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South-Central Kansas Regional Network Site

Students spend their rotations in the South-Central region of the state.

Paul Ullom-Minnich, M.D.
Co-director
200 E. Pack
Moundridge, KS 67107
Phone: 620-345-6322
Fax: 620-345-3038
Paulu@doctorsinfamilycare.com

Paul Ullom-Minnich, M.D., is a board-certified family physician who has practiced rural medicine in Moundridge since 1996. He received his M.D. and MPH from the University of Kansas School of Medicine. He has served for nine years on the local school board and more than 17 years on the McPherson College Board of Trustees.

He joined the Rural Medical Education Site in 2018 after serving as a guest lecturer for the Wichita State Physician Assistant Program for 20 years. He is married and has five daughters.


Marla Ullom-Minnich, M.D.
Co-director
200 E. Pack
Moundridge, KS 67107
Phone: 620-345-6322
Fax: 620-345-3038
mullom-minnich@kumc.edu

Marla Ullom-Minnich, M.D., is a family physician in private practice in Moundridge, where she provides full-spectrum family medicine care to her patients. She also is clinical assistant professor - volunteer in the Department of Family and Community Medicine.

Marla has served as co-director of the South Central Medical Education Network Site in McPherson since 1998 where she is active with working with the pre-med programs as well as with the precepting of medical students and residents. She also serves as medical director for Pine Village nursing home and on the board of the Memorial Home Endowment Foundation.

She received her BA in biology and German from McPherson College, her Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Kansas City, and completed her Family Medicine Residency at St. Joseph's Hospital in Wichita.


Jamie Hicks portraitJamie Hicks, RN, BSN
Coordinator
1000 Hospital Drive
McPherson, KS 67460
Phone: 620-241-8661
Fax: 620-241-8385

Jamie is a life-long McPherson resident.  She is a nurse by trade with an ADN from Hesston College and a BSN from Wichita State.  Her first love in nursing was labor/delivery and postpartum.  But after years of staying at home to raise her three children, she returned to healthcare as a self-proclaimed “paperwork” nurse.  While she doesn’t do direct patient care anymore, she is passionate about healthcare and education. 

“Being able to coordinate student placements here in McPherson and help students discover the unique aspects of rural healthcare is a joy!”

KU School of Medicine

Office of Rural Medical Education
3901 Rainbow Blvd.
Mail Stop 1049
Kansas City, KS 66160 

913-588-8221
Fax: 913-588-5259