Many of you may not realize that this practice has deep roots within the local Community. Hobson Meadows Family Medicine, was formed in 1990 by Dr. Robert Rozner and Dr. Mark Bates. The mission statement was established then, and continues through today: "to provide extraordinary healthcare to our patients using the latest technologies while providing a family and patient oriented experience modeled after the practices of yesteryear." Dr. Serendynsky and Dr. Reschke, who had established practices in Lisle and Naperville dating back to the 1950s joined Hobson Meadows, and upon retiring turned over the reins to the founding partners.
Robert Rozner, MD
Dr. Rozner is one of the founders of Hobson Meadows Family Medicine. He grew up in the western Chicago suburbs and graduated from Illinois Benedictine College. He attended medical school at Loyola University and completed his Family Medicine residency at Resurrection Hospital.
Dr. Rozner has been serving the surrounding communities since 1990. After 30+ years, he still loves his job and looks forward to meeting the needs of each of his patients.
John Paul Dehler, PA-C
Originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado, John Paul spent most of his life in the wide open western states. He is a graduate of Notre Dame University. After spending time in the Army Medical Corp, he graduated from Midwestern University with his Physician Assistant degree.
John Paul has been with the practice since 2004. When he is not working, he is busy with his children's school and sports schedules.
Amy B. Reeb, NP-C
In addition to her ten years as a Nurse Practitioner, Amy also has twelve years of experience in ICU settings at Level 1 trauma centers. When not seeing patients at HMFM, she teaches pharmacology and medical-surgical nursing at Northern Illinois University. Prior to entering healthcare, Amy earned engineering degrees from Purdue University and Penn State University and worked for Boeing and NASA. Outside of work, she loves being with her family and enjoys the activities of her two children.