Meet our Team
A MESSAGE FROM OUR PROVIDERS:
When it comes to your health and your family, we know you want thoughtful and quality care close to home. Our entire team is committed to delivering high-quality care in an environment of compassion, courtesy, and respect.
Eric Easey, MD
Dr. Easey joined the Ness City Medical team in September 2020. Dr. Easey graduated from the University of Kansas School of Medicine in 2017. He completed his residency at Seneca Lakes Family Medicine Residency Program in Seneca, South Carolina in 2020. He obtained is MBA in Healthcare Administration and Finance in 2005. He received his BS of Interdisciplinary Health Services in 2002. He is a Captain in the Air National Guard.
Dr. Easey's hobbies include repairing violins, violas, cellos, and upright basses. He enjoys hiking, camping, and canoeing.
Sarah "Sally" Kreger, APRN
Sally is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner that joined the clinic team part-time in 2016 and then came on board full-time in 2016. Sally brings years of healthcare experience with her. Sally has worked as a Registered Nurse and a Director of Nursing before becoming an Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Sally completed her undergraduate education at Dodge City Community College and her nurse practitioner studies at KU School of Nursing.
Sally’s hobbies include quilting, working cattle, and fixing fence.
William "Bill" McDonald, APRN-BC
Bill is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner that is ANCC board certified in pediatric care. He joined the Ness City Medical team in 2010 bringing 26 years of experience to our clinic and patients.
Bill completed his undergraduate education at Fort Hays State University and his nurse practitioner studies at the University of Kansas with additional graduate studies at Wichita State University & the University of Minnesota.
Bill’s hobbies include camping, boating and spending time with his family and friends.
Charles Hardison, MD
Dr. Charles Hardison graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University in 1983 with a biology major and went on to Loma Linda University Grad school and then the School of Medicine. He spent 3 years in a family medicine residency that ran the whole Monterey County Hospital. There he practiced full scope family medicine with obstetrics until he moved to Kyrgyzstan. He returned to California in 2010. In 2015 he moved to Northern Iraq to work with refugees. He moved back to San Diego in 2017 to work at the Wellness Center in Point Loma Nazarene University.
Since 2011, Dr. Hardison has been delivering emergency department (ED), inpatient, and clinic services to rural hospitals across Southwest Kansas in partnership with Docs Who Care.