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Ashley Jaspers, nurse practitioner, sees patients of all ages.
Jeffery Wheeler, M.D., returns to his family medicine practice on July 10.
The June 1 hospice fundraiser raised more than $14,000 to help provide hospice services, programs and bereavement support to patients and their families in the Waseca area.
Sarah Moyle, physician assistant, Ear, Nose and Throat, will begin providing outreach services in St. James on June 22.
Mayo Clinic Health System in Albert Lea and Austin works to strengthen system of care for the future
Both campuses to continue as top-tier medical centers; most inpatient services will be consolidated on the Austin campus.
The Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award recognizes the hospital’s quality stroke care.
Scholarships were given to graduating high school seniors interested in pursuing an education in health care.
Over the past three years, Mayo Clinic Health System in northwest Wisconsin has awarded $583,000 in grant money to nonprofits in northwest Wisconsin to help improve the health of communities in the re...
Graduating seniors from area high schools recently received $500 scholarships from Mayo Clinic Health System in northwest Wisconsin to pursue health care-related careers
“Melanoma. That really got my attention.” That is how Mark Schoonover, 63, of Weyerhaeuser, Wisconsin, describes the moment he learned he had skin cancer in August 2015.
Kim De Paulo, C.N.P., is excited use her skills and experience to provide optimal care to the communities.
All money raised at this event goes toward the Garth Barker Memorial Scholarship Fund, which assists students pursuing careers in chemical dependency counseling.