Dr. Dakota Dreher, a board-certified physician in internal medicine, began his work at Norton County Hospital and Norton Medical Clinic in September 2022. He is originally from Norton. He graduated high school in 2011 and went on to attend the University of Kansas, where he received a bachelor’s degree in cellular biology through the KU Honors Program. He also participated in the Scholars in Rural Health program, where he had the opportunity to shadow Martin Griffey, DO, for multiple summers and witness what practicing internal medicine would be like in a rural community.
Through this program, Dr. Dreher was accepted into the University of Kansas School of Medicine and attended the Wichita campus. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Saint Louis University Hospital. He has an interest in blending primary care with his role as an internist. Outside of his work, Dr. Dreher enjoys outdoor activities such as running, biking and hiking. His wife is Jordan, a physician assistant in interventional radiology.
To make an appointment with Dr. Dreher, contact the Norton Medical Clinic at 785-877-3305.