St. Rose Family Medicine and Urgent Care Clinic
St. Joseph Family Medicine and St. Rose Urgent Care have merged to create St. Rose Family Medicine & Urgent Care Clinic. Both are now in one location, making healthcare more convenient for you.
St. Rose Family Medicine & Urgent Care Clinic has several providers, so you can get appointments sooner, including after hours.
Hours and Location
The family medicine clinic is open from 8:30 a.m.to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Urgent care is open daily, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
St. Rose Family Medicine & Urgent Care Clinic
3515 Broadway, Suite 103
Great Bend, KS 67530
Healthcare With You in Mind
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.
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.
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.
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.
Healthcare for Your Family
Your family practitioners can provide:
- Women’s Care – including routine Pap, pelvic & breast exams
- Geriatric Care
- Newborn & 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
Urgent Care with a Focus on You
Our goal at St. Rose is to provide you with the best care possible and to deliver that care in a timely manner. We are committed to offering you the care you need with the compassion you deserve when you have urgent medical needs.
Following your visit, you may be contacted to complete a phone survey. Your feedback allows us the opportunity to maintain a high level of patient satisfaction.
You’re in Good Hands
We know how stressful an unexpected injury or illness can be. St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center offers care and compassion when you have urgent medical needs. This overview will help you understand how the comprehensive center works and what you can expect during your visit.
Triage and Assessment
Upon arrival, you will check in at the receptionist desk. Our staff will be notified you are here. A staff member will take you to a triage room where a nurse will assess your condition and register you.
Patients experiencing life-threatening conditions such as chest pain will be quickly directed to the nearest emergency room for immediate care. If your condition is not life-threatening, you may be escorted to the waiting room if a treatment area is not available.
In an effort to provide the best care possible, patients are seen based on the seriousness of their problem. Those with the most serious conditions are seen first. Our goal is to see everyone in a timely manner, but you may experience some wait time depending on your medical condition.
In the treatment area, a nurse will ask for information about your health concern and your medical history. After this assessment, a specially trained Urgent Care Provider will see you.
The Urgent Care Provider is in charge of your care. After examining you, the doctor may order lab tests or X-rays. Results of lab tests are usually back within an hour. X-ray results vary depending on the test.
Once the Urgent Care Provider has the results, he or she will determine if you can go home or if you need to be admitted into a hospital. If you need to be admitted, your family doctor will be contacted. If you do not have a doctor, the emergency room will assign one to handle your care while you are in the hospital.
If you need to be admitted overnight, you will be transferred to a hospital. If this happens, you will be transported by ground ambulance or airlifted, if necessary, to that hospital. The physician will coordinate the transfer to be sure you receive appropriate care.
If you are able to go home, you may be asked to follow up with your doctor. When you arrive home, you should call your doctor and schedule the appointment. If you do not have a doctor, you will be given a list of physicians you can call for an appointment.