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Archives for June 2011

This is Where I Belong: Multi-Specialty Experiences at ACMC

I’m currently starting my 4th year as a medical student and spent the last 9 months of my schooling at ACMC under the Rural Physician Associates Program (RPAP) that is organized through the University of Minnesota.  I’ve had previous experiences with ACMC with my brother being an RPAP student here last year, and I also [More]

Reducing Your Exposure to Radiation

Sixteen slices, sixty-four slices, what does all of that mean and does it increase the amount of radiation I am exposed to during a CT scan?  That’s a question I hear all of the time when it comes to the different types of CT scanners that are available at different medical facilities and what is [More]

Surgical Mission in Haiti a Memorable Experience

Imagine yourself in a third world country practicing medicine. The medical compound serves 30,000 or more people that depend on one medical staff person and traveling surgical teams to help people in need of care. In April 2011, Dr. Kevin Unger, a Urologist at ACMC in Willmar, gathered a team of local medical experts and [More]

Why Does My Child Keep Getting Ear Infections?

Why does my child keep getting ear infections?  I’m a parent too, so I feel your (and your children’s) pain! Here’s a simple analogy.  Let’s pretend the eardrum is the bottom of an open, empty bottle.  The space in the bottle is filled with nothing but air.  If infection begins to accumulate in the open [More]