Medical Center Providers

Eric Anderson, CRNA

                          

Greg Anderson, MSN, CRNA

How do you want to make an impact at Greater Regional Health?

The opioid crisis is a real thing, especially in Union County. I hope to educate and treat my patients while giving them the best quality of life they can have as an individual, while also decreasing narcotic use and availability.

What is your philosophy statement?

We will utilize all resources available, medical and alternative. We will include the patient in their plan of care to create a working relationship to improve or maintain quality of life.

What made you want to be in the medical field?

I enjoy a challenge, learning and helping people.

What do you enjoy doing in your free time?

I enjoy travelling, a good wine and a good cigar. I am blessed with a great wife and kids and I spend most of my time chasing after them.

Stephanie Anderson, CRNA

                         

Joshua Capson, DO

                                                  

Jessica Crandall, ARNP, FNP-BC

                         

Matthew Epp, MD

                         

Katie Evans, CRNA, FNP-C

                                                                           

Brian Gutmann, CRNA, DNP

                                                                           

Laura Hagen, ARNP

How do you want to make an impact at Greater Regional Health?

I want to impact GRH by providing the best care possible to all patients. Also staying current on all procedures and guidelines. Which will enhance my skills and services to patients which will keep GRH on the forefront of care.

What is your philosophy statement?

My philosophy is based on providing competent, empathetic, and holistic care to the best of my ability. 

What made you want to be in the medical field?

I like the challenges and most importantly helping patients and their family.

What do you enjoy doing in your free time?

Horseback riding, camping, attending Iowa Hawkeyes football games, watching my son play sports and traveling.

Education:

Joshua Holliday, MD

                                                  

Chanda Moreland, ARNP

                                                  

Annie Nawab, MD

How do you want to make an impact at Greater Regional Health?

I want to help the southern Iowa patients and their families understand their complex pulmonary and sleep diseases and offer them evidence based, up to date medical care.

What is your philosophy statement?

Treat patients regardless of their color, ethnicity, nationality or religious preferences, treat and respect them like my own family.

What made you want to be in the medical field?

My Grandfather was a physician who passed away way before I was born. I never got a chance to meet him but heard a lot of stories of him being a very gifted physician and how he used to diagnose and treat very complicated patients. I always wanted to follow his footsteps and wanted to make a difference.

What do you enjoy doing in your free time?

I really enjoy reading good books, exercising and listening to good music.

Together as a family we love outdoor activities, shopping and watching movies.

Cassie Rasmussen, DO

                                                  

Steven Reeves, MD, FACP

How do you want to make an impact at Greater Regional Health?

My goal is to continue to improve myself, our team and the care we provide at Greater Regional. I want to take an active role as Greater Regional continues to expand and improve the quality of our care at all levels. I am a strong believer in the team approach and have seen amazing changes since I was first hired as an ambulance driver!!

What is your philosophy statement?

This can best be summarized by two sentences on the teaching board in my office: “Anything worth doing is worth overdoing” and “The eye does not see what the brain does not know.” These two sentences encapsulate the dual focus I have, improving myself (professionally and personally) and improving the care I provide to my patients. I have a strong teaching component in my practice which benefits my patients, the practice, my self and hopefully the students which I have the privilege to teach.

What made you want to be in the medical field?

As you can see above I started at Greater Regional in 1979 as an ambulance driver and with the exposure to the medical field I found my passion. I continue to expand my education and at each level (driver, EMT, nurse, PA and finally physician) found it re-enforced that I had found my career.  I continue to seek to improve myself and the care which I deliver through my teaching and have started a Masters degree at Johns Hopkins.

What do you enjoy doing in your free time?

My wife and I enjoy our granddaughters and family. We stay busy keeping everything looking nice, working on the yard and now my class work.  My wife is an avid quilter and I get to see some pretty amazing results.  We have horses and we continue to work on restoring the barn.

Tessa Sandel, ARNP, FNP-BC

                                                  

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