Fellow of American Board of Family Practice
Dr. Raben was born and raised on a farm just outside of Galatia, IL. He received his BS degree from the University of Illinois, a medical degree from SIU School of Medicine and has completed his residency at SIU Family Practice Residency Program in Belleville. Dr. Raben is certified by the National Board of Medical Examiners and is a Fellow of the ABFP. He is also certified by the American Board of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Dr. Raben and his wife, Nancy, have three sons, Joshua, Jacob, and Jordan. They live in the country outside of Mascoutah.
Diplomat of American Board of Family Practice
Dr. Weis was born and raised in Belleville, IL. She completed her associate degree at Belleville Area College prior to attending Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. She then completed her medical school training at SIU. She finished her medical training with three years at the Family Practice Residency in Belleville where she served as Chief Resident during her last year. Dr. Weis is certified by the NBME and a Diplomat of the ABFP. She lives in Shiloh with her husband, Dr. Reger.
Diplomat of American Board of Family Practice
Dr. Pritchett was born and raised in Mascoutah, IL. He attended college at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale where he earned his BA in Biology in 1993. He completed medical school in 1997 at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield, Illinois. From there, he finished his medical training with SIU Family Medicine Residency at Carbondale Memorial Hospital in 2000. He is certified by the NBME and a Diplomat of the American Board of Family Practice. He also serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor for Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Dr. Pritchett met his wife, Joan, during residency and they reside in Mascoutah with their two sons, Alex and Nickolaus. When he isn’t working or spending time with his family, he enjoys riding motorcycles.
A word from Dr. Pritchett about Rural Family Direct Care
“I am excited to offer Rural Family Direct Care to my patients. I feel this allows us to return to a time when patient care was the focus of family medicine without the burdens of insurance interference. Clear communication is essential and Direct Care allow us to interact in ways that are most convenient for you. I am only a text, call or email away.”
Dr. Jacob Lanter is a native of Freeburg, IL. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences from Southeast Missouri State in Cape Girardeau, MO and obtained a Doctorate of Medicine from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. He is currently completing his residency training at St. Louis University Family Medicine Residency, and will graduate at the end of June 2022. He is certified by the National Board of Medical Examiners and a Diplomat of the American Board of Family Practice. In his free time, he enjoys playing music (bass, guitar, piano, and drums), running, and watching Cardinals and Blues games. He currently resides in St. Louis, MO with his fiancée Lyn. They hope to move back to the Southern Illinois area in the near future.
Morgan was born and raised in New Baden. She attended college at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville where she received her BS in Biology. She received her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale in 2017. Morgan resides in New Baden with her husband Alex, and children, Amelia and Henry. She enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Angela received her Master of Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2005 at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville. She has been practicing with Rural Family Medicine since January 2006. She currently resides in New Baden, IL with her husband, Chris, and two sons, Ben and Jack. Outside of practicing medicine Angie enjoys watching her sons play basketball and baseball, reading, boating, and traveling.
Kayla was born and raised Vienna, IL. She attended McKendree University earning a BS degree in health promotion and wellness while playing softball. She received her BSN Registered Nursing degree from Saint Louis University in 2011. She worked at BJC on the acute care medicine unit for five years. She completed her MSN FNP form Maryville University in 2015. Kayla resides in Mascoutah with her husband, Kyle, and two sons, Kolten and Klay. She enjoys sports, running, the outdoors and making memories with her children.
Amber began her career with Rural Family Medicine as a receptionist and quickly transitioned to the billing department. She became a medical billing specialist certified by the Medical Association of Billers and a certified coder by the American Association of Professional Coders. In 2020, she assumed the role of billing manager. Amber was promoted to Business Manager in 2022. She and her husband, TJ, reside outside of Damiansville. They have 2 children, Reid and Alexis, along with 2 fur babies named Maxwell and Dazy.