Your BPC Team of Medical Leaders

Practitioners Stephen Pilcher MD, Adam Houghton MD, Jordan Forney DO, Kim Bankston DNP, Betty Scanlon FNP, Katelynne Sitton FNP, Kaitlyn Duncan DNP, and Sue Keogh LCPC are proud to be your medical providers. BPC is available for acute visits, preventative care and the diagnosis and management of chronic diseases. BPC sees the whole spectrum of life: infants, children, adolescents, and adults.

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Kaitlyn Duncan, DNP

Family Nurse Practitioner
Doctor of Nursing Practice from Bradley University in 2021
Bradley University, Peoria, IL, BSN 2017

Kaitlyn is a native of Bloomington, IL. She began her career as a Family Nurse Practitioner in November 2021 caring for patients of all ages in a local primary care setting. She is thrilled to be returning to BPC as a full-time Nurse Practitioner. Kaitlyn enjoys spending time with her husband Austin and two dogs, reading, and watching TV. Her special interest areas include mental health, women’s health, pediatrics, and preventive medicine.

Katelynne Sitton, FNP

Family Nurse Practitioner
Illinois State University, Mennonite College of Nursing, 2019
Illinois State University, Mennonite College of Nursing, BSN 2015
Illinois State University, School of Theatre and Dance, BS in Dance Performance 2010

Katelynne was born and raised in Springfield, IL. She began her nursing career working in labor and delivery, and has most recently been working in pediatric primary care and college health in the Bloomington-Normal community. She originally started practicing at BPC in February of 2020 and is thrilled to join the practice as a full time Family Nurse Practitioner.

Katelynne enjoys spending time with her husband and two children. She spends her free time cooking and reading, and is a lover of music, theater, and dance. Her special interest areas include women’s health and pediatrics.

Jordan Forney, DO

Advocate BroMenn Family Medicine Residency Program, Normal, Illinois (2017-2020)
Co-Chief Resident (2019-2020)
Med School
Rocky Vista University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Parker, CO (2013-2017)
Saint Ambrose University, BS, Davenport, IA (2009-2013), Summa Cum Laude

Dr. Forney was born and raised on a small farm in nearby Brimfield, Illinois. He developed his interest in medicine as a volunteer on the local fire department. He enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, the great outdoors, and furnishing his home with his woodworking projects. Dr. Forney is excited to continue serving the community as he completed his family medicine training here in Bloomington-Normal.

Kim Bankston, DNP, Family Nurse Practitioner

Family Nurse Practitioner
Doctor of Nursing Practice from Illinois State University in 2016
Master of Science, Nursing, University of Illinois at Chicago 2000
Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, IL, BSN 1996
Community Preceptor for NP/PA Students

Ms. Bankston joined Bloomington Primary Care in April 2014, previously having worked as a Certified Nurse Practitioner in El Paso, IL at a Family Practice clinic from 2002 to 2014. She provides care for patients of all ages who need health maintenance exams, diagnosis and treatment of acute illness or injuries, and management of chronic health conditions. Kim met her husband Tony while attending Illinois Wesleyan University, calling Bloomington/Normal home. Though busy raising four daughters, Kim manages to squeeze in time for reading and physical activity, two things that she has always enjoyed.

Adam D Houghton MD FAAFP

Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program, South Bend, Indiana 2010-2013
Med School
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield, IL 2006-2010
Augustana College, BA 2006 Magna Cum Laude
Fellow - AAFP 2021
Medical Director - Central Illinois Friends
Medical Director, CI Pride Health Center (LGBTQ)
Chief Resident – Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program, 2012-2013

Dr. Houghton is a native of Havana, Illinois. You'll find Adam running the trails and frequenting local used book stores as he adds to his large collection of books. Adam enjoys family time with his wife and two children. His special interest areas include sports medicine, mental health, women’s health, and LGBTQ health.

Stephen C Pilcher MD FAAFP

University of Colorado at Rose, Denver, CO 1996-1999
Med School
University of Cincinnati, MD 1996
The Colorado College, BA 1992
2016 Family Physician of the Year, Illinois Academy of Family Physicians, Fellow - AAFP 2005

Chief Resident - University of Colorado at Rose Family Medicine, 1998-1999
President of Medical Staff, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 2014-2015

Dr. Pilcher relocated from the Colorado Rockies with his wife, Sarah, a Bloomington native. He joined Sugar Creek Medical Associates in Normal, Illinois, from 2004-2010. He embraces life to the fullest as father of three.

Dr. Stephen Pilcher received 2016 Illinois Academy of Family Physicians Family Physician of the Year

Betty Scanlon, Family Nurse Practitioner Boarded

Family Nurse Practitioner
Master of Science, Nursing, University of Illinois at Chicago 1999
College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph, MN, BSN 1991
Community Health Clinic, FNP 2001-2010
Community Perceptor for NP/PA Students

Ms. Scanlon joined Bloomington Primary Care September 2010 as CNP. In collaboration with Dr. Pilcher, she is responsible for obtaining histories, performing physical exams, diagnosing illnesses and prescribing meds & treatments, and providing procedures such as pelvic exams, simple incision and drainage of cysts and other medical procedures. Betty enjoys spending time with her husband and three teenagers, hiking with her sisters, and plays a mean keyboard.

Sue Keogh, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Masters in Counseling and Human Development, University of Iowa 1985
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, St Ambrose College 1983

Sue and her husband, Kelly, a teacher at Normal Community High School, have resided in the Bloomington/Normal area for nearly 30 years. They have two young adult daughters. Sue enjoys spending time with friends and family. One of her favorite aspects of the community is the Constitution Trail, where she walks and bikes regularly.