August 23, 2017

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Willmar Medical Students Continue Efforts to Address Community Health Needs

Many medical students leave lasting impressions on ACMC. This impact is often seen through the projects they complete during their time in the community and at the clinic. Each student is required to chooses an area of interest and develop a program that helps alleviate an issue affecting the community’s health. When a former medical [More]

Breaking Barriers: Medical Student Brings Fitness to Somali Women

In an empty classroom at a repurposed elementary school building in Willmar, Minnesota, third-year medical student, Robin Sautter, created a place where Somali women could exercise in a setting that met their cultural and physical activity needs. In the transition from their home country, Somali refugee women often had to alter their active lifestyles when entering a westernized [More]

Drs. Michael and Noelle Lee: Love Thy Neighborhood

When Drs. Michael and Noelle Lee moved from Pennsylvania to Minneapolis three years ago for Michael’s hand surgery fellowship, they moved into a 550-squarefoot apartment, where many of their neighbors were Somali immigrants. “I was home alone with a baby,” says Dr. Noelle Lee, a family physician, “and so were a lot of our neighbors, [More]