Our strength comes from the commitment and genuine care of our healthcare team. Our medical staff provides a broad array of services from comprehensive family health to specialty consultation and care.


Dr Gordon Lang

Dr. Gordon Lang, MD

Dr. Lang is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Medicine. He is trained and experienced in various areas including Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care, and Ambulatory Care.

 
Dr Paulo De Andrade Dr. Paulo De Andrade, MD, FAAFP
Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Kansas School of Medicine

Dr. De Andrade finished his residency in Family Medicine in 2013 at the Wichita Falls Family Medicine Residency Program, an affiliate of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. He is trained and experienced in various areas including Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care, and Ambulatory Care. Dr. De Andrade is an active member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, Kansas Academy of Family Physicians, American Board of Family Medicine, and Kansas Medical Society. Board Certified, he is licensed to practice medicine in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Dr. De Andrade is trilingual, fluent in English, Portuguese, and Spanish. Dr. De Andrade enjoys promoting health, wellness, and quality of life emphasizing the importance of lifestyle changes. Dr. De Andrade serves as Ellis County Deputy District Coroner, Trego County Emergency Medical Services Medical Director, and he holds a Degree of Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians.

Lisa Frost ARNP Lisa J. Frost, APRN-FNP-BC

Lisa Frost is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. She graduated from Fort Hays State University. Lisa is currently working on her DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice) through Kansas University.

David Day PA David B. Day, PA-C

David Day received his PA degree from WSU in 1995 and obtained a Masters in PA studies from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 1999. He received the Kansas PA of the Year Award in 2004 and was recognized as Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of PAs in 2008. David has served as Chair of the Physician Assistant Council for the Kansas Board of Healing Arts and has been a member for over 13 years. David also was a Past President of the Kansas Academy of Physician Assistants.

Alison Starr
 
Alison Starr, PA-C

Alison is a native of Lindsborg, KS, and holds a bachelor degree from Kansas State University in Nutrition. Alison graduated in 2017 from Wichita State University with her Master’s degree in Physician Assistant, (P.A.) Studies. Ms. Starr said her interest in nutrition led her to the Physician Assistant program. “I always knew I wanted to be able to work with patients and have the ability to both diagnose and treat. Being a P.A. allows me to do both.” Starr also said the high cost of medical school prevented her from becoming an M.D., but she loves being a P.A. and feels like the profession suits her well. “Every P.A. I job shadowed during my education made me realize they had exactly the type of relationship with their patients that I wanted.” Starr chose WaKeeney to begin her P.A. career for a couple of reasons. “I always knew I wanted to practice in a rural area. I’ve always been a fan of small towns. My parents are from Hill City and my grandparents have always been there so we came back for visits and I learned to love these places.” She also likes small town life, and her work in WaKeeney, because, “everyone is just so nice. So friendly. They wave when they drive by and I just love that. The people here are really special.”

Amanda Casey Amanda Casey PA-C

Casey graduated in 2017 from Wichita State University with her Master’s degree in Physician Assistant, (P.A.) Studies. Casey is a native of Plainville, and began her college career as a basketball player at Dodge City Community College, and then transferred to Ft. Hays, graduating with a degree in Health Promotion.
Casey says Health Promotion studies can lead to several career paths, one in the personal training field and another in public health promotion. “I’m a big sports and personal fitness fan. I like to stay in shape and the coursework I did pre-PA studies gives me the best of all worlds in terms of serving the public health.” She knew, from her senior year of high school, that she wanted to be a PA. Her interest was confirmed training with other PA’s and job shadowing people in the profession. “They all had the type of relationships with their patients that I wanted to have. It was a perfect fit.”