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Beloit Medical Center, P.A. Welcome New Doctors

The Physicians of Beloit Medical Center, P.A. are pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Mark Banker and Dr. Mariah Crumbaker to their practice in the fall of 2016.

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Mark Banker, M.D. will be completing his general surgery residency training at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, TX in June 2016. Dr. Banker is Board eligible and is planning on taking his Boards in July of 2016. He will then be joining Beloit Medical Center as a practicing general surgeon in the Fall of 2016. He grew up in Salina, KS and graduated from Salina South High school in 2003. He attended Kansas State University and graduated with a  Bachelor of Science degree in Biology in 2007. He was then accepted at the University of Kansas school of Medicine  in Kansas City, graduating in 2011. Dr. Banker has received a broad spectrum of surgical training during his residency and will be providing a wide variety of surgical procedures to the Beloit and surrounding areas.

Dr. Banker is married to Dr. Mariah Crumbaker. The two met in medical school and were married after graduating medical school in 2011. They have been living in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area for the last 5 years completing their residency training. 

Mariah Crumbaker, M.D. (Banker) is a Board Certified Family Physician with a focus on obstetrics and women’s health. Dr. Crumbaker  grew up on the Crumbaker hog farm south of Beloit. Her parents are David and Rebecca Crumbaker. As a child she was always interested in biology and medicine. She graduated from Bethany College in Lindsborg, KS in 2007 with a Biology degree and then attended the University of Kansas Medical School from 2007-2011. Dr. Crumbaker went to residency at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, TX. She chose this program as it provided 4 years of family medicine training with the last two years having an emphasis on obstetrics and women’s health. She practices broad spectrum family medicine caring for the young to the elderly encompassing additional skills such as comprehensive obstetrical care including cesareans, obstetrical ultrasound, and a variety of women’s health procedures. For the last year, she has been faculty at her residency while her husband finishes his 5th year of residency. 

Dr. Banker and Dr. Crumbaker are expecting their first child this August and then will be starting their practices in the fall of 2016. In their spare time, the two enjoy running with their two dogs, Izzy and Marilyn, traveling and discovering new countries and cultures, scuba diving, and attending Kansas State football games. Mark and Mariah are both happy to return home and have the privilege of serving the people of north central Kansas.