FCH Medical Staff
Alanna Beckman, M.D. is a family practice physician with special interests in obstetrics and gynecology who joined the medical staff at Fillmore County Medical Center in the fall of 2014. Dr. Beckman comes to Geneva from Creighton University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. She completed her medicinal training by attending the American University of the Caribbean in Cupecoy, Netherlands and received her Doctor of Medicine degree from St. Matthews University School of Medicine in Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands. After a few years of residency practicing in the Lincoln Family Medical Program, Dr. Beckman was eager to settle back into a rural Nebraska community just like she grew up in.”
Russell Coash, PA-C, joined the medical staff in May of 2011. Russ is no stranger to the area having spent much of his childhood in Hebron and Deshler. In 2000 Mr. Coash graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center PA program. Before becoming part of the Fillmore County Medical Center he practiced in family and emergency medicine in rural settings. Mr. Coash has experience in and provides a full range of medical cares to all ages. However he does have special interest in the treatment of people with asthma, diabetes and chronic pain. Additionally, Russ has experience and training in emergency medicine that includes certification in Advanced Trauma Life Support.
Mr. Coash has served on the Board of Directors of the Nebraska Academy of Physician Assistants and has been the editor of the organization's newsletter for several years. Russ is currently one of three delegates elected to represent Nebraska in the House of Delegates of American Academy of Physician Assistants.
Russ and his wife Christine live with their school aged son Zachary in Geneva. Christine has been involved in the "Teammates" program and is a volunteer coach for the Fillmore Central trapshooting team.
Michelle Dorsey, PA-C, MS was born in Gordon, NE. She attended Nebraska Wesleyan University and graduated with a B.S. in Biology. Upon graduating, Michelle moved to Dunedin, New Zealand to research ovarian follicle development. From there she went to Bloemfontein, South Africa where she worked in an infertility clinic. She moved to Philadelphia, PA in 2007 to attend Philadelphia University and obtained a M.S. in Physician Assistant Studies. She continued to live in Pennsylvania practicing family medicine for the last three and a half years.
Michelle is pleased to be returning to Nebraska and joining the Fillmore County Medical Center staff. She is excited to be a member of the Fillmore County community. Her and her husband, Aaron, have two boys named Oliver and Elliot and a daughter named Avienne.
Marirose Fox, PA-C, MPAS, was born and raised in Omaha. She graduated from Paul VI High School. In 1988, she graduated from UNMC with a BS in Physician Assistant Studies. In 1997, she received her Masters of Physician Assistant Studies from UNMC. Marirose is a member of the Nebraska Academy of Physician Assistants and is certified in ATLS, ACLS, PALS & BLS.
In September 1988, Marirose and her family moved to Geneva when she began her employment with Dr. Charles F. Ashby. She joined the Fillmore County Medical Center on its inception November 1, 2004. Marirose has 2 sons, Brian & Jason, and one step son, Robert. She has 4 grandchildren with 2 additional grandchildren expected to be born in 2005. Marirose's special interests include Diabetes Mellitus Education and Womens Health issues.
Dr. Jeff Hollis was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. After completing his residency in Lincoln, he began practicing in Geneva in 1984.
Dr. Hollis joined the Fillmore County Medical Center, P.C., upon its inception November 1, 2004.
He and his wife, Ellen, have three children, Grant, Karen and Luke.
Dani Jaeger was born and raised in Western, NE. She grew up attending Western Public School and Tri County High School, and working in her parents' grocery store. She attended the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and graduated in 2010 with a degree in Nutrition Science and a minor in Biochemistry. She earned her Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in December 2013 from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha with the hopes of moving close to home and working in rural family practice.
After completing a clerkship at Fillmore County Medical Center in the summer of 2013, she knew that FCH would be a great fit for her, her husband, and the child they are expecting this May. She is looking forward to becoming part of the FCH team and raising a family in small town Nebraska, as she was raised.
Keri Miller, PA-C, a graduate from North Ben Central High School in 1994, and then went to the undergraduate program at UNO and graduated in 1998. She was accepted into the PA program in 1998 at UNMC and graduated in 2000.
Keri has been in multiple areas of medicine over the last 12 years. She has worked in family medicine, cardiology, urgent care, occupational medicine, and emergency medicine and is certified in BLS, ACLS, and Neonatal resuscitation.
Josh Reiners, PA-C joined Fillmore County Orthopaedics in July 2013. He practices in the clinical and surgical settings. He is a native of Juniata, Nebraska where his family has farmed for over 100 years. Josh is a graduate of Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, VA where he received his master's degree in Physician Assistant Studies. Josh completed his undergraduate training both at UNL and Old Dominion University. Josh is Board Certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. He is a member of the American Association of Physician Assistants, Physician Assistants in Orthopaedic Surgery and the Nebraska Academy of Physician Assistants. Josh specializes in non-operative management of back and neck pain. Josh and his wife, Dr. Beth Reiners, a Christian Clinical Psychologist, have three children: Caleb - 4, Kaitlyn - 2 and Sydney - 8 months. He is an avid outdoorsman enjoying cycling, hunting, fishing, hiking and running. Josh works actively with his church and Men's Ministry along with the Nebraska Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Dr. Travis Stoner joined Fillmore County Orthopaedics in July 2013. His practice includes diagnostic orthopedic evaluations and advanced surgical expertise in knee and hip replacement. He also performs knee arthroscopy, fracture care, carpal tunnel release, sports injury management, as well as diagnosis and non-operative management of neck and back pain. He is a native of Nebraska City, Nebraska. Dr. Stoner is a graduate of Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his Orthopaedic surgery residency in Canton, Ohio. Dr. Stoner then went on to complete an Adult Reconstruction Fellowship in hip and knee replacement at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Stoner previously practiced in Hastings, NE. Dr. Stoner and his wife, Mary, have four boys, Jacob, Benjamin, Daniel and Joseph, ages 5 to 11. He is an avid hunter and motorcycle enthusiast. When not working, Dr. Stoner enjoys spending time with his wife and boys. They enjoy camping, fishing, archery, playing sports, and church activities.
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