Mallory Haas, PA-C

Mallory Haas, PA-C

Mallory Haas, PA-C

Affiliations:
American Academy of Physician Assistants
Nebraska Academy of Physician Assistants

Mallory Haas (maiden name Murdoch) earned her undergraduate degree in human biology from Chadron State College where she graduated Magna Cum Lade and was awarded the Outstanding Human Biology and was the Platinum Eagle award recipient. Haas then attended the University of Nebraska Medical Center to earn her Masters of Physician Assistant Studies with academic excellence and was the UNMC Rural Health Student Representative.

PA-C Haas is trained in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Geriatrics and Women’s Health and is active with the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Mallory grew up near Orleans, Nebraska and currently lives in Holdrege with her husband, who farms on a family farm near Orleans, and two miniature dachshunds. She is one of the Holdrege Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) leaders and enjoys spending time traveling, gardening, hiking, biking and occasionally taking on a slope or two while skiing.

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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,