Primary Care Providers
Lisa Conner, FNP
Lisa Conner, FNP received her nurse practitioner education from Ball State University. As a family nurse practitioner, she enjoys caring for a wide range of ages from children to adults. Lisa strives to partner with her patients and develop a personalized care plan that meets their unique needs. Health and wellness have always been a big part of Lisa’s life. She enjoys staying active and has competed in three NCAA Division I swimming championships in her lifetime. Lisa is passionate about collaborating with her patients to help them pursue a healthy lifestyle as well, and she enjoys helping others identify ways to integrate activities that encourage movement into their lives.
Bailey Goodman, PA-C
Originally from a northwest suburb of Chicago, Bailey pursued her undergraduate degree and physician assistant education at Butler University. Prior to becoming a physician assistant, she worked in emergency medicine for almost five years.
Kiersten McKinney, FNP
Kiersten attended Purdue University for her undergraduate degree (she still considers herself a Boilermaker at heart), and received her nurse practitioner education from Ball State University. As a nurse practitioner, Kiersten strives to treat each patient she meets as a whole person. Kiersten understands each patient is more than a diagnosis or illness, and she enjoys collaborating with everyone she sees in the office to determine the best treatment for their unique situation. Kiersten prioritizes listening carefully during patient visits and she works to help them reach their health and wellness goals.
Ashley Miller, FNP
Originally from the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Ashley graduated Sum Cum Laude from East Tennessee State University. As a nurse practitioner, Ashley strives to provide efficient, patient-centered care. She enjoys partnering with her patients to develop a healthcare plan that fits their unique needs. Some of Ashley’s clinical interests include women’s health and all aspects of family care.
Bryan Sharpe, MD
Dr. Sharpe, a board-certified family physician, received his medical degree from Indiana University. Dr. Sharpe’s specialty is Family Medicine and his clinical interests include disease prevention, injury care and young-adult care.
Kris Weaver, NP
Kris received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Goshen College and a Master in Nursing from Grand Valley State University. She is nationally board-certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and most recently received the 2012 AANP State Award of Excellence for the state of Indiana. Her specialty is family medicine and she has clinical interests in adult health.
Thomas Barbera, PhD, HSPP
Dr. Tom Barbera and the staff of Riverview Health Behavioral Care will provide psychological assessment and treatment to individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, insomnia, PTSD/trauma, stress-related disorders, OCD, tobacco use and weight management.
Dr. Barbera strives to provide compassionate, effective and efficient treatment to help individuals achieve their goals. He is passionate about growing the behavioral health program at Riverview Health.
Dr. Barbera earned his medical degree from the University of New Mexico. He is an Air Force veteran and has lived in Hamilton County since 2001.
Laura Landrey, RD
Laura is a registered dietitian and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in dietetics from Purdue University, and a Master of Science degree in human nutrition from Central Michigan University. She is also a certified health and well-being coach through Wellcoaches. Laura maintains a positive, collaborative focus with clients to support both realistic and sustainable changes toward personal health goals.
Erin Sills, RD
Erin is a registered dietitian and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in dietetics from Ball State University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Kentucky. She is also a certified health coach through Dr. Sears Wellness Institute. As a registered dietitian, health coach and nutrition educator, Erin encourages her clients toward healthier lifestyles through nutrition and wellness education.