Diplomat of American Board of Family Practice
I was born and raised in Mascoutah, IL. After graduating from Mascoutah High School, my B.A. in biology was earned at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale in 1993. In 1997 I completed medical school at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield, Illinois. From there, I finished my medical training with SIU Family Medicine Residency at Carbondale Memorial Hospital in 2000. I maintain board certification with the NBME and am a Diplomat of the American Board of Family Practice.
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.
On a personal note…
I met my wife, Joan, during residency and we reside in Mascoutah with our two sons, Alex and Nickolaus. When I’m not working or spending time with my family, I enjoy riding motorcycles.
Stephanie works alongside Dr. Steven Pritchett and has practiced as a nurse since 2005. With a strong set of communication skills and medical knowledge, she is dedicated to providing the highest quality of nursing care for our patients. She chose the nursing profession for the challenges of medical work and out of a love for helping people. Stephanie and her husband, Dan, have 2 children, Brandon and Morgan. She enjoys reading, camping, and watching her kids play sports.
Membership Coordinator, Rural Family Direct Care
Erica received her bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Management from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, and her Master’s in Business Administration degree from McKendree University. Erica resides on a grain farm with her husband, Jeff, just north of Beckemeyer, IL. She enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and dogs.