Meet Your Doctors: Dr. Clint Colberg
Note: This is the fifth story in a series about doctors in our community.
Dr. Clint Colberg has been a family medicine physician with Holton Community Hospital for seven years.
Dr. Colberg, 36, is a native of Lyons, and he said that his hometown doctor, Dr. Roger Tobias, inspired him to become of physician.
After graduating from Lyons High School, Dr. Colberg received an undergraduate degree in education from The University of Kansas and then received a doctor of medicine degree from the KU School of Medicine in 2005.
He completed his residency at the Smokey Hill Family Medicine Residency Program in Salina. He joined the staff of doctors at HCH in 2008.
“I enjoy Holton because it is very similar to Lyons where I was raised,” he said. “It is a small town where everyone knows their neighbors and people look out for each other. Holton is a good place to raise family. I have enjoyed practicing here and really getting to know the community and the people.”
He and his wife, Kristy, have three children, Kylie, 15; Carter, 7; and Cade, 6. They also have a dog, Max, and a cat, Boo.
In his spare time, Dr. Colberg enjoys following KU basketball and football, watching movies and playing golf. His family is also involved with Fellowship Bible Church in Topeka.
Dr. Colberg said his best medical advice is to do three things.
“Most chronic medical problems can be prevented or improved by a healthy balanced diet, exercise and the appropriate amount of sleep,” he said.