Our Providers

Meet the Faulkton Area Medical Center Providers

With strong ties to our South Dakota communities, our doctors look to make each patient have a comfortable and informative experience.

Meet the Faulkton Area Medical Center Providers

With strong ties to our South Dakota communities, our doctors look to make each patient have a comfortable and informative experience.

Dr. Anderson is a graduate of Miller High School, Miller, SD. She attended the University of North Dakota, transferred to Southern Nazarene University, and received her bachelor of science in chemistry in 1995. In 2003, she received her doctorate in medicine, summa cum laude, from the University of South Dakota School of Medicine. She completed her internship and residency at UND Family Practice Center in Bismarck, ND. While there she worked with the clinic, hospital, ER, OB, and nursing home patients for the Family Practice Residency Program. Dr. Anderson is a family practice physician. Her major interests and experiences are in women’s health, including colposcopy and colonoscopy, management of chronic diseases, and pediatrics. She began practicing in Faulkton in August 2006.
Dr. Bartholomew is a 1967 graduate of Lemmon High School, Lemmon, SD. He attended the University of Utah in Salt Lake City for both undergraduate and medical school, graduating in 1976. In 1977, he did his post-graduate internship at San Bernadino County Hospital, San Bernadino, CA. The following year he specialized in emergency room medicine at San Bernadino County Hospital. In 1978, Dr. Bartholomew began his career at Faulk County Memorial Hospital/Clinic. He has served as the Medical Director and Primary Supervisor for our physician assistants since 1995. Since moving to Fort Pierre in 1992, he has continued to serve Faulk County on a weekly basis. He is on the staff of both St. Mary’s Hospital and Medical Associates Clinic in Pierre. Dr. Bartholomew is a family/general practitioner.
Jesseca Kast is a graduate of Beresford High School, Beresford, SD. She attended South Dakota State University where she graduated with a bachelor of science in nursing. Following graduation, she worked at Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls, SD, as an RN on the cardiology unit. While working, she went on to obtain a master’s degree in nursing at SDSU, specializing in the family nurse practitioner role. After graduating as a CNP, she began to practice at FAMC in August 2010.
Debra Webb is a Highmore, SD, high school graduate and has lived in the Highmore-Harold area much of her life. She earned her associate’s degree in nursing from USD in 1992 and worked for seven years as an RN at St. Mary’s Hospital in Pierre in the ER, medical-surgical, and pediatrics, and as nursing supervisor and clinical instructor for USD nursing students. While working, she also earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Graceland College in Iowa. She went on to secure her master’s in nursing, specializing as a family nurse practitioner, from SDSU in 2000. Since becoming a Certified Nurse Practitioner, Deb spent four and a half years in Yankton working at the South Dakota Human Services Center and with the Indian Health Service in emergency room care. In 2005, Deb worked in Huron and Chamberlain with family and emergency medicine. She began practicing in Faulkton in September 2006.
Timothy Quinn is a graduate of Timber Lake High School, Timber Lake, SD. He attended SDSU and Black Hills State University where he graduated with degrees in accounting and business administration. He spent nine years as the CFO for the Mobridge Regional Hospital and then served as the administrator of the hospital in Wishek, ND, for a time before returning to school. He spent two years at Bismarck State College in preparation for physician assistant schooling at USD in Vermillion, where he graduated in 2001, specializing in family practice. Since that time Tim has worked at the Hoven Hospital as a Certified Physician’s Assistant. He also has extensive experience as an EMT, surgical tech, and telemetry monitor tech. He serves in the South Dakota Army National Guard as a PA and has served overseas in the Middle East. Tim began practicing in Faulkton in July 2006.
Chris Ogle is a graduate of Woonsocket High School, Woonsocket, SD. After high school, he completed an associate’s degree in telecommunications. Chris then worked a couple of years before returning to Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, SD, where he earned his bachelor’s degrees in biochemistry and biology. He then continued on to Des Moines University in Des Moines, IA, to receive his master’s degree in physician assistant studies. Before pursuing his physician assistant degree, he also spent time as a volunteer EMT for Sanborn County Ambulance Service in Woonsocket, SD.
 

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