Dr. Kourtney Bettinger
Dr. Bettinger is a general pediatrician who went to medical school at the University of Kansas and returned to Kansas City after finishing her pediatric residency training in 2016. She loves working in Wyandotte County and is excited to be a part of Vibrant Health. Dr. Bettinger speaks English and Spanish.
Dr. Kelly Kreisler
Kelly Kreisler, MD, MPH, FAAP, is a board certified pediatrician who has been in practice since 2002, and the chief medical officer of Vibrant Health. Following graduation from pharmacy school, Dr. Kreisler attended West Virginia University School of Medicine, where she completed her pediatric residency. After working for six years at a large suburban pediatric hospital and volunteering at an inner city pediatric safety net clinic, Turner House Children’s Clinic, Dr. Kreisler returned to training. She completed two years of developmental behavioral pediatrics fellowship and earned a Masters of Public Health from Kansas University Medical Center. She is currently a general pediatrics faculty member at KUMC, where her clinical and research focus is medically underserved children, particularly immigrants and refugees. She serves on the board of the Kansas Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, where she serves on the public policy committee. Dr. Kreisler has four children, two dogs, and a husband with superhuman patience.
Yvonne Ornelas-Rios, APRN-BC
Yvonne is a board certified family nurse practitioner. She graduated with her master’s degree in nursing from the University of Kansas School of Nursing. She comes to Vibrant Health from Silver City Health Center. She has been a nurse practitioner for 19 years and cares for patients from birth to seniors. She manages acute and chronic illnesses, as well as performing preventive physical exams for children and adults. Yvonne is bi-lingual in English and Spanish.
Dr. Ryan Smith
Dr. Smith is a board- certified pediatrician with clinical interest in informatics, immigrant health, and system- based practice. Dr. Smith is excited to return to Wyandotte County where a social work position spurred an interest in community health that led to enrollment at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. When away from clinic, Dr. Smith enjoys hiking, biking, reading, and travel.