This September, Rooks County Health Center (RCH) welcomes Dallas Dooley, APRN to its medical staff. Dooley will join in providing services at RCH’s walk-in clinic, Doctors Without Delay, open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday with no appointment necessary.
“We’re delighted to have Dallas make RCH the home for his full-time practice. His service with RCH the past couple years as a locum will make for a very smooth transition into our community,” stated Frank Rajewski, RCH Interim CEO.
Dooley is no stranger to Rooks County having served as an RCH locum since August 2014. Now, as he becomes a full-time medical provider for RCH, he brings with him over a decade of ER experience.
“I grew up in a very small town, and I truly enjoy being able to provide services in a small community,” said Dooley. “RCH is very progressive providing nearly all medical services to the community. The addition of the MRI center is truly remarkable. There are very few rural hospitals that have these technologies in addition to providing stroke, cardiac care, swing bed services and more. “
Dooley is a Meriden, KS native who received his medical degrees from Washburn University in Topeka. Dooley and his wife, Brenna, have two children, Lennox and Landry. When not in the clinic, Dooley enjoys fishing, golfing, playing guitar, woodworking, watching his kids’ ball games as well as watching KU and all Kansas City sports teams.