• St. Rose Family Medicine and Urgent Care Clinic

  • St. Rose Family Medicine & Urgent Care Clinic offers the combined services of a traditional family medicine clinic with several providers offering you a choice of appointments with the convenience of walk-in urgent care services for immediate care without an appointment all in one location.

  • St. Rose Family Medicine

  • 3515 Broadway, Suite 103
    Great Bend, KS 67530
    620-792-3345

    Hours of Operation

    Family Medicine Clinic: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to Noon, Friday

    Health Care with You in Mind  UCC Team

    St. Rose Family Medicine provides general medical care for people of all ages. Through every cycle of life, we are here for you. Our dedicated team of healthcare professionals will take the time to listen to you and get to know your family's unique needs. We strive to develop a personal and long-term relationship with everyone we serve.

    Providers

    Stanley Hatesohl, MD
    Dr. Hatesohl joined St. Rose Family Medicine in 2012. He earned his bachelor's degree at the University of Kansas, earned his medical degree from the University Of Kansas School Of Medicine and completed a residency at the Baptist Medical Center Family Practice Program. Dr. Hatesohl is board certified in family practice and provides a full spectrum of care for the whole family. DOT Certified Medical Examiner.

    Wolfgang Miggiani, MD
    Dr. Miggiani joined St. Rose Family Medicine in 2013 and has been associated with St. Rose ASC for over 10 years. He earned his bachelor's degree at the United States Air Force Academy, earned his medical degree from the State University of New York @ Syracuse Medical School and completed a residency at the St. Francis Hospital Family Practice Program in Wichita. Dr. Miggiani is board certified in family practice and provides a full spectrum of care for the whole family.

    Edmond Habash, PA-C
    Edmond Habash received his Physician Assistant degree from Wichita State University, Magna Cum Laude, and his Master's degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He is certified through the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and is licensed and board certified by the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts.

    Charise Oelger, PA-C
    Charise earned her physician assistant degree at Wichita State University and a bachelor's in biology at St. Mary's College in Notre Dame, Ind. Before joining St. Rose Family Medicine in 2008, she spent five years working in family practice and internal medicine at Kansas Medical Clinic in Topeka. DOT Certified Medical Examiner.

    Bill Simon, PA-C
    Bill earned his physician assistant degree at Wichita State University and a bachelor's in biology at Sterling College. Before joining St. Rose Family Medicine in 2014, he spent 18 years working in family practice at Mountain Medical Center in Buena Vista, Colorado. DOT Certified Medical Examiner.

    Healthcare for Your Family

    Your family practitioners can provide:

    • Women's Care - including routine Pap, pelvic and breast exams
    • Newborn and Infant Care
    • General Adult Care
    • Annual physical exams
    • School, employment and DOT physicals
    • Well-child checkups with immunizations/KAN Be Healthy exams
    • Disease prevention
    • Ongoing treatment of chronic problems
  • St. Rose Urgent Care

  • 3515 Broadway, Suite 103
    Great Bend, KS 67530
    620-786-6115

    Hours of Operation

    Daily, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., No appointment necessary.

    Urgent Care with a Focus on You

    Our goal at St. Rose Urgent Care is to provide the best care possible for people of all ages and to deliver immediate care. We are committed to offering you the care you need with the compassion you deserve when you have urgent medical needs.

    When to Use Urgent Care

    Urgent care is for conditions that require attention but do not suggest an immediate threat to your health or life.  Examples include:

    • minor injuries and lacerations
    • eye redness or discomfort
    • minor fractures, sprains and strains
    • urinary symptoms
    • coughs and colds
    • fever, flu, or sore throat
    • skin rashes and infections
    • medical screenings & physicals

    A licensed medical professional may determine that your condition needs emergency evaluation and recommend that you be taken to an emergency room for further treatment.

    When to use an Emergency Room

    Use emergency care for sudden, unexpected medical conditions that, in the reasonable judgment of a sensible person, would endanger a person's life or seriously harm the person's health if not treated quickly by a licensed medical professional.  The following warning signs, provided by the American College of Emergency Physicians, indicate a medical emergency.

    • Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath
    • Chest or upper abdominal pain or pressure
    • Fainting, sudden dizziness, weakness
    • Changes in vision
    • Confusion or changes in mental status
    • Any sudden or server pain
    • Uncontrolled bleeding
    • Severe or persistent vomiting or diarrhea
    • Coughing or vomiting blood
    • Suicidal feelings
    • Difficulty speaking

    Children have unique medical problems and may display different symptoms than adults. Symptoms that are serious for a child may not be as serious for an adult. Children may also be unable to communicate their condition, which means an adult will have to describe the behavior. Always get immediate medical attention if you think your child is having a medical emergency.

    Area Emergency Services are available at these locations or by calling 911:

    Great Bend Regional Hospital, 514 Cleveland, Great Bend, KS
    Clara Barton Hospital, 250 W. 9th, Hoisington, KS
    Ellinwood District Hospital, 605 N. Main, Ellinwood, KS
    Pawnee Valley Community Hospital, 923 Carroll, Larned, KS