June 24, 2017

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Family Medicine Physician Dr. Dave Danielson: Why He Loves the Redwood Falls Community He Cares For

From delivering babies to raising his own children, Dr. David Danielson appreciates the sense of family that Redwood Falls has to offer. As a Family Medicine physician at ACMC, Dr. Danielson embraces the opportunity to make a difference in his community and an impact on the patients that he serves. “It has been a joy [More]

Third-Year Medical Student Gavin Maurer Experiences Life as a Small Town Physician

Third-year medical student Gavin Maurer pulls his ’78 Chevy pick-up up the driveway of his parent’s farm in Morgan, which is about 15 miles southeast of Redwood Falls. He’s just there for a visit, but he enjoys going back home again and wishes he had the time to jump back into the familiar routine of [More]

Nurse Practitioner Julie Kircher on Providing Prenatal Care to Redwood Falls and Beyond

As ACMC-Redwood Falls nurse practitioner Julie Kircher gears up for her day, she’s happy to see her first appointment is with one of her prenatal patients, a first-time mom in for her 12-week obstetrics visit.  She’ll meet with the mom-to-be for a complete physical and consultation and to answer any questions her patient may have. Working [More]

Back-to-School Eye Exams: Good Vision is Important for a Successful School Year

Summer is almost over and across the state back-to-school season is in full swing. There’s a lot to think about when you’re preparing to send your children back to school: school supplies, sleeping routines, one more summer getaway. But have you scheduled a vision exam? The American Optometric Association recommends this important checkup for every [More]

Dr. Joshua Friese: Back to His Roots: Rural Lifestyle in Redwood Falls

Dr. Joshua Friese was used to the small town life. He grew up on a farm in Russell, Minnesota: population 338. Then he went off to school first in the Twin Cities, then to medical school in Portsmouth, Dominica, at the Ross University School of Medicine, and finally residency at the University of Illinois College [More]

I Care for the Community that Cares for Me!

I guess when I look back you could probably ask my classmates and they would tell you that it was as early as sixth grade that I knew that I wanted to be a doctor. I grew up in rural Spicer, Minn., and I knew that this was the size of community I wanted to [More]

ACMC Offers Flexibility for my Medical Career and Family

I start my day at 5:30am with a cup of coffee relaxing, thinking about the events of the day while listening to the still of the house.  As the pitter patter of little feet come down the hall, the mom hat goes on as I help my boys Camden (7) and Kilen (5) get ready [More]

From Dreams to Reality During First Year of Medical School

“I was excited to learn that I was a recipient of the medical scholarship from Affiliated Community Health Foundation,” stated Jonna Maas, 1st year medical student.  “Medical school is a lot of things, but cheap isn’t one of them! Between tuition, lab fees, and textbooks charges add up quickly and this is only my first [More]

Medical School is the Right Path for Me

Luke Radel is currently in his first year of medical school at the University of Minnesota Medical School in Duluth.  He received a medical student scholarship in 2010 from Affiliated Community Health Foundation. “I first discovered my interest in medicine when I took a health class at Redwood Valley Middle School instructed by Mr. Dave [More]