Jennifer graduated from Kansas State University in 2003 and received her Masters of Physician Assistant studies in 2006. She has been practicing in rural Kansas since graduation where she enjoys the complexity and independence rural medicine provides. She has years of experience with all ages of patients from children to elderly. She manages a primary care practice as well as having experience in inpatient and emergency room medicine. However she is best known for her big heart and caring personality. Her patients rely on her for not only medical advice but also for advocacy, a caring ear to listen to their concerns, and the personal touch she brings to her practice.
Jennifer, and her husband Chad, make their home on a small farm with their two children, Griffin and Adelyn.
Jennifer loves her farm with chickens, goats, donkeys, and cows. She enjoys gardening, canning, traveling with her family, and stretching her creative side through reading, writing, sketching, and learning to play the guitar.
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