Dr. Ken Baxa,- RheumatologistPSN IS proud to announce that Ken Baxa, D.O., will be providing Rheumatology at 4 Hospital locations
in Kansas: Clara Barton Hospital and Clinics in Hoisington, Republic County Hospital in Belleville,
Ellsworth County Medical Center in Ellsworth and St. Luke Hospital and Living Center in Marion.

“I’ve been very happy with PSN. They’ve been supportive throughout my training and allow me to practice
rheumatology that focuses more on patient care”.

A Kansas native, Baxa grew up in Salina and attended undergraduate school at Fort Hays State University
and then Kansas Wesleyan. After obtaining his undergrad, he attended medical school at the University
of Pikeville Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine. He then completed his Internal Medicine,
Neuromuscular Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulation Residency, serving as Chief Resident, at
Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, Missouri and recently completed his fellowship in
Rheumatology at Bayonet Point Regional Medical Center in Hudson, Florida. Upon completion of his
fellowship, Dr. Baxa and his family wanted to return to Kansas to give back to the communities that
helped raise him.

Baxa is passionate about helping his patients achieve a better state of health, utilizing a multi-faceted
approach to treating disorders including OMM (Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine).

“I have a unique and humbling opportunity to treat health and well-being and I couldn’t be happier to do
so “said Baxa. “Central Kansas is not only a great place to practice medicine, it is also the perfect place
to raise my family.”

Outside of work, Dr. Baxa enjoys spending time outdoors and spending time with his wife of ten years
and their three children.

“Ken comes to us with a remarkable set us skills and experience and will be a wonderful addition to our
medical staff,” said Jim Blackwell, Clara Barton Hospital President/CEO. “We are extremely excited to
bring this much-needed service to our community, giving our patients access to the care they need close
to home.”