September 23, 2017

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ACMC Medical Student Takes a Walk Down the Aisle: Planning a Wedding While Going to Medical School

Going to medical school and training to become a doctor is a time-consuming endeavor. Throw a wedding into the mix, and life gets even busier. At least for ACMC medical student Noah Retka. Noah is a third-year RPAP (Rural Physician Associate Program) student. Growing up in LeSueur, Minn., Noah hadn’t planned on becoming a family [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]

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]

RPAP – the Cornerstone of My Medical Training

I couldn’t have been more pleasantly surprised when I opened up the envelope in the mail this past summer to find out that I had been chosen to be the Rural Physicians Associate Program (RPAP) Student of the Year!  It’s really a tribute to my colleagues Dr. Richard Wehseler, my primary preceptor, and Gina Hatlestad [More]

My Roots and My Passion Have Always Been with Rural Medicine

A native of Litchfield, MN, Dr. Ronald Holmgren’s first experiences with Willmar Clinic (now known as ACMC) were as a third year medical student participating in the Rural Physicians Associate Program (RPAP).  In 1977, Dr. Holmgren returned to Willmar to start his practice and today is currently the President and CEO of Affiliated Community Medical [More]

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]