MEET DR. JOHANNING
Dr. Chad Johanning grew up in Atchison, KS. A board-certified family physician, he is a proud Jayhawk and a two-time graduate with degrees in biology and medicine from the University of Kansas. Dr. Johanning completed his residency training at Via Christi Family Medicine Residency in Wichita. Prior to joining Lawrence Family Practice Center in 2014, Dr. Johanning practiced in Atchison, KS for several years. Dr. Johanning enjoys offering preventive care, procedures and pediatric/well-child care. Additionally, he performs colonoscopies at Lawrence Memorial Hospital for screening and diagnostic purposes.
In addition to private practice, Dr. Johanning is involved with the Kansas Academy of Family Physicians, serving as President in 2020-2021 and currently serves as co-chair of the Governmental Advocacy Committee. He is former department chair of Family Medicine at Lawrence Memorial Hospital and continues to participate with hospital leadership. He also board representative of Aledade Kansas ACO, the accountable care organization of which Lawrence Family Practice Center is a member.
In his spare time, Dr. Johanning enjoys spending time with his wife and sons. His hobbies include running, golfing, gardening, skiing, and traveling.
"Dr. Chad Johanning is "the bestest" ever!"
"Dr Johanning is an excellent listener; unique insight into blood pressure monitoring, weight management and fitness."
"Dr Johanning worked me in to his schedule and did a great job listening to my issue and explaining my condition."
"Dr. Johanning is amazing! Always kind and very knowledgeable. I wouldn’t want to be seen by anybody else. The best!"
"Dr. Johanning is very thorough and is genuinely concerned about me as a patient."
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