Our practice was opened in August of 1988 by  Doctor Daniel Hardie, M.D. and his wife Alice McMahon, PA-.  They were joined one year later by friend and colleague Mark Stevens, M.D., in 2014 by Erika Kielhorn, FNP-C, by Spring Madosh, M.D., in 2017 and by Rebecca (“Annie”) Reinertsen, M.D., in 2021 following Dr. Hardie's retirement.

We build a collaborative relationship with our patients, encouraging open two-way communication.  Our practice strives to be proactive in your healthcare. We advise our patients to be seen yearly so we can provide honest, up-to-date advice on how to maintain good health.

South Shore Family Practice and Singletrack Health share call on nights and weekends and will follow you if a hospital admission occurs. We offer continued care at home for debilitated patients, assistance with home health & hospice, and local nursing home visits.

We can assure you that our staff does not release any information without authorized consent.

Thank you for placing your trust and support of the South Shore Family Practice for your healthcare needs.


R. Annie Reinertsen, MD

Dr. Reinertsen is from Kalamazoo, Michigan. She did her undergrad at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. She attended Medical school at Wayne State University and did her residency at UPHS Marquette. Her hobbies include anything outdoors, hiking, running, sailing and skiing. She also loves to bake, dabbles in watercolor and is learning piano. However, her favorite by far is spending time with family. Her favorite food is pasta. What she loves about the UP is the endless beauty and wilderness right outside our front door.

Mark Stevens, MD

Dr. Stevens is from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. He did his undergrad at University of Notre Dame in Indiana. He attended medical school at Georgetown University and did his residency at Marquette General Hospital. His hobbies include running, cross country skiing, hiking and mountain biking. Some of his favorite sports are basketball, football and baseball . What he loves about the UP is the wilderness.

Spring Madosh, MD

Dr. Madosh is from Lancaster, Wisconsin. She did her undergrad at Wheaton College in Illinois. She attended medical school at Michigan State University and did her residency at Marquette General Hospital. Her hobbies include running, oboe/singing, travel, church and family activities. Some of her favorite foods are fresh garden peas and Door County cherries. What she loves about the U.P. is the sauna culture and picking rocks on the lakeshore.

Amelia Sramek, DO

Dr. Sramek earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and her medical degree from the Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2011. She subsequently completed a family medicine internship and residency with Puget Sound Family Medicine Residency at Naval Hospital Bremerton in Bremerton, WA. Dr. Sramek is board-certified in Family Medicine by the American Board of Family Physicians.

She served as an active duty physician in the United States Navy for 11 years and returned home to the U.P. in March, 2020. As a family physician she strives to form relationships with her patients and works to form a partnership to treat and prevent disease. Outside of medicine she enjoys spending time outside with her husband, Weston, and two sons, Wilson and Maxwell.

Lize Loubser, MD

Dr. Louber is from Pretoria, South Africa. She did her undergrad at Hope College in Holland Michigan. She attended medical school at Wayne State University and did her residency at Ascension Via Christi in Kansas.

Originally from South Africa she was born in Cape Town and spent most of her childhood in Pretoria South Africa with her parents and siblings. As a child she remembers enjoying family trips to the ocean, camping in the Drakensburg mountains, doing ballet and playing field hockey. In 2007 due to a change in her father’s job they moved to Michigan.

Amidst the culture shock of starting high school in a new country, she became interested in the science side of medicine in her 9th grade health class. In her first year of college she realized the relational aspect of being a physician was important to her.

Her hobbies include dancing, rock climbing, gardening, cycling, swimming in the ocean, backpacking, ultimate Frisbee and anything outdoors.