Wurtz Joins Medical Staff At Community Memorial Healthcare

Marysville, KS – Danielle Wurtz, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO), has joined the medical staff at Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH). Dr. Wurtz will begin her family practice at Community Physicians Clinic (CPC) in Marysville, effective September 19, 2016. CPC is owned and operated by CMH.

Wurtz grew up in Barnes, KS and graduated from Linn High School, Linn, KS. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Emporia State University. She graduated from medical school at Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Parker, CO, and completed an undergraduate fellowship in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. Wurtz has a passion for obstetrics, women’s health, and OMM (osteopathic manipulation), as well as a special interest in geriatric and hospice care.

Wurtz is the daughter of Nikolas and Melodie Sedivy, Barnes, KS. Her husband Seth, who is originally from Clifton, KS, is a field technician with T-Mobile. They have two children, a daughter Clara, who will turn 4 this summer, and Isaac, who is 2 years old. They live in the Barnes area.

“I am so excited to start rural family medicine in Marysville,” said Dr. Wurtz. “I have lived away from the area since 2003, and now, 13 years later, Seth and I are overjoyed to finally be moving home.” Wurtz added, “I am looking forward to working with the quality and caring physicians and staff at CMH. I recently was able to cover a weekend at CMH, and I was impressed with the warm welcome I received. September is not far away, and I am looking forward to being part of the CMH family full-time.”

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