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Family Man and Hospitalist Dr. Michael May

“Growing up I was good at science and math, and I really liked those subjects,” said ACMC hospitalist Dr. Michael May. “When I combined that with my desire to serve people, the medical field was really appealing to me. What wasn’t quite so appealing were the years of education and training.” After finishing medical school [More]

From the Navy to Medicine, Dr. Mark Eakes Pursuing His Dream in Granite Falls

After more than 20 years in the Navy, family medicine physician Dr. Mark Eakes finally has the opportunity to pursue his dream of being a doctor. “I went into the Navy in 1982 and met my wife Debbie after moving to San Diego to begin my Naval career. Over eight years, we had five coast-to-coast [More]

How to Recognize and Respond to Suicide Warning Signs

What if I told you one death could be prevented every 40 seconds. Now what if I told you every year more than 800,000 people take their own life. Suicide is the second leading cause of those 15 to 29 years old and the fifth leading cause of death among those 30 to 49 years [More]

Radiation Oncologist Dr. Tod Speer Getting Back to Patient Care at the Willmar Regional Cancer Center

The Willmar Regional Cancer Center’s (WRCC) newest radiation oncologist Dr. Tod Speer is used to Midwestern living. He grew up near Chicago and most recently lived in Madison, Wis., where he worked at the University School of Medicine as a clinical assistant professor in human oncology.  Though he enjoyed his job, he decided he wanted [More]