Dawna Huhman, APRN owns and operates AMHCC. She was raised in rural southeast Kansas on a farm and has always appreciated being from a small town where one knows and supports their neighbors. She started her nursing career at a small nursing home as a CNA at age 16. She has always been fascinated by science and throughout college worked in multiple roles in a local hospital before she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Pittsburg State University in 1998. She and her husband moved to Wichita where Dawna worked in a high risk labor and delivery unit for 8 years. She loved being an LDR nurse but returned to school to get a Master’s Degree in Nursing from WSU in 2006 as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She has worked in several rural primary care clinics since that time.
Dawna and her family live in Kingman and enjoy being part of a small town. She enjoys spending time with her four children, reading, and baking. She has two children in college and two at home that go to local school. She likes craft fairs but doesn’t consider herself as being crafty!
Dawna’s vision for AMHCC and the patients she serves is to be a resource to the patients and to the local community to promote preventive health care services but also be a clinic where our patients are considered family and together can work through the barriers and challenges that patients face with acute and chronic health conditions.
JD Taylor has been a part of the Kingman, Kansas community for around 20 years. She joined the AMHCC team as the receptionist in September of 2021, and loves the family atmosphere of the clinic.
JD is a mother of 2 and married for 28 years, loves to run, spend time with their 3 dogs, and fishing with her husband.
Pam has worked in healthcare in Kingman for 20 years. Working with people and helping them improve their health is her daily goal. During any day you will find her checking in patients, drawing labs, answering phones and helping wherever she is needed. At home her yard is her favorite place to be, to her growing things is so much fun! Her husband Felix is a long time golfer and they have two daughters as well as two beautiful granddaughters.
Michelle is originally from Kingman, but has called Anthony, Kansas her home for the last 29 years. Prior to entering the medical field in 2005, Michelle was a licensed daycare provider and stay at home mother. She joined the AMHCC team in September 2021, and feels like the team and patients are like her second family.
Michelle is married with 6 children and 17 grandchildren.