I just wanted to thank you all for saving my life. Your staff are the real heroes. …I owe you my life and will not forget you!
Trent Austin, MD
Dr. Trent Austin is board certified in Urgent Care Medicine. He graduated from Purdue University with a BS in chemical engineering. After working with the Chevron Corporation in California and Hawaii he returned to Indiana and graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine in 1997. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at Ball Memorial Hospital. In August 2004, Dr. Austin opened his first urgent care practice in Batesville. He now owns and operates AccuDoc Care in Batesville and Harrison.
The father of four lives in Batesville with his wife, children, two cats and 21 chickens. He is passionate about spending time outdoors, no matter the weather. He loves foraging, hiking, fishing, and water sports.
Keith Tenhundfeld, FNP
Keith Tenhundfeld is a Nurse Practitioner. He started his nursing career over 20 years ago and has specialized in many advanced areas such as: emergency and trauma medicine, critical care and prehospital medicine, cardiac transplant, and leadership. He is passionate about wellness and disease prevention. Keith has been with AccuDoc since 2019. He works Urgent Care and operates a Natural Wellness practice at the Harrison location. He treats a variety of common and chronic conditions, including COVID long haul and vaccine injury related conditions.
His wife and 9 children live in Harrison, Ohio and he believes in building a healthier and happier community.
Kelly Roark, FNP
Kelly began working at AccuDoc in 2019 as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Her nursing career began in 2002, when she graduated with an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing from Northern Kentucky University. She started working at a local hospital that same year and continued to provide patient care in a hospital setting while earning a Bachelor of Applied Science in Nursing from Indiana University in 2015 and a Masters of Applied Science with a focus of Family Nurse Practitioner from Walden University in 2018.
Kelly and her family live on a small farm. They enjoy camping and cycling. Her favorite part of working at AccuDoc Urgent Care is how we provide patient-centered healthcare.
Teresa Wuestefeld, FNP
Teresa graduated in 2001 with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She worked for 14 years as a nurse in direct patient care including Medical-Surgical, Intensive Care, Surgery, and Recovery Room. In 2017, Teresa graduated from Indiana University with a Master of Science in Nursing – a Family Nurse Practitioner. She worked Urgent Care for one year at Reid Hospital in Richmond and Primary Care as a Nurse Practitioner for three at Margaret Mary in Brookville.
Teresa is married with 3 children. She enjoys watching her children’s swim tourneys, softball, and soccer games. She also enjoys gardening, cooking and her Golden Retriever, Maple. Teresa grew up on a farm near Oxford, Ohio and is the youngest of 8 Children.
Leslie Secrist, FNP
Leslie Susan Secrist is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner who is originally from the west side of Cincinnati, Ohio. After graduating from Seton High School she moved to Terre Haute, Indiana, and obtained her nursing degree from Ivy Tech Community College where she graduated with honors. She worked in oncology, dermatology, occupational medicine, hospice, and palliative care while pursuing her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Cincinnati.
While training as a nurse practitioner she spent many hours in an urgent care setting and came to enjoy the fast-paced environment. Leslie’s goal as a nurse practitioner is to provide trustworthy, research-based information on the prevention and treatment of common medical conditions, including COVID-19 and other infectious diseases, that affect health and quality of life.
Leslie lives in Sunman, Indiana with her husband and daughter. She enjoys bird watching, walks through the woods, and cooking for her friends and family. She also has an interest in wilderness medicine, women’s health, dermatology, and patient education.