Internal Medicine


1610 W. Townline Street
Suite 200
Creston, IA 50801

Clinic Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00AM - 12:00PM
1:00PM - 5:00PM


Blythe Waltersdorf, PA-C
Crystal Johnson, MSN, ARNP
Steven D. Reeves, MD FACP

About This Clinic

Internal Medicine physicians at Greater Regional Medical Clinics offer an adult medical practice dedicated to providing comprehensive health care services in a friendly patient-focused environment. Internal Medicine specialists provide diagnostic and treatment services covering a broad range of health issues including heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, musculoskeletal problems, geriatrics, and other health problems.


In 2001, a step toward becoming a "one-stop" medical center began when the ground break for the Medical Arts Plaza on the campus of Greater Regional Medical Center occurred.  Greater Regional Medical Center opened on the current site in May 1967.

As the Medical Arts Plaza opened, a new medical practice entered the scene.  Dr. Steve Reeves, established Morning Star Internal Medicine which opened for business in September 2002 on the first floor of the Medical Arts Plaza.

Morning Star Internal Medicine was acquired by Greater Regional Medical Center in 2007.  

Following the 2012 tornado which was a direct hit on GreaterRegional and the northwest section of Creston, Greater Regional Medical Center and the Medical Arts Plaza buildings required significant recovery efforts to re-open.  During the recovery process, an opportunity was identified to realign Greater Regional employed physicians to increase convenience and accessibility for patients as the physician clinics re-opened. 

The name of the clinics changed to Greater Regional Medical Clinics with the goals to increase convenience and accessibility for patients.  All Greater Regional employed family medicine; family medicine-obstetrics; and internal medicine physicians were co-located on the second floor of the Medical Arts Plaza in June 2012.  Since 2012, this location has expanded to include Psychiatry Services.

 In addition, all Greater Regional employed surgical specialists, including general surgery and orthopaedic surgery were co-located on the first floor of the Medical Arts Plaza.  Since  2012, the Surgical Specialists Clinic has expanded to include OB/GYN - Women's Health and ENT-Allergy-Sinus providers.