Bryon Bellinger, ARNP-C, is a Hospitalist at Mahaska Health Partnership. He enjoys providing care to patients over a longer period of time and participating in their final diagnosis during their stay in Inpatient. Bryon believes hospital medicine benefits patients because providers are able to solely focus on people admitted to the hospital, spending more time with them and applying holistic principles to their care.
Family Nurse Practitioner Robyn Griffiths is a full-time Hospitalist at MHP. She has a passion for nursing and pursued an advanced degree to be more involved in her patient’s healthcare decisions. Caring for people is an honor and a privilege for Robyn and she believes her Hospitalist role allows her to provide more personalized care; thus improving patient outcomes.
Dr. Matt Olson is a Hospitalist in Inpatient Services at Mahaska Health Partnership. Though he has had multiple careers prior to practicing medicine, Dr. Olson wanted something more service-oriented and medicine was a good fit. Dr. Olson enjoys small midwest towns and chose hospital medicine to provide care for people at fragile and important times, making a real impact on their lives in the short-term. He enjoys getting to know his patients and hearing their stories, connecting with them and their families.
Dr. Lisa Ruckman is a Hospitalist at Mahaska Health Partnership. She is a North Mahaska grad who grew up on the DeBoef family farm in rural Mahaska County. As a mother of five, Dr. Ruckman understands family and would be honored to be a part of yours.
Dr. Anne Whitis is a Family Practice Physician who became a hospitalist and began treating patients on Inpatient Services in January of 2013. She began practicing on the Mahaska Health Partnership campus in 1990 and enjoys fitness, running and biking outside of medicine. She is also a member of the Oskaloosa School Board.