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Dr. Michelle Prebyl is a graduate of Emporia State University with a bachelor of science in biology and the University of Kansas School of Medicine. She is currently completing her training in Greeley, Colo., with the North Colorado Family Medicine Residency. She is a member of the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians, the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Colorado Medical Association.
She has served as a volunteer with two medical missions in Guatemala and Honduras, with the JayDoc Free Clinic and with KUMC Kids, doing volunteer work with hospitalized children.
Both physicians will begin seeing patients this August, according to Postai, and patients will have the option of staying with Dr. Bean or selecting one of the new physicians as their primary care physician.
"This addition will allow us to assign patients to specific patient care teams which include a physician and a nurse practitioner," Postai said. "In the past, many patients in need of a quick appointment had to see whoever was first available. After this August, patients will see the same physician and/or nurse practitioner who are familiar with their needs on a consistent basis."
Postai said that this will be a major enhancement in CHC/SEK's consistency of care.
"It will be further supported with the addition of additional examination rooms and consultation space this summer in an area formerly housing medical records," she said. "With our conversion to electronic medical records last January we are able to capture additional room for patients. These are exciting times for CHC/SEK and we are grateful to all those who have helped make this growth possible - especially our 16,000 patients who trust us with their health and the well-being of their loved ones."