Boards/Medical Staff

Jones Regional Medical Center Governing Board

Eric Briesemeister
CEO
Jones Regional Medical Center, Anamosa
Vic Hamre
President/CEO
Citizens Bank, Anamosa
John Harms
Manager
Great Jones County Fair, Monticello
Milton Aunan
CFO
St. Luke's Hospital, Cedar Rapids
Michelle Niermann
Director of Operational Effectiveness
St. Luke's Hospital
Jenny Butler, MD
Emergency Department
Jones Regional Medical Center, Anamosa
Ted Townsend
President/CEO
St. Luke's Hospital, Cedar Rapids
Jay Willems
Attorney
Remley, Willems, McQuillen & Voss, Anamosa
Charlie Becker
Executive Director
Camp Courageous of Iowa, Monticello
Michael Weston, MD
Monticello Family Practice

Medical Staff

Jones Regional Emergency Department

Jenny A. Butler, M.D.

Medical Education
University of Iowa College of Medicine
Internship & Residency
Iowa Lutheran Hospital, Des Moines, Iowa
Board Certified
Family Medicine
Certifications
Advanced trauma life support, basic life support, pediatric advanced life support, advanced cardiac life support, neonatal resuscitation program, and advanced life support in obstetrics
Personal Interests
Running, weight lifting, cooking, reading and fishing

Blaine Houmes, M.D.

Medical Education
University of North Dakota College of Medicine
Internship & Residency
Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Illinois
Board Certified
Emergency Medicine, Forensic Examiners, Medical Examiners
Certifications
Advanced trauma life support, pediatric advanced life support, and advanced cardiac life support.
Personal Interests
Travel, reading, writing, hiking, bicycling

Michael A. Riley, M.D.

Medical Education
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
Internship & Residency
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine

UnityPoint Health Clinics

Kirk W. Kilburg, M.D.

Medical Education
University of Iowa
Internship & Residency
Cedar Rapids Medical Education Program
Board Certified
American Board of Family Practice
Professional Interests
Sports medicine, obstetrics
Personal Interests
Family activities, nature walks, sports, gardening and landscaping,outdoor recreational activities

Lisa A. Schepanski, PA-C

Graduate School
University of Iowa
Credentials
National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistants, Inc.
Professional Interests
Comprehensive family medicine
Personal Interests
Family, music, reading

Charles B. Vernon, M.D.

Medical Education
University of Iowa
Internship & Residency
Cedar Rapids Medical Education Program
Board Certified
American Board of Family Practice
Subspecialty Certification
Certificate of Added Qualifications in Geriatric Medicine
Professional Interests
Geriatric medicine
Personal Interests
Family, skiing, biking

Michael B. Weston, M.D.

Medical Education
University of Utah
Internship & Residency
North Iowa Mercy Health Center
Family Practice Residency Program
Board Certified
American Board of Family Practice
Professional Interests
Cardiovascular health, sports and preventative medicine
Personal Interests
Oil painting, cooking, reading, soccer, mountain biking, backpacking, camping

Angela Schwendinger, M.D.

Medical Education
University of Iowa
Internship & Residency
Northeast Iowa Family Practice Clinic, Waterloo
Board Certified
American Board of Family Practice
Professional Interests
Women's health and preventative medicine
Personal Interests
Shopping, quilting, baking, camping, movies and music

Angela Greif, M.D.

Medical Education
University of Iowa
Internship & Residency
Cedar Rapids Medical Education Program
Board Certified
American Board of Family Practice
Professional Interests
Pediatrics, women's health and preventative medicine
Personal Interests
Outdoor activities and spending time with family

Anamosa Practice Location

1791 Hwy. 64 East
Anamosa, IA 52205
319-462-3571
Monday — Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday
8 a.m. - Noon

Monticello Practice Location

740 East Oak St.
Monticello, IA 52310
319-465-6702
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Sean Williams
Outpatient Services & Procedures
"There's something about that one-on-one here. Even as an outpatient, they make a point to get to know you the minute you walk in the door. It's small enough here that you know them all by name, yet they're all very professional. You can tell they genuinely want to help you. They have really good communication. They make you feel so relaxed and comfortable that you can talk to them about your pain and not be embarrassed. If you can't do that with your caregiver then you're not going to get anywhere."
- Dori Huenefeld, Springville, former physical and occupational therapy patient at Jones Regional recovering from nerve and muscle damage due to a debilitating blood clot and diabetes complications, pictured with her son Jason

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