Schedule your free physician consult to see how CoolSculpting can help you slim down and refine your love handles, abdomen, and even your double chin.
CoolSclupting is a non-surgical, FDA-approved treatment that uses cooling technology to make stubborn fat melt away. The procedure actually reduces the number of fat cells in treated areas by 20 to 25 percent. There’s no surgery, no downtime and most patients see a noticeable reduction of fat after just one visit.
Space is limited. Reserve your free physician consult today by calling 763.684.3700 or registering online here.
SPECIAL EVENT PRICING: Get $75 off each CoolSculpting treatment purchased on August 15.
Join Vivian Rider, MD, pediatrician — and grandmother of an infant in potty training — as she discusses how to identify your baby’s body signals and nonverbal cues for elimination.
Where: Stellis Health-Albertville-St. Michael Clinic
When: Saturday, Sept. 23 at 10 a.m.
A Q&A and open discussion will follow the presentation. This is a free event but space is limited so please reserve your spot by calling 763.684.3600 today.
Infant potty training begins at a very early age, typically between birth and four months. Benefits include eliminating diaper rash and diaper-related infections, and reducing the use of disposable or cloth diapers. It’s also known as elimination communication because parents become sensitive to the nonverbal signs that their baby is on the verge of voiding.
Why potty train your infant?
It’s a natural process that promotes baby-parent bonding and brings you closer to your child. Observing your baby’s signals before voiding becomes part of your routine, just like signs that your baby is hungry or tired.
It’s the norm in much of the non-Western world where most infants are potty trained within six to 12 months.
How to potty train
- Observe what your baby does before voiding, e.g. squirm, make faces, breathing pattern changes.
- When you recognize your baby’s signal, hold them over a receptacle while they eliminate.
- Teach your baby to associate cues or specific sounds and gestures with elimination.
Stellis Health is committed to supporting nursing mothers and assuring they have the needed support and resources to continue providing breastmilk to their babies after they return to work from parental leave. “Healthy families are at the core of our mission and breastfeeding is vital to the health and development of children and families,” says Douglas Hanson, CEO of Stellis Health.
The Minnesota Deparment of Health (MDH) recognizes workplaces that have demonstrated their commitment to supporting breastfeeding mothers by creating a workplace lactation support program and Stellis Health-Monticello Clinic was recently designated as a Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace by MDH. Specifically, Stellis Health-Monticello Clinic provides support from supervisors and colleagues for breastfeeding women as well as:
- Time including leave after birth and flexible scheduling to accomodate lactation breaks during work time
- Education for mothers, fathers and supervisors about the benefits of breastfeeding
- A private place to express milk
To learn more about Stellis Health and current job offerings, go to stellishealth.com
About Stellis Health, PA
Stellis Health has been caring for community members in and around Wright County for over 65 years with locations in Buffalo, Monticello, and Albertville-St. Michael. Orignally named after the individual communities in which they were located, the organization was renamed Stellis Health in July 2016. Comprised of over 60 primary and specialty physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners, Stellis Health is an independent group practice continually growing, adding more doctors and expanded services including Urgent Care on evenings, weekends and holidays. To schedule an appointment at any Stellis Health location, call 763-684-3600. Learn more at stellishealth.com.
Calling all outdoor lovers!
Join us in a park near you
this summer! Come play,
sing, dance, create, and
listen to stories with the
We will be touring local
parks all summer long
bringing all the fun of ECFE
to you! Families who
attend will enjoy: art
projects, music and
interactive stories and
more. Plus, each family
will go home with a
10:00 – 11:30 AM
For children ages birth – 5 and their families!
Cost = FREE! But registration is required to ensure we have adequate supplies!
Families will be notified by email any changes to date/time of events due to inclement
weather, so be sure to provide an email address when registering.
- Lake Side Park — June 14th
- Highline Park — June 28th
- Lake Ridge Park — July 12
- Hudson Wood Park — July 26
- Bluff Park — Aug 9
- Wrights Crossing Park — Aug 23
The City of Big Lake is sponsoring ECFE in the Park, with support from the Big Lake Area
Early Childhood Coalition and the Big Lake Schools ECFE program. Come as many times
as you like! See you this summer!!
Due to issues with Sprint, some Sprint callers may not be able to use the phone menus on our telephone system. Until Sprint resolves this issue you can do a Carrier Reset on your phone by following the steps below so that you are able to navigate through the phone menus on our telephone system from your Sprint phone (The reset is very simple, and takes no more than a couple of minutes. It will not delete the data or pictures from your device, it will simply reprovision your network connection):
Did you know that our Monticello Clinic has a Little Free Library? Dr. Vivian Rider, a pediatrician at our Monticello and Albertville-St. Michael clinics created this library with the theme “Sail away with a book” to represent our beautiful lake country. She created the mosaic on top with hundreds of pieces of glass.
Our library is filled with donated children’s books. Kids can take home a book every time they visit the clinic. Families who have books they no longer need help keep the shelves filled.
This concept originated in Hudson, WI in 2009 and there are now over 50,000 Little Free Libraries in the US and more than 70 countries. And watch for two more coming soon, in our Buffalo and Albertville-St. Michael clinics.
For Android phones:
1. Connect your android phone to WIFI
2. From your android phone, dial ##72786#
3. Tap Dial, Send or Call.
1. Connect your iphone to WIFI
2. From your iphone, dial ##25327#
3. Tap the Call button
4. Tap OK
5. Wait for the update to complete
6. Tap OK once it’s finished
The Bush Foundation is proud to introduce Cory Martin, MD, Stellis Health, P. A. as one of twenty four recipients of the 2017 Bush Fellowship. Each Bush Fellow will receive up to $100,000 to pursue the education and experiences they believe will help make them more effective leaders.
“The 2017 Bush Fellows are extraordinary leaders who make significant contributions to their communities. The Bush Fellowship is both a recognition of their accomplishments, and a bet on their potential to make an even bigger impact on our region,” said Bush Foundation President Jennifer Ford Reedy.
The Fellowship is distinctive in its flexibility, allowing each Fellow to create a leadership development plan that is tailored to their needs and ambition. Fellows can use the funding to pursue advanced education, networking opportunities, and leadership resources, workshops and trainings.
The Foundation received nearly 650 applications for the 2017 Bush Fellowship. Applicants described their leadership vision and how a Bush Fellowship would both help them achieve their goals and make their community better. The 2017 Bush Fellows were selected through a multi stage process involving past Bush Fellows, Bush Foundation staff and community leaders from across the region.
More than 2,000 people have taken advantage of the Fellowship to become better leaders through a self-designed learning experience, academic program or travel and research across the country to build connections with thought leaders on topics critical to their community. The Bush Fellowship counts among its alumni celebrated Oglala Lakota painter and educator Arthur Douglas Amiotte, internationally-known artist Judith Onofrio, and f0rmer Minnesota Governor Arne Carlson.
The total cost of care at Stellis Health is 17 percent lower than the Minnesota state average, according to a new report by the Minnesota Community Measurement (MNCM) nonprofit. The report looks at clinic costs across Minnesota and assesses whether the increased costs are the result of clinics charging more or ordering more care like tests, follow-up visits, and prescriptions.