Office Hours

Mon-Fri

8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Sat

8:30 am - Noon


Sun

CLOSED


Walk-ins welcome if you need care right away!
Telephone No.(308) 865-2767

Our Patient Care Coordinators

As a Patient-Centered Medical Home, Family Practice Associates employs Patient Care Coordinators to help our patients stay healthy. Patient Care Coordinators help to ensure you are scheduled for important tests and screenings, answer questions about medicines you are taking and relay important information back to your doctor. You may be called by one of our Patient Care Coordinators after your visit or between visits when tests or screenings are due. They are here for you! Family Practice Associates also employs a full-time Diabetes Educator to help our patients with diabetes learn to manage the care, improve A1C readings, meet blood sugar goals and develop individual nutrition and exercise plans.


Meet our Patient Care Coordinators!

Kim MillerKim, RN, graduated from Midlands Community College in North Platte as a Registered Nurse in 1997.  With over 16 years of nursing experience, Kim joined Family Practice Associates in 2013 to serve as a Patient Care Coordinator.  She enjoys helping answer questions that patients have about their health care.  Kim's family includes three kids and six grandkids who keep her on the run!

 

Lois AdamsonLois, LPN, graduated from Midlands Community College as a Licensed Practice Nurse in 1981.  During her 30 years of nursing experience, Lois has worked both in the clinic and in the nursing home settings.  She has a passion for helping patients be well! Lois is proud of her family, which includes two sons and two grandsons. 

 

 

Meet our Diabetes Educator!

Karen, Diabetic EducatorKaren serves as our Diabetes Educator.  Originally from the Minden area, Karen graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Kearney with a Bachelors Degree in Nursing.  She received her certification in Diabetes Education from the American Association of Diabetes Educators in 1995 and began teaching diabetes self-management at that time.  Karen's passion for her job comes from her own experience with diabetes, having been diagnosed as a child.  Her goal is to help people prevent the complications of diabetes and improve their quality of life.  Karen and her husband have two grown sons who have also dedicated their lives to helping others, with one serving in Law Enforcement and one in the Marines.