Dr. Robert E. Wray DO
Hodgeman County Health Center is proud to welcome Dr. Robert E. Wray DO to their hospital, clinic and community. Dr. Wray has a long 34 year history practicing medicine, 26 years of which he had his own medical clinic in Kinsley. Dr. Wray will be with us in town and at the hospital and clinic every Friday until July 22nd, after which he will be with the Health Center starting Monday, July 25th full time. Dr. Wray and his wife Amber are excited to move to our community and currently looking for homes in the county.
Aside from being the owner and physician for the Kinsley Rural Health Clinic for better than a quarter century, Dr. Wray served as the site medical director for Larned Correctional Mental Health Facility for nine years, as the Edwards County Emergency Room Physician for 23 years, and the medical director for the Medicalodge of Kinsley for nearly 30 years. Prior to coming to the Kinsley area, Dr. Wray served at Doctor’s Memorial Hospital for eight years. Following his service in the US Navy as a hospital corpsman, Wray pursued an education and career as a doctor. Dr. Wray is an honorably discharged veteran.
We will keep you updated on the providers joining our staff at HCHC.
Anjali Giri, APRN
The Hodgeman County Health Center and O’SheaMemorial Clinic would like to announce one of their newest members of their staff in Anjali Giri, APRN.
As a nurse practitioner, Anjali has been serving in Hodgeman County since July of this year. Seeing patients through the Clinic is not her only duty as Anjali can also be found making rounds at the Health Center and working in the emergency room. Originally from Nepal, Anjali came to Hodgeman County via the Wichita area. She received her nurs ing degree in Arizona and completed her studies in Nurse Practitioner at St. Louis. Anjali has served at Via Christi in Wichita, Mt. Sinai Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan, NY, and Irving, Texas prior to coming to Hodgeman County. She commuted between Wichita and Irving as a traveling APRN before coming here.
Anjali’s husband, Rajesh Giri, is an engineer based out of Wichita. The couple have no children at this time. Family practice is her field of choice and appointments can be scheduled through the O’Shea Clinic by calling 357-8354.
Ms. Harding is an Assistant Professor in the nursing department at Fort Hays State University. She began teaching at FHSU in 2012. Ms. Harding received her Master of Science degree in 1997 from the University of Kansas.
She currently practices at O’Shea Memorial Clinic in Jetmore Kansas.
For an appointment, please call the O’Shea Memorial Clinic at 620-357-8354.
James Michael Clements
James Michael ‘Mike’ Clements received his master’s in family nurse practice in 2015 from Walden University in Minneapolis, MN. He is board-certified as a family nurse practitioner through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Mike previously worked as a provider in the St. Catherine Hospital emergency room in Garden City, KS; he has a strong background in emergency medicine as a provider, with nearly a decade as a flight nurse and chief flight nurse. Mike is available by appointment four days a week at O’Shea Memorial Clinic and is excited to serve the community.
For an appointment, please call the O’Shea Memorial Clinic in Jetmore Kansas at 620-357-8354.