We founded Integrity Medicine so we could practice care the right way. Without the insurance hassle, without the difficult phone calls, without the worry. At Integrity Medicine, you finally receive whole, undivided care. Together, we can live healthier.
Meet the Staff
In 2017, Integrity Medicine was converted to a Direct Primary Care model in response to government and insurance mandates forced upon healthcare providers. These protocols and regulations often prevented or unnecessarily delayed patients from getting the healthcare that should be afforded them. These infamous denials for radiology or specialist referrals, prior authorizations and step edits for prescription medications, and waiting periods for labs are now a thing of the past.
Before Integrity Medicine, Dr. Roeser studied at Wichita State University and the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he earned the Internal Medicine Award for Excellency.
Dr. Roeser practices in the clinic as well as the in-patient setting at Newton Medical Center where he is a member of the medical staff. He’s proficient at performing upper endoscopies and colonoscopies and he is a preceptor and mentor for medical students and participates in medical missions with Medical Ministry International to the Dominican Republic.
“I love the interaction with patients and the opportunity to coach them through complicated medical issues. I’ve learned that you don’t treat heart disease, diabetes, or cancer. We diagnose and treat patients that have these conditions.”
Dr. Roeser and his wife, Michelle, attend Life Church in Wichita. He is an avid reader, loves exercise, college football, a skinny latte with an extra shot of espresso, and sharing a good joke.
Raised in Denver Colorado, he received his undergraduate degree at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee Oklahoma, and his medical degree from the Oklahoma University College of Medicine – Tulsa. He completed his residency at Wesley Family Medicine in Wichita, Kansas and spent the first 14 years of his career as an ER physician at Wesley Medical Center. In 2013 Dr. Dillard moved his practice to Newton Medical Center in order to serve the community he lives in.
Dr. Dillard treats patients from infants to elders for a variety of ailments, injuries, and chronic conditions. He has a particular interest and specialty in acute care medicine and office procedures. He strongly believes in the Shared Decision Making (SDM) model, defined as an approach where clinicians and patients share the best available evidence when faced with the task of making decisions and where patients are supported to consider options, to achieve informed preferences. This respects patient autonomy with the understanding that the physician-patient relationship is most effective by emphasizing communication, and a practice that maintains the integrity and flexibility of Direct Primary Care.
Dr. Dillard is married with 2 adult children and helps his wife manage the functioning 1880s Homestead where they live and enjoy raising goats, chickens, turkeys, peafowl, and 4 large Anatolian Shepherds. He is a dedicated Christian and is deeply involved with his wife in multiple ministries. He is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys the benefits of simple living.
She is establishing our Andover Primary Care Clinic in early 2022 enlarging access of Integrity Medicine Direct Primary Care practice to Andover, East Wichita, and surrounding areas. Born and raised in Wichita, Kansas, she received her undergraduate degree from Newman University in Biology and History, and earned her medical degree from KU School of Medicine in Wichita, KS. She completed her medical residency training at Wesley Family Medicine in Wichita, Kansas.
Dr. Fager provides care for the whole family and all ages. In addition to usual preventative health care, chronic disease management, and acute care/procedures, she has special interests in obesity medicine, sports medicine, and infant/breastfeeding medicine, and the elderly. She also has a passion for providing treatment and care in low resource areas including medical missions abroad and locally.
Dr. Fager, and her husband Matt, have two daughters and live in Kechi, KS with plans to move to the Andover/Rose Hill area. They attend Wichita First Church of the Nazarene and love to do anything outdoors and active like camping, kayaking, and hiking. When not working, she loves to run, take any opportunity to get out on a basketball or volleyball court, or make a dent in her ever-growing list of must-read books with a cup of tea.