Scott Owings, M.D. Caren Bachman Rob Freelove, M.D.
Director Residency Coordinator Smoky Hill Residency Program Director
651 E. Prescott 651 E. Prescott 651 E. Prescott
Salina, KS 67401 Salina, KS 67401 Salina, KS 67401
Phone: 785-825-7251 x245 Phone: 785-825-7251 x235 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax: 785-825-1605 Fax: 785-825-1605
Family medicine, surgery, ambulatory care, geriatrics, pediatrics, OB/GYN, health of the public, research electives
Salina was founded in 1858 under the motto, "Religion first, education second and business third." Salina has more than 46,000 citizens, and Saline County has about 54,000. Salina has one hospital, 22 medical clinics, 12 private practice offices, 11 chiropractic clinics, one residency program and Salina Family Healthcare for the indigent population. There are approximately 150 doctors, surgeons and dentists. The City Library has approximately 220,000 items for circulation. There are 26 parks, five museums and galleries and more than 200 civic clubs. At least 68 churches represent nearly every denomination. There are eight elementary schools, two middle schools, two senior high schools, and an alternative school for middle and high school students, six private schools with two providing high school, middle school and elementary education. Salina has approximately 30 hotels/motels and 80 restaurants.
An apartment is available a half-mile from the Smoky Hill Family Medicine Residency Program and Salina Regional Health Care Center.
The medical library, located at the residency, offers current medical books, internet availability and current journals online.
Resources include residency, program director, secretarial and community medical support.
Smoky Hill faculty