Kelly Bullock, D.O.

Kelly Bullock


Undergraduate – University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Medical School – Des Moines University

Internship – Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, VA

Residency – University of Nebraska Medical Center – Family Medicine


American Board of Family Medicine – Board Certified

Basic Life Support

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support

Pediatric Advanced Life Support



8:30 – 12:00 Randolph Family Practice

1:00 – 4:30 Randolph Family Practice


8:30 – 12:00 Wausa Medical Clinic


8:30 – 12:00 Randolph Family Practice

1:00 – 4:30 Randolph Family Practice

A Brief Interview with Dr. Bullock

I was born into a military setting on a small naval base in Lemoore, California. We moved around a bit, but by third grade I ended up back in Crete, Nebraska. Most of my extended family was from the Lincoln area. After completing high school in Crete, I headed off to UNL to begin my undergraduate work.

As for healthcare, well, I have been involved in the healthcare field since I took a job at my grandfather’s clinic. I have always enjoyed getting to know the patients and their families, and that is what helped me find my way into Family Medicine.

After college, I was commissioned into the Navy and went off to medical school in Des Moines, Iowa. My brother and I were both sent to different stations from there, but both in the military. I ended up at the Naval Hospital of Portsmouth and finished my Internal Medicine Internship. I then headed west to Barstow, California to work as a General Medical Officer at the Marine Corps Logistics base.

I quickly moved into the Senior Medical Officer position after about a year of being at the clinic. There, I helped train corpsmen and staff who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

I was also trained in Occupational Medicine and helped develop the Occupation Health program at a large base that produced many of the military’s tanks. I developed lifelong friendships with many of the families during that time and was also raising my first child, Shay, on the military base.

I wanted to raise Shay around family. After my military requirements were met, we moved back to Nebraska where I finished a Family Medicine Residency through the UNMC rural program.

I worked with Faith Regional for several years and also with Docs Who Care, helping to cover the Emergency Department in numerous rural hospitals. Before teaming up with Osmond General Hospital, I worked as the area medical director for Aseracare.

Most of my free time is filled up with activities with my daughters and family. They both enjoy dance and my youngest is also involved with volleyball and soccer. We all love to go to the lake and enjoy water skiing and snow skiing. I also enjoy fixing up my home, gardening and country dancing.

If I could change one thing about healthcare, it would the insurance process and helping patients get the care they need without the long authorization process.

My one piece of medical advice would be to enjoy your families and the little things in life. Happy loved hearts produce really great people!