularly consulting with a medical team that has the ability to test and treat. Please contact us for more information about these services.
PrairieStar is fortunate to have Dr. DeAnna Marshall, serving as a Diabetic Counselor, working along with practitioners to help our patients who have diabetes. Dr. Marshall understands the disease and can help patients learn how it relates to physical activity and diet, and answer questions and concerns.
Our family physicians and providers are focused on prevention as well as caring for chronic health issues. We pride ourselves on taking expert care of our patients. PrairieStar’s highly-skilled professional physicians will always listen and respond to our patient’s needs.
Minor Illness Care
Feeling under the weather? Make a regular “next-available” appointment with your primary care provider. If you need same-day care, consider our Walk-In Clinic. Illnesses can spring up any time of the year. Our medical laboratory and imaging department will help our providers diagnose your problem, so you can get back to a healthier you.
Our specialization in sports medicine allows us to diagnose and treat a wide variety of aches and pains including but not limited to fracture care, concussions, and arthritis pain. Additionally, our sports medicine team can provide additional procedures for when conservative management does not suffice. From joint injections to nerve blocks, these special procedures can provide significant pain relief. Your family physician would be happy to discuss this further and can refer you to our team to assist in your musculoskeletal needs.
Physical examinations are an important part of preventive health care and should be scheduled every six months to a year. Physicals are comprehensive medical examinations and include a review of your medical history. Comprehensive medical exams are benchmarks to help prevent future problems and assist you in taking an active role in your health care.
During this visit, you are encouraged to ask your provider about health concerns you have. You will receive valuable information to assist you in decision-making. Sports physicals, elective physicals, work physicals – any physicals are always provided by appointment.
Telehealth can provide a connection between you and your provider through Zoom (a video communications software) so your healthcare can be delivered to you in the comfort of your home.
Anyone and Everyone are welcome to use Telehealth.
You will still Call PrairieStar at (620.663.8484) and make your appointment for: Medical • Pediatrics • Walk-in Care • Behavioral Health
You will still Call PrairieStar at (620.802.0090) and make your appointment for Dental
You will still Call PrairieStar at (620.802.0051) and make your appointment for Vision
On the day of your appointment, a staff member will call a few minutes before your scheduled time and talk you through the steps to connect you with your provider.
Hours: 8 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday.
If medical assistance is needed after hours, patients should call the office number (620.663.8484) and an operator will connect them with our on-call provider.