Dr. Christine Weller has been practicing medicine for 18 years serving patients in a private office setting as well as caring for rehabilitation and geriatric patients in nursing homes. Dr. Weller completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Dayton where she received degrees in Pre-Med and Psychology. She graduated from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, is Board Certified in Family Practice, and is a Certified Medical Director from the American Board of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. She is serving as Medical Director for several nursing homes in the Dayton area for the last four years. Dr. Weller is known for sitting down, taking the time to talk to patients, and getting to know the whole person. Dr. Weller lives in Centerville with her husband and two sons.
Dr. Holly Papanek has been in practice as a Board-Certified Internist since 2000. She serves patients in hospitals along with rehabilitation and nursing homes. A graduate of the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Papanek completed her postgraduate training in the Kettering Health Network. She is presently a staff physician within the Premier Health Network and has twice been honored for excellence in patient care. Dr. Papanek’s heart for her patient’s best interest is always on display and her ability to explain the complex in a relatable way is always appreciated. Dr. Papanek is a lifelong South Dayton resident where she and her husband are raising their four sons.
Christy Jarrell has been working in the medical field for over 20 years. She received her Bachelors and Masters degrees from Wright State University. Christy has extensive experience as a Nurse Practitioner specializing in Geriatrics, Long Term Care, Hospice, and Palliative Care. When Christy isn't taking care of patients she enjoys traveling, reading, cooking and spending time with her grandchildren.
Amy Bolen has been working in the healthcare field for over a decade in several roles and settings. She received her Bachelor and Master degrees from Wright State University. Amy has a passion for the geriatric population, especially those with dementia and Alzheimer’s. She has experience with pulmonary conditions, psychiatry, chronic disease management, and hospice/palliative care. She has completed medical missions work and looks forward to growing this experience in the future. Amy lives in Kettering with her husband and four dogs.
Nick Adrian, CNP has been caring for patients in various roles since 2009. He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Wright State University. Nick has clinical experience in primary care, and he also spent several years in emergency medicine before transitioning into sub-acute and long term care. He has become passionate about caring for the geriatric population, and his past experiences have provided him with the knowledge and ability to care for patients with acute and chronic illnesses. Nick is known for his easy-going personality as welll as his approachability, and he really enjoys the opportunity to get to know all of his patients. Nick lives in Centerville with his wife.