Natalie Bieberle promoted to Clara Barton Medical Center

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HOISINGTON – Clara Barton Medical Center announced this week that Natalie Bieberle, DPT, has been promoted to director of therapy services. Bieberle has been a practicing physical therapist since 2016 and has worked at Clara Barton for nearly four years.

Originally from the area, Bieberle grew up in Claflin. She attended Kansas State University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and continued her studies at the University of Kansas Medical Center, earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2016.

After graduating, she and her husband, Taylor Bieberle, PA-C, worked at Norton County Hospital for two years before returning to their home community of Claflin.

“It’s very rewarding to be part of the Clara Barton family,” Bieberle said. “Teamwork and a progressive mindset is what brought me to work here and what drives me to continue to challenge and inspire others to strive for higher standards. take on the role of director of therapy services in addition to continuing to provide patient care.”

Bieberle’s goal as the new Director of Therapy Services is to continue the organization’s mission and preserve the reputation that Clara Barton Therapy Services has developed. She works alongside therapists Alesia Schneweis, Tamara Dody, Danelle Leiker, Betsy Snell and Halle Knigge; APTs Sheri Espinosa, Samantha Roddey, Shelby Frickel and Trevor Lowe; and COTAs Hillary Cory and Allie Hipp, who provide excellent patient care and service that best supports the community.

“The therapy services have a bright future; the sky is the limit,” Bieberle said. “I am proud to be surrounded by an amazing team of qualified therapists who work hard every day.”

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her children, husband and family, being outdoors and cheering on the Kansas City Chiefs.

“I am very proud of the excellent group of dedicated professionals who make up our therapy department,” said Jim Blackwell, president and CEO of Clara Barton Medical Center. “Natalie’s dedication represents the kind of integrity and work ethic that will really make this department shine. A trademark that my friend Mark Blackwell, a retired CBH therapist, incorporated into this renowned department, and every physiotherapist he trained here.

“I look forward to seeing her take this model of patient care forward which will ultimately expand the care you receive here. His infectious and positive attitude is a great continuation of our current leadership style,” he said.

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