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Osceola, Iowa

312 W McLane Street

Osceola, IA 50213

Ph: 641-658-9048

Monday - Friday: 7AM - 7PM

Saturday: 8AM - 6PM

Sunday: 1PM -5PM

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Tracy Drinkard, ARNP, FNP-C

Tracy is an AANP board certified Family Nurse Practitioner who earned her MSN, FNP from Graceland University. She is excited to return to central Iowa where she will enjoy working with a wide variety of patients. Her background includes working in emergency medicine, pediatrics, hematology oncology, acute inpatient, primary, and urgent care. Kansas City, where she met her husband and raised her daughter, has been her home for the past 22 years. 

Tracy’s strong feeling of connection to the Osceola community is rooted in the summers and weekends she spent visiting her grandmother when she was a young girl. Her parents’ farm near Weldon has always been her favorite place to visit because she considers it home. Tracy's hobbies include traveling, cycling, gardening, and golf. For Tracy, returning to Iowa is the opportunity of a lifetime. 

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Kylie Hall, ARNP, FNP-BC

Kylie Hall is our board-certified Nurse Practitioner who earned her FNP from Chamberlain University. Though her healthcare career started in high school, Kylie worked her way to Family Nurse Practitioner in nursing homes, long-term facilities, neurology, and emergency room departments. She got her inspiration for healthcare by taking care of her loving grandmother, she wanted to be able to learn about the medical field to advocate for the ones she loves.  As much as Kylie loved working in the Emergency Department setting, she knew she was ready for a better work balance in the urgent/primary care setting. Kylie resides in Indianola, IA, and enjoys all her days off with all her boys; her husband, two adorable boys, and three dogs. Kylie states “I took the long way to become a NP, hitting every job on the ladder, but I am thankful for my experience in all of those steps because it helped me to be a better provider."

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