2600 Ottawa Road | PO Box 360 | Neodesha, KS 66757 | 620-325-2611
Cherryvale Family Medicine203 W. Main Street| Cherryvale, KS 67335 |(620) 336-2131
Dr. Joe Meier, M.D., joined Neodesha Family Medicine (NFM) as a Board Certified Family Physician with a satellite office location at Cherryvale Family Medicine (CFM) in September, 2019. His hours with the CFM Clinic are Monday and Wednesday: 8:30 am-4:30 pm. His hours with the NFM Clinic are Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 8:00 am-5:00 pm.
Dr. Joseph Meier, M.D.,, a native of Larned, KS, has worked and volunteered at all levels of local Emergency Services. He moved to Southeast, KS and became a paramedic in Coffeyville by the age of 21. He loved observing the physicians comfort and serve patients in the ER and admired the way the providers gave their all to their community. He continued to work as a firefighter and paramedic for nearly 14 years before going back to school, as well as serving in the US Navy Reserve. While in medical school, he found that he loved Family Medicine and felt it was a perfect fit for him. Dr. Meier shares that "The spectrum of medicine that is covered in Family Medicine is intense and challenging; it fits my personality."
Hali Schultheiss, APRN-C, joined the Cherryvale Family Medicine clinic and began seeing patients at the clinic on March 18, 2019.
Hali Schultheiss, APRN-C, a native of the Cherryvale/Independence area, has joined us as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She grew up in the family owned restaurant, Down Home in Independence, which sparked a love of caring for others. This passion for people led her to pursue a career in medicine, and she is looking forward to building her practice and caring for patients in our community. She is a 2018 graduate of Bradley University in Peoria, IL and is especially interested in family medicine, obstetrics, women's health, adolescent health, pediatrics, and reproductive health. Hali is a married mother of 4 - ages 2 to 13 - and a lifelong resident of Independence.
HistoryThe Cherryvale clinic first opened its doors at 216 East Fourth Street, with Dr. Charles L. Empson, as the owner and operator.
In 1992, Dr. Empson sold the practice to Mercy Hospital in Independence, Kansas. In February of that year it became a rural health clinic, and Sharon Shoop was hired as the office manager.
In 2008, the clinic moved to Main Street in Cherryvale, where it is currently located at 203 W. Main. On December 31, 2015, Mercy Hospital relinquished ownership and contents to Wilson Medical Center, which now owns and operates Cherryvale Family Medicine.