Terry is a graduate of the Physician Assistant program at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana. He grew up in western South Dakota and held positions in government and politics before pursuing his medical career. Terry completed additional training in emergency medicine through a PA residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. He has also completed a master’s degree in physician assistant studies. Terry is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys the many recreational opportunities in and around Philip and the Black Hills. He is married and has two sons.
Dr. Kerry Blackham joined Philip Health Services in 2016. He is a graduate of Des Moines University with a Doctor of Osteopathy and recently completed a fellowship in geriatric medicine at the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine. Dr. Blackham enjoys golfing and fishing.
Dr. Holman comes to Philip from Grand Forks, North Dakota, where he completed his bachelor’s degree, doctor of medicine, and medical residency at the University of North Dakota. He has been a family practice physician at Philip Health Services since 1999, with special interests in emergency care and maternal-fetal medicine. In his free time he enjoys hunting and sports. Dr. Holman is married with three children.
Dr. Klopper earned a degree in Pharmacy at Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, South Africa, followed by a medical degree at University of Free State, South Africa. After serving Philip Health Services from 1991 to 1999, he was in private practice in hospitals and clinics in South Africa, Canada, and Vermillion, South Dakota. Dr. Klopper obtained comprehensive experience in pharmacy, emergency, general surgery, orthopedics, pediatrics, geriatrics and psychiatry before returning to Philip Health Services in 2003. He is married with three grown children.
Diane Weber, PA-C, is well known in the surrounding communities. She graduated from the University of Grand Fork in January of 1994. Diane is married to Wayne. They have three grown children ~ Brent and Greg Weber, both of Martin SD, and Audrey Smeenk of Rapid City, SD. They also have nine grandchildren. My passion is medicine and being able to help everyone. In her spare time, Diane enjoys spending time with grandchildren, doing puzzles and being outside. Diane has spent 21 years of her career in Rural Medicine. There is nothing more special than to get to know her patients and their families. Maybe even go to their brandings! Diane enjoys being involved in the community and watching all the local sporting events
Audrey grew up in Martin, SD and knowing at a young age she wanted to pursue a life in medicine, she went on to receive her LPN degree at Lake Area Tech in Watertown, SD right out of high school. She quickly progressed up to obtain her Baccalaureate in Nursing from the University of South Dakota. Audrey practiced as an RN for over 9 years within the adult ICU, NICU, PICU, ED, and Flight Nursing before deciding to further her education as a Physician Assistant through the University of North Dakota. Audrey joined Philip Health Services in July 2020. She has a special interest in rural medicine and critical care/emergency medicine with her previous experience in flight medicine. She also brings passion about women’s health and well-child/adolescent care to our practice.
It is evident that she thoroughly enjoys working with a wide variety of patients across the life spans. She finds value in living in a rural community and being able to take the extra time to learn about patients, their families, and connect with them. It is her desire to provide evidence-based medicine and quality care for each patient, while offering education, and being a great resource for the team she works with and the community she serves. When not working, Audrey can be found spending time with her family, traveling, partaking in anything outdoors, hiking, and being at the lake/river camping.