Our practice has developed a long-standing relationship with women and families in Manhattan and its surrounding communities by offering a history of care and service for over 40 years. We were formerly known as OB-GYN Associates and Kaw Valley Women’s Health Group until we formally established The Women’s Health Group in 1997.
Some of our retired physicians include Rex Fischer, Rudy Haun, Anne Wigglesworth, and Maura Welch. Our physicians are all members of the Kansas Medical Society and Riley County Medical Society.
Dr. Catterson was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. She has been practicing in Manhattan since 1995 and has since become actively involved the community. She is active in her local church and volunteers at Flint Hills Christian School.
Dr. Gros was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. If you spend a little time with Dr. Gros, you will find he is an enthusiastic KSU Wildcat fan. He is involved in family life, sports and children’s activities.
Before entering medical school Dr. Bennett worked as an Anthropologist in Central and South America, Mexico and Easter Island. She enjoys the fine arts and supports the McCain Auditorium Performing Arts Series at Kansas State University.
Dr. Priddle and his wife, Angie, were thrilled to return to Manhattan, her hometown, after residency. They have four children who keep their lives full with voice lessons, guitar lessons and traveling sports teams. As a family they enjoy outdoor activities, boating, water skiing, snow skiing and hunting.
Dr. Roles has been in the Manhattan community since 2004 and is originally from Iowa. She and her husband of 13 years have four children — Kayla, Lindsey, Lauren, and Keane. Dr. Roles enjoys being the wife of a local farmer.
Dr. Newcomer joined The Women’s Health Group in 2010. He and his wife, Tami, were excited to return to Manhattan. Both are K-State alumni and proud supporters of the University.
Dr. Goodpasture will begin practicing at The Women’s Health Group, P.A. in July 2013.
Diane received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Washburn University in 1995. She worked as a Labor and Delivery/Postpartum nurse.
Staci is originally from Minneapolis, KS. She began her education at the University of Kansas and received degrees in Chemistry and Human Biology. She then received a Bachelors or Science in Nursing degree from Creighton University and worked as a nurse in the neonatal intensive care and postpartum areas.
Jennifer grew up in Wakefield, Kansas, and now resides in Wamego with her three boys. Her time away from the office is spent gardening, scrapbooking and watching her boys play sports.
Julie received her degree in Radiologic Technology from Washburn University in 1991. She then completed a degree in Ultrasound Technology from Kansas Newman College in 1992.
The Women’s Health Group has been an excellent source of care for my growing family since our move to Manhattan. Whether a routine visit, an uncomplicated pregnancy, or a twin pregnancy, I have always felt well cared for by the staff and physicians.