Krista M. Stoecker, MD

Krista M. Stoecker, MD

Krista M. Stoecker, MD

Krista Stoecker, MD Headshot

Affiliations:
American Academy of Family Physicians
American Medical Association
American Medical Women’s 

Dr. Stoecker received her Bachelor of Science with a major in Nutrition Science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She earned her Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. Dr. Stoecker was part of the Primary Care Program and completed her residency divided between the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha and Grand Island, Nebraska.

Dr. Stoecker specializes in Family Medicine and enjoys working with patients of all ages. She has a special interest in pediatrics, obstetrics, women’s health, and end-of-life care. She is also trained in cesarean births.

In her free time, Dr. Stoecker enjoys spending time outdoors, cooking, downhill skiing, watching live sports, and Broadway musicals. She is married and has one daughter. She is also active in her church community.

Testimonials

“Very satisfied with services here. Lab workers are very caring and good, greeter nurse is so personable. Room nurses are very knowledgeable and helpful. Dr. Sandy can’t be beat all around! … Whole staff is rated an A.”

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“Dr. S Smith is a wonderful Dr. to my son. Always friendly and is always fast. Makes sure I know and understand what is wrong. Couldn’t find a better Dr. Thank you!”

- Anonymous

“Dr. Berney and his nurses are always very professional and polite. Thanks for always going above and beyond Brittany and Jolee!”

- Anonymous

“This is the only doctor office I will come to. I have always been treated with respect by all the doctors I have seen here…I drive 1 hour to come here – 2 hr round trip.”

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News

LOCAL PHYSICIAN RETIRES AFTER PROVIDING 38 YEARS OF SERVICE

Holdrege, NE, August 7, 2018 – Dr. Thomas Smith, MD of Family Medical Specialties will be retiring after 38 years of service to his patients and communities throughout southwest and south central Nebraska as well as northern Kansas. Patients, co-workers,