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Archives for May 2015

Medical Students on What They’ve Learned on Rotation at ACMC

Medical students Allison Homstad and Libby Feist are finishing up their rotations at ACMC in Willmar before heading back to medical school to complete their fourth year of education. Both reflected on everything they’ve learned in their time working with the healthcare team at ACMC Allison Homstad, Des Moines University I’ve spent my third year [More]

Be Stroke Savvy: Recognizing the Signs of Stroke

It’s the third leading cause of death in the United States; in fact, every year approximately 600,000 of these are reported. It’s also a leading cause of long-term disability in adults. It’s stroke. And it’s something that ACMC-Litchfield internal medicine physician Dr. Dexter Casta sees far too often in his practice. Most commonly, a stroke [More]

Shannon Elton: Crossing the Boston Marathon off Her Bucket List

It’s the stuff dreams are made of—a runner’s dream at least. Imagine running through the streets of Boston as crowds cheer you on and after 26.2 miles you cross the finish line, victorious and proud. When ACMC ob/gyn nurse practitioner Shannon Elton first began running, she never dreamed she’d be one of the 27,165 runners [More]

A Day in the Life of Medical Student

Most people will never know what it’s like to be a medical student: the long hours of studying, learning from fellow students and doctors and the rewarding time spent on different rotations. But we’re giving you a peek at life as a medical student. Every year ACMC hosts a variety of students who spend time in our clinics [More]

A Day in the Clinic with ACMC-Litchfield Ob/Gyn Dr. Scott Schultz

Meet ACMC-Litchfield obstetrician/gynecologist Dr. Scott Schultz. Dr. Schultz’s days are always a little different, and that’s just one of the reasons he loves what he does. He let us spend a day with him to get an inside look at what a day in clinic as an obstetrician/gynecologist in Litchfield is like. Scroll through the photos for a [More]