Exceptional Doctors, Nurses & Care Providers
Dr. Donald Ransom, DO
Dr. Ransom has been performing surgeries at Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital for over 25 years. During that time, he has performed many lifesaving surgeries, allowing patients to regain a quality of life that would not have been possible otherwise.
Dr. Ransom was born in Wichita Falls, TX and raised in Ann Arbor, MI. He attended Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree cum laude. He continued his education at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in East Lansing, MI, where he graduated as a DO. He then completed his residency at Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital in Pontiac, MI before making his home in Medicine Lodge, KS.
Dr. Ransom is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, American College of Osteopathic Surgeons, Kansas Association of Osteopathic Medicine and Kansas Medical Society. He and his wife, Barbara, have a son, Kristopher, of St. Paul, MN and a daughter, Lauren, of Wichita, KS.
Andrew Posey, DO
Dr. Posey, originally from Texas, currently resides in Wichita, KS. He grew up in a small town near Houston, TX, where he played basketball for a few years in high school. He studied nutrition at the University of Texas A&M, then he attended medical school at the University of North Texas. From there, he completed his family medicine residency at Via Christi in Wichita, KS in 2014. After completing his residency, Dr. Posey worked at Grace Med and Via Christi Specialty Clinics prior to starting his practice at MLMH in 2017.
Dr. Posey specializes in family medicine and is board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
He is thankful for the work and peace of Jesus Christ in his heart. Dr. Posey also has served at a rural hospital in Africa for five months. He is married to Lindsay Posey and they have a dog named Toots.
Justin Morgan, DO
Originally from Wichita, Dr. Morgan went to Oklahoma State for medical school and then returned in 2011 to Wichita to begin his family medicine residency at KU-Via Christi. He completed his residency in June 2014 and started his career at Grace Med in Wichita prior to starting his practice at Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital in January 2017. His favorite area of medicine is the emergency department, but he chose family medicine because he enjoys relationships and continuity of care even more.
Dr. Morgan is a member of the American Medical Association and is board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
Outside of medicine, he enjoys anything outdoors and spending time with his wife and three daughters. Dr. Morgan is very thankful for the opportunity to serve patients at Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital. He states the staff at MLMH feel like family already.
Leigh Schreiner, PA-C
Leigh has been seeing patients at MLMH, which includes the clinic, the hospital and the ER, where she has been providing care to her patients and the surrounding area for 11 years.
Leigh was born in Attica, KS and raised in Anthony, KS. She attended Kansas State University, where she met her husband, Aaron, and received her Bachelor of Science degree. She worked as an athletic trainer for one year at Douglas High School before she was accepted into physician assistant school. Leigh attended Wichita State University in 2002 and graduated in 2005 with her Bachelor of Science physician assistant degree cum laude. After graduating from Wichita State University in 2005, Leigh began practicing at Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital & Physicians Clinic. In her free time, she enjoys golfing, gardening and spending time with her husband and their two kids, Jack and Abby.
Leigh is a member of the Kansas Academy of Physician Assistants and American Academy of Physician Assistants.
C. Patrick Martin, APRN, FNP-C
Patrick is a nurse practitioner with over three years of service in Medicine Lodge. His previous experience includes cardiac ICU, ER, orthopedics and pediatrics. He provides yearly physicals, DOT physicals and well-child visits. He also sees patients for acute illnesses and covers the emergency room.
Patrick was born at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland and spent the majority of his life in Blacksburg, VA, home to his beloved Virginia Tech Hokies. He attended Appalachian Bible College in Beckley, WV, where he earned a BA in theology with an emphasis in family counseling and met his future wife, Audrey, a native Kansan. Relocating to Kansas, Patrick earned his Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Newman University, with honors. He then competed his master’s degree as a family nurse practitioner from Wichita State University. One of his rotations brought him to Medicine Lodge and after graduation, he returned to Medicine Lodge to start practice.
Patrick is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. He and his wife have three children, Harper, Jonah and Levi.
He explains his philosophy of practice like this: "One of the challenges in my job is remembering that although I might see 20 or more people in a day, each patient only has one doctor’s appointment. I try to give each patient the time they need and the opportunity to have questions answered and make sure they understand our plan of care. I believe my job is a ministry to the community of Medicine Lodge and try to treat my patients accordingly." When not at work, Patrick loves to spend time with his family, and he can occasionally be found in a tree stand in the fall.
Patty McNamar, DNP, APRN, NP-C
Patty has been an RN since 1976 and a nurse practitioner since 2005. After obtaining her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from the then West Chester State College, she pursued her master's degree in nursing and nurse practitioner program from St. Louis University and finished her doctorate in nursing practice, also from St Louis University. Patty is certified in adult and family practice and maintains her EMT license.
Starting her career in a large metro hospital in Washington, DC, Patty has worked in a variety of settings. These settings include home health in West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Kansas and hospital nursing in Harper and Kiowa, KS. She was a clinical instructor at Northwestern Oklahoma State University and continues to volunteer on the Barber County Ambulance.
As a nurse practitioner, Patty provides evidence-based primary care in ambulatory, acute and long-term care settings. She diagnoses and manages acute, episodic and chronic illnesses with an emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention to individuals, families and groups. Patty is well-versed in all aspects of rural healthcare and the need for improved healthcare delivery to this population. She has numerous professional affiliations and is an active member of the state Maternal Child Health Committee.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Patty has made her home in Barber County, KS since 1984. She is married to Jerry and has two adult sons, Matthew of Medicine Lodge and Kenneth of Kiowa.
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