Ronda Clark, PA-C
Ronda Clark, PA-C is no stranger to healthcare in York County. She moved to York in 1999 and began practicing family medicine right away. She would remain in York until 2011, when she and her Husband, Mark, would move to northern Arizona. Five years later they found themselves returning to “The Good Life” and picking up right where they left off in York. Clark said, “Living in Arizona was a beautiful experience, but my heart is drawn to rural Nebraska and providing quality, compassionate care to the people that live in it.” Clark would join York Urgent Care & Family Medicine, now NextCare, upon her return and spend the last six years there.
In total, Clark has dedicated 18 years of her life to serving York and the surrounding communities. When the opportunity to join Henderson Health Care presented itself, she said she couldn’t pass it up. “My passion is to be part of a team that provides the full spectrum of rural family healthcare. I feel like my whole career has led me to just that type of environment in Henderson Health Care.”
Ronda and Mark have four children and two grandchildren. In her spare time, she enjoys getting her family and friends together. She is also a dedicated volunteer with Teammates and CASA. She has a great love for the outdoors; kayaking, hiking, biking, and walking with her dog, Cisco. Now that she is an “empty nester”, Ronda has reclaimed her love of reading.
Bachelor of Science in Biology; Minor in Chemistry - Kearney State College
Master of Physician Assistant Studies - University of Nebraska Medical Center
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Nebraska State License 684
Arizona State License 4859 (inactive)
FMCSA CDL Medical Examiner Certification
Basic Life Support
Nebraska Academy of Physician Assistants
American Academy of Physician Assistants
"Thank you HHC for giving our family protection, health, assurance, & true care. The "Forever Moments" held in our hearts have so many of you in them. We could not have written our family's beginning any better. We were able to bring our 4 children into this world with full faith in the people providing us care in our most helpless, but most beautiful moment."