Corydon, August 20, 2012: Wayne County Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of Nicole Ruble, PA-C as a member of the South Central Iowa Medical Clinic medical staff. She is a 2005 graduate of Cornell College in Mount Vernon, IA with a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Sociology. She completed her medical training at the University of Kentucky, College of Health Sciences in Lexington earning her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies in June 2012.
During her physician assistant training, Nicole had the opportunity to participate in various clinical clerkships including emergency medicine, family medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, neurosurgery, geriatrics, pediatrics and general surgery.
Prior to graduating, Nicole completed her last two clinical rotations working with Dr. Joel Wells at the South Central Iowa Medical Clinic. That experience led to an offer for a full-time practice opportunity at the clinic. Since coming onboard she has been working with Dr. Douglas Hoch and is seeing patients of all ages with a wide variety of conditions.
Nicole has been involved in community activities wherever she has lived including participation in her church, working as a peer advocate while at Cornell College, serving a term as the Delta Phi Delta president, working for Habitat for Humanity and volunteering with the University of Kentucky Physician Assistant class, to name a few.
A native of Iowa, Nicole is originally from Cedar Rapids. Together with her husband, Jeremie, she will live just outside of town on their farm and raise cattle. Nicole has a family tie to Wayne County through her husband, Jeremie, who is the grandson of the late Darl and Georgia Ruble. During her spare time, she enjoys watching TV crime dramas and loves to read, travel, hike and go on walks with her dog.
Appointments with Nicole can be made at the
South Central Iowa Medical Clinic by calling 641-872-2063.