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7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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Traci Anderson, D.O.
Dr. Traci Anderson combines her expertise in family medicine with a special interest in women's health and adolescent medicine. Board certified in family medicine and osteopathic manipulative treatment, she provides compassionate and complete family medical care with an emphasis on preventive health care and patient education.
Dr. Anderson joined Pendleton Medical Group from her previous practice with Marymount Hospital, a Cleveland Clinic hospital. With an undergraduate degree from DePauw University in Indiana, Dr. Anderson completed her family medicine residency in Cleveland, where she served as chief resident at South Pointe Hospital and was named Resident of the Year for the state of Ohio by the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians.
As a Doctor of Osteopathy (DO), Dr. Anderson offers a unique approach to patient care that teaches patients how to prevent illness and injury by maintaining a healthy lifestyle. This includes looking at the whole person and how all parts of the body work together and influence each other—muscles, nerves and bones, which allows her to provide the best care medicine has to offer.
A native of Denver, Colorado, Dr. Anderson resides in Noblesville with her husband, Dr. Jared Anderson, an anesthesiologist within Community Health Network, their young son and family dog.
Stephanie Russ, D.O.
Dr. Stephanie Russ was born and raised in Elwood, Indiana. She received her bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Indiana University in Bloomington and attended Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia to obtain her medical degree. As a recent graduate of the Family Medicine Residency Program at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Dr. Russ looks forward to beginning her new career close to family and friends.
As a family medicine physician, Dr. Russ enjoys seeing patients of all ages, but has a special interest in women’s and adolescent health.
Dr. Russ enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with her husband and dog.
Laura Clarke Cridge, R.N., MSN, FNP, NP-C
Laura received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Ball State University in 2002. She worked in the Intensive Care Unit at Ball Memorial Hospital and then joined Community Health Network at Community Hospital Anderson in the Same-Day Surgery and Post Anesthesia Care Unit. She worked there while she obtained her master's degree in nursing to become a family nurse practitioner, graduating in July of 2010. Laura is nationally certified as a family nurse practitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Laura’s focus as a nurse practitioner is a holistic approach to the care of each patient that encompasses the whole person, with an emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention. She practices in collaboration with our physicians to assess, diagnose, treat and manage the patient’s health problems and needs.
Laura grew up in New Castle, Indiana, where she resides now with her husband and their five children. She enjoys reading and spending time with her family, especially when the whole family sits down to a meal together. Because of her big family, Laura understands the importance of treating not only a single patient, but the whole family.
One of Laura’s favorite quotes that influences her practice is, “They may forget your name but they will never forget how you made them feel.” by Maya Angelou.