Receiving the news that you are pregnant can be one of the most exhilarating, special, and unique times of your life! From preconception and prenatal care to labor, delivery and postpartum care, SCMH is here to support you through this journey in a family-friendly atmosphere. We have the healthcare professionals, facility and technology to handle every stage of pregnancy and any complications that may arise. Prenatal and obstetrics care for our community continues to be a foundation for rural health care. We are proud to offer these services to our community for your convenience. Four Family Medicine Physicians, along with our specialized obstetrical nursing staff, provide a full range of prenatal and OB services.
“Dr. Overmiller’s presence during the labor was so encouraging, even though it was a completely new and unknown delivery method to us. The staff that helped with the C-section were so encouraging. They worked hard to make sure my husband and I were both comfortable…He was so willing and ready to give any piece of advice he could. His care helped make post-natal life so much easier. Dr. O truly goes above and beyond in all these areas, and we’re incredibly blessed to have him as our doctor.”
Dr. Conant attended Kansas University School of Medicine. He completed his residency at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita before coming to Smith Center in 1989. Dr. Conant began his practice in Smith County in 1989. He and his wife of 40 years, Cris, have one son, one daughter and four grandchildren.
Hannah Haack, M.D.
Dr. Haack grew up in Stockton, KS. She attended Medical School at Kansas University and completed her residency at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita. In 2014 Dr. Haack relocated to Smith Center with her husband of seven years, Matt and their children Isaiah, Janae and Nathaniel.
Stephen, Moll, M.D.
Dr. Moll grew up in Stockton, KS and earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Washburn University. He attended medical school at The University of Kansas School of Medicine and is completing his residency training at Smoky Hill Family Medicine Residency in Salina, KS. He will move to Smith Center in 2021 with his wife, Hayley, and two sons, Lincoln and Theo.
Justin Overmiller, M.D.
Dr. Overmiller graduated from Tabor College. He completed Medical School at the University of Kansas School of Medicine and his residency at Smoky Hill Family Medicine. Dr. Overmiller began his practice in Smith County in 2008. Born and raised in Smith County, he is a true local and now resides here with his wife, Beca, and his sons Wyatt and Jackson.
Leah Wiehl, M.D.
Dr. Wiehl, a native of Kensington and a graduate of West Smith County High School, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Kansas State University, and received a Doctor of Medicine degree from The University of Kansas School of Medicine. Following her medical education, Dr. Wiehl completed residency training in Family Medicine at the Mountain Area Health Education Center in Asheville, North Carolina. Dr. Wiehl is married to Joe Wiehl of Smith Center.