Wesley Family Medicine treats patients throughout the lifespan offering preventive, acute and chronic disease care. We treat all ages of patients: newborns, children, adults and seniors. We treat them when they are healthy and need a sports physical or well woman exam as well as when they are ill or to manage chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma.

  • Preventive health care and immunizations for children and adults
  • Visits for acute injuries and illnesses
  • Management and education for chronic diseases
  • Women’s care, including pregnancy care
  • Behavioral health counseling for children, adolescents and adults
  • Care and casting of minor fractures
  • Minor surgical procedures
  • Osteopathic manipulation
  • Laboratory and X-ray tests
  • Spirometry and lung function tests

Office hours

Monday through Friday
8:20am to 4:00pm (closed 12:00pm -1:00pm)
Saturday and Sunday Closed

Appointments are available between 8:40am and 4:00pm If you have an urgent need after hours, please call (316) 962‑3070. The operator will take your name and telephone number and contact the doctor on call.

If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to an Emergency Room.


Below are a few of the procedures we commonly perform. Talk to your provider about specific questions.

  • Neonatal circumcision
  • Skin tag removal
  • Punch biopsy
  • Shave biopsy
  • Full thickness skin excision
  • IUD placement and removal
  • Nexplanon placement and removal
  • Endometrial biopsy
  • Joint injection and aspiration
  • LEEP
  • Casting and Splinting
  • Laceration repair
  • Nasopharyngoscopy
  • Osteopathic manipulation treatment
  • Incision and drainage of abscess
  • Toenail removal

Your health care partner

As your healthcare partner, we hope our patients will take an active role in our relationship. We hope our patients will:

  • Ask questions, share your feelings and take an active part in your care.
  • Be honest about your history, symptoms and other important information, including any changes in your health and well-being.
  • Take all your medicine as directed.
  • Inform us whenever there is a problem with the medication you are taking.
  • Make healthy decisions about your daily habits and lifestyle.
  • Keep your scheduled appointments or reschedule 24 hours in advance whenever possible.
  • Call our office first with your health concerns, unless it is an emergency.
  • Be sure you leave our office with a clear understanding of our expectations, treatment goals and future plans.


Appointments are available between 8:20am and 4:00pm. If you have an urgent need after hours, please call (316) 962‑3070.

Interpreters can be scheduled in advance for patients who do not speak English or are hearing impaired.

Your first visit

Once you have scheduled your appointment, we look forward to seeing you in our office. To help you prepare, please bring the following:

  • Photo identification, insurance card and payment
  • Any prescribed medication, in original containers (include over-the-counter, herbal therapies and vitamins), or a detailed list
  • Any records or logs of self-care health management (for example, blood pressure or blood sugar management)
  • List of your health questions
  • List of other providers you have visited (include their names, addresses, phone numbers and reason you visited them)
  • Any forms for the doctor to fill out

3rd Year Residents

  • Eastin Casey, MD
  • Whitney Williams, DO
  • Erica Stewart, MD
  • Micca Schneider, MD
  • Haley Lowell, MD
  • Kelsey Lee, MD
  • Sarah Fatool, MD
  • Jaimie Fager, MD
  • Anna Cleland-Leighton, MD

2nd Year Residents

  • Andrew Kettner, MD
  • Marianne Kunsch, MD
  • Mariah Miller, MD
  • Anh Nguyen, MD
  • Nathan Pfeifer, MD
  • Sammy Raad, DO
  • Amanda Raney, MD
  • Joseph Saffold, MD
  • Rachel Tanas, DO

1st Year Residents

  • Robin Coffey, MD
  • Chanel Doyle, MD
  • Olivia Gehring, MD
  • Lauren Haag, MD
  • Blessing Inyang, MD
  • Emma Kester, MD
  • Peter Meier, MD
  • Edward Nola, MD
  • Jessica Stephens, MD