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St. Francis Family & Behavioral Medicine is Hosting an Open House on Dec. 6

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. — CHI Health St. Francis Family & Behavioral Medicine is hosting a community open house from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6. During the public event, located at 908 N Howard Ave., in Suite 109, refreshments will be served. Tours of the new space and a staff meet-and-greet featuring family medicine providers Shu-Ming Wang, MD and Stephanie Williams, APRN and psychiatrist Kavir Saxena, MD are also planned.

St. Francis Family & Behavioral Medicine is accepting new patients and scheduling same-day family medicine appointments for patients of all ages. The clinic is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For additional information or to schedule an appointment, please call (308) 398-5522.

Meet the St. Francis Family & Behavioral Medicine providers:

Dr. Shu-Ming Wang, who served as Vice President for Medical Operations at St. Francis over the last three years, has recently returned to her love of practicing family medicine and is the provider at the new clinic, located at 908 N Howard Ave., in Suite 109. Wang is a board-certified family practice physician with 22 years of experience prior to her administrative role at St. Francis.

Stephanie Williams, MSN, APRN, is a certified family nurse practitioner. She attended the University of Nebraska Medical Center, where she earned her Master's of Science in Nursing. Stephanie is a central Nebraska native, bringing 25 years of nursing experience and patient education to the practice.

Dr. Kavir Saxena, psychiatrist, attended medical school at King Georges Medical College at the University of Lucknow in India and is double board-certified in adults and child/adolescent psychiatry. He completed his psychiatry residency and child/adolescent psychiatry residency at Virginia Commonwealth University's medical college. In 2010, Dr. Saxena won the Patients' Choice Award and Compassionate Doctor Recognition.

Kavir Saxena, MD


Shu-Ming Wang, MD

Direct Primary Care,
Family Medicine

Stephanie Williams, APRN-C

Family Medicine

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