Our Staff

Kari Galyen, MD

Dr. Kari Galyen is originally from Pierce, NE. She went to the University of Nebraska Medical Center where she received her medical doctor (MD) degree. She then completed a dual internal medicine/Family Practice residency in Omaha and Kearney, NE. She is married to Dr. Jim Galyen and has 4 children, Ainsley, Brody, Blake, and Luke. She enjoys cooking and spending time outside with the family.

Angie (Feyerherm) Pruden, MD

Dr. Angie (Feyerherm) Pruden is a 1995 graduate of Norfolk High School. She attended Wayne State College, and she earned her Medical Degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) in 2002. She completed a rural Family Medicine residency program through UNMC in North Platte, Nebraska. She has provided the full scope of rural family medical care for the past ten years in Broken Bow, Nebraska. She cherishes family time, especially with her daughters Quinn and Harper. She also enjoys reading, antiques, and horses. She is excited to return to her hometown!

Jeana Ahlers, PA-C, AT

Jeana has earned a degree in Athletic Training at the Dakota Wesleyan University in 2005 and a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2007. Jeana's interest include: male and female wellness, preventative medicine, sports medicine, procedures, and skin care regimens. Jeana is married and has 3 children, Ruby, Gus, and Junie. Outside of practicing medicine, she enjoys volleyball, camping, and water recreations with her family.

Mary Voight, PA-C

Mary received her Masters Degree in Physician Assistant studies at the Medical College of Georgia in 2011 and is nationally board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physicians Assistants. (NCCPA). She moved to Norfolk in 2014 and enjoys living in the Midwest. Mary special interest are preventative and acute care medicine, as well as, cosmetic procedures. Aside from practicing medicine, she enjoys snowboarding and traveling with her husband, Derek, and their little dog, Buddy.

Jake Runyan, PA-C

Jake Runyan, a native of Ainsworth, NE, received his bachelor’s degree in Human Biology from Chadron State College in 2010. He then went on to earn his Masters of Physician Assistant studies from Idaho State University in 2013. He is married to Riley and they have one dog, Koby. Jake’s special interests are preventative care, sports medicine, and procedures. In his spare time he enjoys bow hunting, camping, and spending time with family.

Lindsey Schutte, PA-C

Lindsey Schutte is a West Point native who received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Wayne State College in 2015. She then went on to earn her Masters of Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, NE. She is married to Michael Schutte, a Physical Therapist, and they have one dog, Charlie. Her interests include pediatrics, geriatrics, chronic disease management, and acute care medicine. Lindsey enjoys reading, baking, and spending time with her family and friends. She is excited to serve the wonderful people of Northeast Nebraska.

Teri Thompson, APRN-BC

Teri Thompson earned a master's degree in Pediatric Medicine in 2000 from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. After working many years at the Children's Mercy in Kansas City, she went on to get her post master's degree in Family Practice in 2011. Since earning both degrees she is dual certified in both areas. Besides having a long history of practicing pediatric medicine, she also enjoys preventative care with adults and children. She and her husband, Maynard, have 1 child, Sam. When she is not practicing medicine, Teri enjoys quilting, reading, gardening, and camping with her family.

Sally Eppenbach, APRN-BC

Born and raised in Northeast Nebraska, Sally is an AANP board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She graduated from Mount Marty College with her BSN in 2012 and worked six years as an RN in Lincoln at Bryan Medical Center. In 2018, she earned her Master of Science in Nursing from Clarkson College. Patient-centered care across the lifespan that includes health promotion and disease prevention is her passion. She is married to Casey Eppenbach and they have a dog named Gus. In her free time, she enjoys DIY home projects and spending time with family, friends, and Gus.