Why We Care – Jorden

Why We Care – Jorden

Why We Care – Jorden In our continuing series on keeping the care in patient care, we spoke with Jorden Wichman, our Clinic Supervisor in Manhattan. Jorden works directly with patients, keeps operations flowing smoothly in the clinic, and provides ongoing...
Why We Care – Heather

Why We Care – Heather

Why We Care – Heather In our continuing series on keeping the care in patient care, we spoke with Heather Osier. Heather wears many hats at Genstler Eye Center, and her work includes billing, human resources, and working as an administrative assistant. While her...
Why We Care – Katie

Why We Care – Katie

Why We Care – Katie In our continuing series on keeping the care in patient care, we spoke with our Director of Nursing at the Topeka Surgery Center, Katie Renna. Katie manages the ins and outs of the surgery center, staffing, prepping for surgery, stocking,...
Why We Care – Julie

Why We Care – Julie

Why We Care – Julie In our continuing series on keeping the care in patient care, we spoke with Julie Rouland, our Clinic Supervisor and Lead Tech. Julie works directly with patients, and oversees the techs at Genstler helping to guide the experience they...
The ‘Care’ in Patient Care

The ‘Care’ in Patient Care

The ‘Care’ in Patient Care Today we often hear members of the medical community referred to as belonging to the ‘healthcare industry.’ Speaking about healthcare in terms of industry has the dangerous potential to overshadow what’s truly at the heart of...
The Genstler Philosophy

The Genstler Philosophy

The Genstler Philosophy At Genstler Eye Center, we’re committed to providing true care as healthcare providers. This philosophy is formed by a few core tenets held by the staff at Genstler. The Golden Rule+We approach each patient that walks in the door by asking, ‘If...