Clara Barton Hospital & Clinics Welcome the Bieberles as Newest Members of their Healthcare Team

November 28th, 2018 

Clara Barton Hospital and Clinics is pleased to announce the addition of both Taylor Bieberle, PA-C and Natalie Bieberle, DPT as the newest members of the Clara Barton healthcare team. Taylor has joined the staff at Clara Barton Medical Clinic as a Physician Assistant and Natalie has joined the Therapy Services staff as their newest Physical Therapist.

The Bieberles both grew up in Claflin, Kansas where they graduated from Claflin High School. Taylor attended the University of Idaho to play tennis. He graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Minor in Business. He then went on to receive his Masters of Physician Assistant Studies from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Boston where he graduated in 2017.

Natalie attended Kansas State University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. She continued her education at the University of Kansas Medical Center where she completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2016.

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“We are thrilled to be on board with the medical team at Clara Barton,” said Natalie. “We are ecstatic to be back home where it all started for us both, surrounded by our family, long-time friends, and lots of friendly, familiar faces.”

The Bieberles both previously worked at Norton County Hospital, but recently moved back to their hometown community of Claflin.

“We are very excited to welcome the Bieberles back home,” said Clara Barton President/CEO, Jim Blackwell. “I think it is spectacular that so many of our local students are pursuing an education in healthcare, and it is incredibly rewarding when those students return home to practice those clinical skills right here in the area they were raised. It really says something about this area, their families and our community.”

In their spare time, the Bieberles enjoy spending time with family, playing with their dog, Briggs, golfing, and watching Chiefs football.

“We are honored to be back home working alongside and learning from an experienced team of medical professionals and being a part of Clara Barton’s progressive culture,” said Taylor. “We love our rural roots and cannot be more excited to serve the surrounding communities that have helped to mold us into the individuals we are today.”

The Bieberles both started at Clara Barton in early November. Taylor is now accepting new patients at Clara Barton Medical Clinic in Hoisington where he will see patients Wednesday through Friday. He also sees patients at Russell Family Medical Care on Mondays. Natalie is now seeing patients at Clara Barton Therapy Services Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

“Both Taylor and Natalie come to us with a remarkable set of skills and experience and have been a wonderful addition to our staff,” said Blackwell. “Their presence here at Clara Barton solidifies the clinical excellence provided by our medical team.”

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