November 25, 2017

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Dr. Ewa Wysokinska, A Twist of Fate: From Poland to Minnesota and Back Again

Dr. Ewa Wysokinska is a new hematologist/oncologist at the Willmar Regional Cancer Center. Though she’s no stranger to Minnesota, Dr. Wysokinska has spent most of her life in Poland. She grew up in a small town named Siechnice, about five miles outside of Wroclaw, Poland.  Poland is home to beautiful countryside with bubbling rivers and lush forests—perfect for [More]

A Medical Student’s Privilege to Serve Patients

Growing up Ingrid Anderson always knew she wanted to work in a field that allowed her to serve others especially those in under served areas.  Her parents instilled that desire in her, leading by example.  When it came time for Ingrid to go to college and pick a major, she felt drawn to the medical [More]

What is Swimmers Ear?

Minnesota is the land of 10,000 lakes and a countless number of swimming pools. During the summer, most children spend a large part of their day soaking up the sun (safely with sunscreen of course) at a nearby pool or swimming beach. It’s all fun until the ear pain starts; that ear pain can be [More]

Small Town Medicine Gives Big Rewards

Small town gives big rewards to Dr. Arthur Rillo who is a family medicine physician at ACMC-Granite Falls.  Dr. Rillo has been with ACMC since 1997 and finds comfort in being a part of a smaller community where he treats generations of family members from birth to the elderly. Seeking a new direction I came [More]