Family Medicine of Cloverdale is a premier family medical center in Putnam County. We are a primary care practice that provides a full range of healthcare services for the whole family. Composed of some of the best family medical specialists in the area, our team offers Cloverdale patients personalized healthcare closer to their home.

Keeping Your Entire Family Healthy

With a focus on family medicine, our practice treats people of all ages, from the youngest kid to the grandmas and grandpas of the family. We provide acute, chronic, and preventive medical services for an array of health issues. After all, unlike other medical specialists who focus only on one organ or disease, family physicians have a range of clinical interests. They must complete a three-year residency program after med school to qualify as providers of primary, comprehensive health care for patients of all ages and with different ailments.

A Partner of Putnam County Hospital

Family Medicine of Cloverdale is a partner in the Putnam County Physician Practices. This gives us convenient access to Putnam County Hospital’s state-of-the-art services in cancer care, cardiology, endocrinology, lab services, orthopedics, outpatient surgery, radiology and imaging, urology, women’s health, and more. So, for any of your and your family member’s medical needs, you can count on us to deliver excellent services.

Let us take care of your family’s health. Give us a call, today, to schedule a consultation.

Contact Information

Family Medicine of Cloverdale

Phone: 765.795.4242
Fax: 765.795.4456
Page Operator: 765.653.4253
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Seeing Patients:
Monday 8:30am-5:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am-5:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am-5:30pm
Thursday 8:15am-5pm
Friday 8:30am-5:30pm
Saturday/Sunday CLOSED
*Closed Noon-1pm for lunch
*Phones turn over at 5pm daily

Dr. Keith Landry

Dr. Landry is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Medicine (2001). He moved to Indiana to complete his family medicine training at Ball Memorial Hospital. In 2004, he joined Family Medicine of Cloverdale to bring his medical expertise closer to Cloverdale patients.

He is married to Jamey Landry, and they have three beautiful children. Dr. Landry and his wife are involved in multiple community projects. Dr. Landry enjoys playing golf, watching basketball games, and spending quality time with his family. As a family man, Dr. Landry knows how to connect with kids, as well as with adults and seniors, and provides them with excellent primary health care. With that, he has become one of the trusted family doctors in Putnam County.

Jessica Archer, PA

Jessica Archer graduated from Indiana State University in 2006 with a degree in Clinical Laboratory Sciences. She worked as a medical technologist for two years and then earned her master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Butler University in 2011. She is also board certified by the NCCPA.

Jessica has been practicing family medicine at Putnam County Hospital since 2011. She has experience working in emergency medicine, as well. She works at Family Medicine of Cloverdale, too, where she sees patients regularly.

Kelsey Futter, PA

Kelsey Futter is a board-certified physician assistant. She obtained her master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Butler University. She’s affiliated with Putnam County Hospital. In 2016, she joined Family Medicine of Cloverdale, where she now practices as a PA-C that specializes in family medicine.

Sara Taylor, PASara Taylor received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry at Gardner Webb University in North Carolina. She then attended Butler University where she earned a degree in Health Sciences. She continued her education at Butler University and obtained a master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies. She now works as a PA-C at Family Medicine of Cloverdale, a premier family medical center in Putnam County.