DR. MARK ROMEREIM – DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL SERVICES

Dr. Mark Romereim has worked at High Plains Mental Health Center since 2011, and has been Medical Director since January 2020. He came here to work in a temporary position for five months for a provider on leave, and was so happy working here that he chose to stay in a permanent position.

Dr. Romereim is a native Kansan, from Wichita. He graduated from Wichita State University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1982, and from University of Kansas Medical School, Wichita, in 1991. He completed residency training in psychiatry also at University of Kansas Medical School, Wichita, in 1995. Prior to coming to HPMHC, he worked mostly in Wichita, both in group practices and in a solo private practice. He has particular interests and expertise in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and ADHD through the life span. While in Wichita, he was well-known for giving many educational presentations to mental health providers, physicians and school professionals on topics of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and ADHD.

About Us

Founded in 1964, High Plains Mental Health Center has been serving the residents of Northwest Kansas with mental health services for over five decades. Click here to learn about our mission, […]

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Screening & Referral Therapist High Plains Mental Health Center currently has a full-time position opening available in Hays for a Screening & Referral Therapist. The qualified candidate will focus on […]

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History of the Center

High Plains was created in 1964, through action taken by the joint efforts of the County Commissions in Ellis, Rooks, Phillips and Norton counties. Kansas law gave local government the […]

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Mental Health First Aid

Taking a Mental Health First Aid class will help to prepare you to be able to help individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis.  Request a training for your […]

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